The Tropical sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00568
 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: June 15, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00568
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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: PURELY PERSONAL Hon. William____A. Bours.' .. LIVELY LOCAL LINJ S.$5 THE, .COUNTY TIDINGS An Impressive.. Service. HERE AND THERE. j! '

,.. The State of Florida has not a more -_ --- .__?. Sunday night the members of EveningStar n. i

People u They Come and Go-People earnest, zealous and capable school What the Sun's Men Heard in The A, Budget of Interesting Items From Lodge No. 46, Knights of Pythias, Scraps of News About Thus and That I
officer than Mr. W A. Bourn, Chairmanof with visiting brothers present met at I
You May or May Not Know. Lively Local Whirligig. Regular Correspondents. and Different Thing
the Duval County Board of Public their Castle Hall at seven o'clock p. m., 1 j
-.*.- Instruction. To his untiring energy, -t .5. t and at 7:30 o'clock marched in a bodyto $5.-5- .

A ..laIIa' of Fanonal Hemi-Vliitori in i watchfulness and bu>iness ability is due A Mirror of .Minor Happenings, Acci Very Carefully Compiled and Confined to that the Congregational Church, where Wows; NousEverybody and I..... air Utmst U j

U* City, and Cltlieni Visiting the fact that Duval County has perhapsthe dents. Coming Events and a Vblcb U of Most Interest to the seats had been reserved for them, to I. Central sad bblay. j

Oat of the City. best managed and most effective Galaxy: of Current Gossip. Citizens of Dade County hear a sermon on "Practical Christian. la rartleolar. ii'

-.e.- public school si stem in the State. Good -..- ,.' ity" by Dr. S. D. Paine, and a memorial ...

kb Thoa. Snell and wife, of Eau Gallie, salaries, lung terms, prompt payment of i The Ladies Guild of the Episcopal UASGOXIA MCTTER1XGS. tribute to the memory of their lately departed W. T. Rice of
Boyntua's colored
are among thia week's arrivals in town. teachers, and a corps of teachers second Church met last Friday at the.homeof brother. track
to none in the State, are some of the Mrs. W. BelL The None Such left for Boynton The church had been appropriately farmers left for Neptune this ,
S P. W McCard and Dr. W Broadwell week where he has a homestead claiua.
decorated for tbe occasion. The
Wednesday. pulpit
results of his long bears of service as a
Miss N. S. Hunt of Neptune, has
I' of visitors in town Tuesday -
Neptune, were of School and alter were covered with roses and Will Whidden bought W. .
member the County Board. been shipping quantities of honey to J. _M. Rowley left for Boynton last f P. Ana.I

J Mr. Boors, as much as any other single Eastern markets. Saturday and returned Wednesday. lillies, while masses of flowers and ferns I strong I".. crup pineapples U the ,!

i W.IL Cox of Boynton, has been in individual, perhaps, bas contributed to Wi.Uie'pale, with his mule and wagon, were artistically arranged on tables and field, and yesterday and the day beror

Iowa this week, attending the Masonic the growth of Jacksonville. Liberal Rev J.T.Thomas,of Delray,preached has been doing some hauling in town i stands extending clear across the front he picked packed and shipped then to

r., convention. ____ broad minded and energetic, he is found I Sunday morning and evening at the I: the )past week. of the church and almost hiding the New York. _
M. E. Church of this town.
prominently associated withlalmost every choir rail. Massive cocoanut fronds!
The Wyahoga and Idler are ready to The Literary and Social Club will girta f
W. L. Wtdmeyer down from Nep- ; ,
was adorned the walls
enterprise looking to the material as reaching entirely
Indians still about town these days
f are reception to the
be hauled and in a hra-
':. tone Sunday to attend the K. of P. me.auarial well as the social and moral prosperityof peddling hucklebemes that they say out put Summer quarters around the room, while suspended from ited number of invited J
the off the goesta at the
t as soon as lighter comes
the He is self-made the ceiling in graceful folds were the i
i city. a man. abound in the pine woods this year. home of Mrs. Dr. N. Buraham next
;- colors of the order enclosing in the centre I
Born in ,
Jacksonville February 3,1852,
;, Dale and Chas. Miller were up Tuesday night from 8 to to o'clock. +
headed :
Mayor a subscription I
Whilldjj McFarlane left last Monday
he leceived a limited education in the Mrs.las. of the symbolic triangle a handsome ----
front Miami yesterday on a flying visit list with fs To-fin-chase a flag for week for North Carolina to spend the "It's all with u now he remarked
to their psreata.Ikputy8herif. city schools and at the age of eighteenhe flag of the National colors. Over tbe op f

1- accepted a position as a clerk. After the lofty pole that adorns the town park. summer, where her husband will join chancel was displayed the tri-colored as be raised.. the umbrella.! "No)," 1

M. R. Johns was down four years of service in this capacity, "e T. J. Grier is engaged in moving the tier later. I shield of the Order with its initial emblems she replica, "you mean that ia aH over !

l from the St. Lucie River district Monday was appointed bookkeeper for Alsop cottage of H. B. Saunders further back Captain Ross and Mate Gray sailed all surmounting another National between us." And if it was not U igV i

t oa official business. Clark, which position he held for six on his lot Other improvements will Tuesday with the "Mary B." for Jack flag indicative of the loyalty and patri ter that :shook the ribs of the ami r.lIa it j

years, resigning to take the potion; of follow. sonville after a load of freight add expect otism that the Knights of Pythias claim must have been the wind. i'
Mrs. E. B. King and Mrs. Fred J,
Magi, of Jupiter, have gone to New bookkeeper and manger for the grain J. E. Ingraham of the Land Department to be back in a couple of weeks. the to be Order.pre-eminent. and basic features of ,I Children's ,was observed by the

York oa a summer's outing trip. establishment of CoL John E. Hart. In of the F. E. C. Ry., was in town ..'. The 'Practical Christian Congregational Sunday School last! Sob*

f 1885 Col.Hart. retiring from the business, Tuesday night returning to St. Augustine BOYNTON BREEZES. I sermon on bath. A song service; net recitationsand
W. F, Armstrong Sr. and W. F. A. Jr. ity." as delivered by Dr. Paine, was a
13 Mr. Bours purchased the stock. Start Wednesday morning. .. dialogues by the httle folks were the

7 left yesterday morning for Macclenny! ing with, a small capital, but with a Frank Hatch is beyond consolementHis most effective, logical convincing discourse features of the program. Beautiful! ii t t
James Holley and a couple of assistant and with that earnest4ie.s
where they will make their home. strong determination to succeed Mr. friends are keeping close watch on was given flowers and palms adorned the walls
mechanics this week from of the
are expected man.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Maltby returned Bouia bas overcome every obstacle in him that. be does not try the canal racket. and added to the prof ysdon of color that I
Orlando to assist in Whilldin'sextensivebaildjng of and
Mayor \ Narrowness: thought bigotry of
"'"-'' Saturday" their ,tripto..Kansas,1 hispathwayJ.1C 6uccttssjand:today the ',Cl\arli\ 5 fierce ,and Frank Rowley are bad abounded. The service was a most tar
Boors CoT: b"known'asone operations. creed no place in his presentation
firm of W.A. &
and other Northern States.H. teresting and
hard entertaining
; I Mobjgaa working at odd times these days are ooe.
of what "conceded to-tw-tesi&tiala of
of the business houses of .
I Hammerman started Nonh Tuesday leading R. M. W Hill, of Neptune sent into and niglts to "get np a lip" for the true Christianity. "How dartooar heart U the od! tfl vef-
5 the State. In educational
i morning to visit various Eastern religious, town the largest watermelon THE SUN part they are to take in the Lake Worth When the speaker reached that pointof dollar, when some bAd subscriber presents .
social and business circles there is not
And Northern cites on bis vacation trip. a man has heard of this year. It weighed Band concerts on July the Fourth. his address refering to Pythianism it to vie*: the Liberty bead without i
more popular man in Jacksonville; Asa
72 pounds. Can anyone show up a Dr. J. A. McLeay got up a party who and the memorial feature of the occasion necktie or collar, and all\ the strange
The fee cream parlors of Miss May proof of the confidence his fellow citizens larger one 1Postmaster
I had quite an experience last week in his tribute to' the memory of Past Chancellor things which to as seem so new ; Ute i
Mttcalf, to Tea TROPICAL SUN building repose in him, he has served the
J. C. Stowers is getting delving into the Indian mounds of this J. A. Pugh, who had been one of wide-spreading eagle, the arrows below

art well patronized afternoon and city as Alderman ; for a number of h..II'1.h.u...... .... ...a fi..T.f\iiMrl........ .t/\.,..* fita..... lirtfA..o.e. .".v..... _region_ '._ The first on\ they opened _was___ .klic,,_ mos t cuiuuaioauu_"''' ; ".;'', 'AUJTBI_ftl auu A" ft aiuc 1. ;11., .iuc,,_ stars _man_.I the words with US !' ,..
evening. was Governor of Jacksonville
<______ years Board of Trade for eight he has tension. The enlargement is to be of about eight miles west of Boynton, workers in Evening Star Lodge was strange things they tell i the Coin of our
; years
D. M. Baker, wife and child were I been a member, and*for six years President brick veneer, the dining room to be towards the 'glades. Here they found I touching and affecting to his colaborersin fathers we're glad that we know It, far

among the Sunday night arrivals. They of the Board of Public Instruction. much enlarged and two of the largestbed human bones, pieces of pottery etc., the Pythian cause His reference to some time other 'twill come ia right

will be pelts of their relatives here forA Mr. Bours is also President of the rooms to be thrown into the office as they also did in the next one they the vacant chair, which appropriately .i well ; the spread agle dollar, the star

few weeks.M. Southern Fuel and Supply Company parlor. examined, which was about a mile above draped in memory of the departed spangled dollar, the old silver dollar we

Secretary ot the Jacksonville Loan and The District Convention of the Four, Boyntop. Next they loaded a wagon Brother, was so heartfelt sympathetic all love so welL"-Exchange. I
P. Cain and wife, of Juno, were in with etc., and wentto and withal so hopeful that the heart of
teenth District F. & A. M concludedits camp equipments,
Monday. Mr. Cain is the faithful Improvement Co., and one of the Directors hearer was touched. It may interest The Guide's readers to
tows I three days' session last night. The Boca Ratone, where they tackled the every
of the National Bank Jacksonville. know that at Boca Ratone
Mr.T. M.
and efficient jailor who guards the board but The references made by Dr. Paine to
He is beloved the teachers of occasion was really a school of instruction immense mound there soon con Richards of
greatly by noble done societies formerly Candler. Florida,
era at the County hotel. the work by secret ,f
cluded it tackle with
conducted District was too large to
by Deputy C. H.
the and whose interess he an old and
city county, generally, and by the Knights Pythias experienced orange grower t,
Attorney W. I. Metcalf returned Stewart who exemplified the secret the limited time at their disposal so
looks after as carefully as he does that in particular placed the Order in a different has now under contract tyt: acres of
'. Monday evening from a few days' ab. work of the first second and third de that was reserved for future examination -
of the schools. The children of the: city light before the public than is the spruce pine land which he is clu.lll
etace on legal business before Judge fond grees. These degrees were conferred l ,. The Messrs. Chas. W. Pierce '
schools are especially of him. Mr. custom with some ministers who refuse and planting In citrus fruit trees IW a
Minor Jones at Titnsville.W Boars naturally holds a high position in upon L. W. Butkhardt, a real- live sub Wra. Smith J. E. Chambers, Frank : number of well known
the moral of
force "Prac among
_. to
t au. 1)n'Aft d '''A F k 'D.n".... d
tor the afternoon an luc tin "" trompns e
jeer occasion. morning, "V'.J
R. Cox, of Boynton, has been social circles where he is greatly beloved tical Christianity" as exercised daily by them being Mr. Frank Lewis, of Phil
the Dr. in his
for his good qualities. He has a lovely and night sessions were held each party assisting McLeay adelphia Mr. Ceo. H.
Spending some time with us this week the members of this great Brotherhood.The Long, nephew

attending the Masonic meeting. He and interesting family consisting of his day. About thirty-five was the average
left for Ft. Wayne Ind., today. i wife one daughter, a lovely young lady, attendance at these sessions. A Most Persuasive Orator. part occupied by the National flag in Francis Jr., of Boston Mas*., and Inter

and two bright manly boys, one soon The editor sat in his office cold,whence all the demonstrations, private and lachan, Fla. These troves will be set I
Neal of Melbourne
Mr. and Mrs. H. ,
to graduate from Lehigh University and all but him had fled, and wishing that "One of the leaning newspapers of public of this Order, was nicely touched out with grape fruit, oranges, lemons
located MrWe11lDp.
arrivals and
are ores are the other in the senior class of the Duval
last deadbeat'was in his Canada does and declares it and limes, budded on the Florida rough
.'. cottage near the railroad. High School.Florida School Exponent. every grave not cannot upon by the speaker in his relation of
stone dead. His mind then wanderedfar agree with Bryan's financial views, but the prompt proffer to the President of lemon. Among other groves being
i is
Mr. Neal at present working on
Poinciana. Lake Worth Literary and Social Club. away to the time when he should; die, says he is the most plausible and per- the United States, by Major General planted is fifty acres by Mr. Henry U.

Royal .. and his royal editorial soul go scooting suasive orator now on God's green foot. Carnhan: commanding the Uniform Flagler. who is satified that this soil and

Messrs. C. H. Stewart District Pep THURSDAY, NUB 1899. through the sky ; when he'd roam the stool and that there is but one American Rank Knights of Pythias of 53,000 climate will produce as fine fruit as thatin

.ty Grand Master F. & A. M., and Dr Roll Call.Quotations. streets of paradise and sail o'er jasper citizen that can compare with the distinguished thoroughly equipped men, well drilled any other part of the State of Florida.

Peck, both of Melbourne, have been from Whittier.Emerson's seas and all things glorious combine democratic leader in the pointof in the latest United States military Another piece of information that maybe ,

attending a Lodge of Instruction here Essay on Rrpresentative his every sense to please. He thoughthow intellectuality, and that one man is tactics, ready to give their services or of some interest is that Mr. Joseph I

several days this week. Men-Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Sackett he'd look across the great gulf none other than Thomas Brackett Reed. their lives to the cause of their country Jefferson, the famous actor his par I

Ceo. S. Adamleft Monday night for Poem on Nature-Mrs. Sanders. dark and drear, that yawned between This is not an ordinary compliment to in the late Spanish-American war, everyone chased twenty acres of land at Cutler, tf

Lemon City where be installed the Poems on Snow-Whittier, Miss Anthony his happy soul and those that swindle pay the brilliant Nebraskan, for Tom of the half million members of the Florida oo Bay Biscayne, oa which h. I eo

oncers of Biscayne Tent No. 4. K. 0 ; Longfellow\ Miss Moses ; Bryant here; and when for water they should Reed is an intellectual genius, and thereis Ou'.er in America being pledged to loyally intends to make a winter home and aa i

T. 11., Tuesday night ,He is expected Miss Willson ; Emerson, Miss call and in agony they'd caper, he'd not a shadow of doubt about it. For to the government under any and orange grove.N. V. Fruitntan'sGuide. j

I shout to them moisten quite awhile Bryan was regarded as all circumstances.
home tomorrow morning. Thomason ; Lowell Miss Moffatt. : "Just your -. ._n__ .L_ :__ E: h L P___._ _
, Knickerbocker History-Mrs. Moses I tongue with the Mae that on your rather a specialist and that his power as In every senseIlC memorial service; pwort eaLue. .u -.1J.

. Mrs. G. W. Herndon shipped her Current Events. paper"Exchange. an orator and his depth and broadnessas of the Knights of Pjthias was of great -

household furniture and left interest and import. The attendance of SCSD.jtitt IS-3 p. U.
Tuesday a statesman could be sounded on the
, Tuesday night for Miami where she Good Wanted. Running a newspai er is just like run questions of finance and tariff; but he Knights was beyond expectation, over Subject, "Intemperate Pltajores"-
ning a hotel, only it different Whena
will join her husband who is folding -, has written upon and orally discussed fifty being present; the music was appropriate II Timothy, iii, 1-7.

J down the Western Union Telegraph There is work in this town for ten or man gets into a hotel thaf and finds something tbe issues of expansion imperialism and I and well rendered while tbe Leader-Mrs. Gen. S. Adam,.

office at that place. a dozen good carpenters. By this is on the table he doesn't like I militarism with the same grace; fluency sermon and address was an effort well Opening Sung, No. yi..
he doesn't kick all the fat in the fire and !
meant first-class mechanics-not "woot1- familarity, lucidity profundity and unanswerable I worthy the able and eloquent speaker l'raer.
Cullen Pence, one of Boynton's most butchers." Mayor VYhilldin can furnish tell th; landlord to "stop the hotel" I logic as characterized his an ; befitting the occasion and the cause. Song N?. 181.

anccessfal tillers of tomato farms was says an exchange. Well hardly.I He The Knights feel sincerely grateful to Bible: RuliD"ts-lItDt
steady work for months to six or eight discussions of and taxation. And
money for his words of comfort
; Doctor Paine :
Saturday exchanging greetings : just pushes that dish aside and wades i
i. town i such men while other people have work the intelligent men of the world have : encouragement and God-speed. Realiugand position of U IIOtI-
his friends. Mr. Pence will into some other brand of eatables. But
i with Lea ier.
,JI many waiting tor the same kind. come to the candid opinion that he justly -e..
leave In a few days for his former home it is different with some newspaper readers No.
:; .- ranks with the best statesman of the Lawn Social Next .Monday. SoLg 137.
tooth Whitley, Ind., where he will They find an item they do not like I
at Rev. S. D. Paine pastor of the Con time. No profounder man lives than Remarks on Subject-Meiatjers and
the Summer, returning to Boyi and without stopping to think that it may
spend Guild of the Episcopal Visitors
The Ladies'
will "The
gregational Church preach on he. It seems to be positively true that
j toe about November isL please a whole lot of other people they Church will serve ice cream, sherbet, Prayer.
Dignity of Labor" Sunday night at 7:30. 1 Mr. Bryan can with all ease and great
" invited. make a _grandstand play_ and stop their _. i 1..0 lemon due_ aim__.1 u"ftLft...'" uu" tha orem Aw.I i sex &1\8."....-..........._.s..I..n'..h,my an d ti. Ilso_.
cordially of the
Mrs. Partnenla F. Dimick, mother of All working men are u power and learning discuss any
paper. The paper doesn't stop but the West Palm: Beach Drug Readiog- >s A a IT'S Glens.
Dimick, and Mr. and Mrs. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m., led by public questions. He has no superior Opposite
that particular gentleman's fails
copy to i No.
Store ext :Monday night. Song 144
Frank Idner. Subject and few indeed." !
T. T. Reese left yesterday for po nts Mr. "htcmper'l reach him next week and he is sure to equals I for the benefit of Annoi'na meets. I
The proceeds are
II Timothy, 5s I
Mrs. Dimick goes to her old ate Pleasures I '
sneak around and borrow
North his 'I
Guild fund. The Lake XI .
the Mission Closing Sing, ) 174.
borne in Michigan. Mr Reese accom- Mrs. F. 0. Williams returned Sunday "just to see if the paper is still I Monday was a clerical day in town. Worth Band will give an open air con- League Benediction.

yaying her there. Mrs. Reese and son from a several weeks': visit with published" know. The still In addition to the local clergy THI SUN
you press cert to assist the ladies on that occasion. Come out and be with us. We will
go to Mr., Reese's former home in Ten. friends at Eden and at points in Georgia. grinds however, and new subscriptionsline i i i man noticed the Revs. J. T. Thomas, of liberal and do goal
to a
hope patronageas try you
to which place Mr. Reese will up in the place of the dyspeptic who I| Pelray ; Dr. W. W. Faris and C. F. They J
aessee, and wife well as furnish an enjoyable eveningto Preaching services at U a. m. and .
Frank Cortwright came up
when they wiu spend the Sum- stopped his source of information because j Blackburn, of Miami and Father Tb.
fetus per there., from Little River Monday. a small part of it" didn't suit him. DeBnrne.. to who come. 7:30 p. ni. ,


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>THE Tfi6piClt stile WESf HIM Bfcadf, ftOftlDA tfitmSDAt. Jt1 t:15. 1899,
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bow, then spurred to the slrt*'of tnt I
buggy, crying out: "Halt! You're mj 'THE BALTIMORI TAUnR
prisonerl Hold up :your bandar:*

."Who is your prisoner. Explain ABE SAFRANEK k SON,
yourself, Mr. Sheriff Brother Amot 1
said with dignity. "You caa scarcely MANAGERS OP Does Your Stationery '
mean me-It is still more impossible C +
yon can mean my friend Bradley, wht The Three Friends 4 ,
la a philanthropic man'of means tray

elling with" me'to: learn the needs of .. Tailoring Company.SUITS Suit You ?.... I
rf.It6 rtb my work. II
"Didn't he stay aU night at the
s A TIGER TALE. Franklin house in Clearview, and leave m nm mi TO ORDER I
there at daylight this morning the I
Next his is
to wearing apparel there nothing f;
sheriff demanded.
There was an ancient Grecian boy ( DotLCl man

Who played upon the fiddle, stayed there, too-a traveling man Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingA a really neat man is eo particular about at
r t Sometimes high, sometimes low, with a packet of unset diamonds worth
Sometimes In the middle $.',000. He had them last nhttheman ; Specialty. the quality and appearance of his Stationery. At.'\...,
And all day long beneath the shade you call Bradley knew he had
=' He them, because be looked at some of FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED.
munched on prunes and marmalade And in very truth it does proclaim his bus
them, and of This
even spoke buying.
But.what the tunes were which' he was at 1 o'c1ock-et, 8 the diamondswere WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. mess as a neat fitting and stylish suit of There is no argument
a playedIs missed. So was Bradl-y Thenit -
'. ; certainly a riddle. came out that he had been seen clothes the
proclaims man. tfcaa14HO
in (aver of paying mare
\ leaving so early."I .
:: I:.: Three tigers and see! A strong case of circumstantial G.WJDNEReat lot an* make ef *te*!
gaunt ,
, ravenous : '.
l' ,
Came from the gloomy wood evidence," the man call.1 Bradley I ia tit worCwhea that is tba I
.;' ,,; Intent to slay the fiddler bold, said calmly, stepping from the buggy. It will if i it' is price d popular ,bleach which ;
. i!" Bat his music was too good. "Mr. Sheriff, I do not blame you In the & SeN.. bYe beta leaden for w Busy
l :: So round about him once they filed least Now In justice, Ik: to be furnished you by
; Till, by the melody beguiled.; I searched at once. I am a tota' stran ; years and are leaden sOn taBICYCLES
''.' They nat them softly down and smiledAs I ger. It had been arranged by letter Jewelers and Opticians
could. that Brother Amos should call for me
only tigers
;: at daylight He met me at the steps the right kind of a house present a nice appearance .' I .

.,.' And thus of the Franklin house unle I am ,I
beguiled, those tigers smiled Watches, Clocks, ,Jewelry
and make which
a good impression,
< Throughout! the livelong day mistaken, anybody will accept his
Musical Goods, Strings, etc.
t'ntll at length there left word for truth. We ban t en together
,) : Another tune to play.was not ever since. Ask him please It would not be the ease if you used shoddy

>o' e e e I have parted with thrown away or Ink Blank Books
;-' What happened then I do not know- In any way disposed of anything." Stationery, paper that was poorly printed. "pioneer, ao year old wheel*"
I "He certainly has not." Brother Am {
wan not there to
,seeBut 3
'I' when a man runs short of tunes os said. "Mr. Sherlll'ltlWI'bsnk NEWS DEPOT Now while speaking of houses that are

EI:: Can.tlgers lx appeased with prunes you, Bradley Interrupted. DAILY PAPERS, Price $40Twenty
t* Or marmalade and silver spoons "Now. if I took the diamonds, carried "right., we must not fail to mentionTropical
;: That's what perplexes me. them off and have not pa'ttd with
them. Imust have them still. Gentlemen Fine Watch 1 Jewelry Repairing yean1 esperieace Us
I Implore you to look tor them.It .
p t BILLY'S' ADVEXTUHE seems to me I can hardly breathe IX ALL BUNCHES The taught RAMBUU oaken bow to f
until the charge Is refuted." build the best vbcek ca earth ;

Fifteen minutes later the sheriff was Stile Bloc k' Witt...... Palm P.ni.....>.h.. rhea_..... ttu ,,1__*_ she. ad
BY MARTHA If. WILLIAMS. Raying humbly, "Beg your pardon, Mr. they we did ]Just UaU4XD
i It there was anything under the sun Bradley-as you say you couldn't a- -
c k ,Billy hated It was hauling water. Not swallowed them stones-there were too c.t.L U* LLWSLUJ.a ,
that the work Itself was hard or in many, even It you'd been an ostrich. Clematis AvenueSupply !ad ,.,. grk. a .
any way disagreeable, but bwause beloved And certain it is, I find no sign of them .

the spring and the sprir slde so, Store BICYCLE HOSPITAL,
and his mother was sure to caU after -:: I ,
. $Im as be started: "Hurry back. Billy! ULO. S. ADAMS Prop'r.

-; we can't do a thing not eriti put on ::-West Palm Beach Florida, .-- Sun --i j i
> the pudding, until the water comes." ,
\ The spring came out half way to a Proprietor '
:,', f tall bluff and danced down sheer ,Iasyr Whidden's j
over (S.cctMttBruii| Bckefj&I'Gnctf}Ce) art
", rocks richly embroidered wltb lichen
1.r r and,mofci and fern.. Some part of the My Motto--UnieU Sale and Small Proflu. Which enjoys a well merited reputation for .t

water: was led Into a trough hollowed h Prepared to Supplyyou
F i from long, slender logs which wall Lrr Bakery Goods and furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has \

fixed In crocheted uprights some ten Family Groceries w'I thIw.
;i feet from the ground. The troughs ,the best equipped Job Office along the East

f went quite to the roadside. Billy dfove .....My Specialty.Goods .Coast Good! Meals at bring Frlcss .
and is better than
l his barrel underneath It and let the prepared now ever
i a spouting stream go plump .into the delivered free to any part Fresh Pork ;
. squared bunghole I' of the City or across the Lake. before to meet all the requirements of the ,

Ho the tuning: was ridiculously easy II' ill Orders Given Prompt Attention. Beef, 1
And M for driving the slide, that was trade in that line.
Goods First Class and Fresh. Highest
as good as play. It was no load at all PoUltl"y. -J
paid for produce.
,$ for Merry Tom, the chunky pony. Going prices country
sprlngward. Billy Boy rode him Buy of me and I will nave you money 6-i-ot I High-grade WorkIs Eggs. "
coming home, he walked beside, flour- i
tubing and cracking his plait- leather BILLY LASSOING BRADLEY. the kind THE SUN does Native Meats a specialty
d whip. anywhere about your clotlt-s. Yon ,
Geo. S. Hacker & Son
Vpon a certain October Wednesday saw 'em-you know they were there, : Your Patronage Solicited '
the whip cracked so loudly as the outfit and real diamonds wrapped lu'tinfoi) ts
-' reached the spring any one who I Inside a pocket case of metal Now If and the only kind. We have found through Market on Uaiij'an Street,
knew Billy would have been certain i 1 should happen to light on 'cm while
be had a new and especially acute. you're In these parts, will you help an experience extending over a number of U.ltVEST PALM BRACK.
grievance. All the mile betwixt spring 'lentify 'em. to prove you bear no

and house he had been muttering. malice for this blunder i years that it pays to do this, for when you -
: "Think they might a-Vt me stayed to ."My dear sir don't speak of it," Bradley The Daft County State Mt
near the last" or "Reckon they think murmured. "You forget the interest !. once get a c customer he will stick, knowingthat
". n boy, a big boy, don't keer nothin' I still have In the matter. It would West Palm Beach Flortda.
'., about heartn nothin' in the world." give me the greatest pleasun to see what is done for him will be done BIGHT, ,
St still he had heard 80mdhlngf' those unlucky stones again in the right
OUJh. at least to tell vaguely. So hands" and in a manner that will be both pleasingand Authorized Capital, $100,000.
Billy had never heard such stories as :
be brightened perceptibly a* he drew. .
t r to the spring, for other thirsty folks Bradley told that night on the porch >a.MANUFACTURERS attractive. Paid Up Capital, 15000. :
WE're' there-two men in a very dusty after supper. Still he did n,.t like the

buggy: with a tired looking l>orse. As man It gave him a creepy feeling, QffiCtttS <
became up one of them haiVd Billy; when, after he had lighted the visitorsto OF : tE
their chamber, Bradley shook hand .N. DIMICK, President.U.D.HEHDKICKSOlt .
"Howdy, sonny! Dear bless my soul, I And that's theuneapesi
hut I'm glad to see you. I've been and said:'Deur boy pray for me." It Doors, Sash Vke,Preeide.t. i
lean lost this half hour-It's good to was late-almost 12 o'clock-utill Billy
. CEO L. BRA I NING, Cathier
find myself anywhere about Squire could not sleep when ho was snug In Blinds.. MouldingsAND f .J
..: Clark's." bed, For an hour ne thrashed about, after all.
f, Office Hours From 9.. m. to s p. m. 1
"Howdy, brother Amos! Ifs funny listening to the 'po-sum hunters and -- .

you gfttin lost! Brother Amos, the wishing himself out with them. Ills Material !
: Building 6enerat8aRkiagErsn
own dog Bone answered! spasmodicallythe II
ro>|M>rteur, a worn-out Itinerant, was a I
prime favorite, with all the boys. k f barkings from the woods All at CHARLESTON S. C.Dr Even be able to send else ,t.J os day ..4rerlpt. :
though might
once Billy heard a low, slurp growl you I f
bad such a knack of fetching exactlythe hralis""UIC.t aDd suM 'a th* ,ri.
then a violent yelp, as though Rose had Largest Factory South. ... ..
books they wanted, books tnat had where for and tlpal '" ,11. t..It" .ta'''' 4-9-1t1;
Stationery save possiblya
blood and fighting in them, and good been struck heavily. He flung open a Send for Prices. your I 1.
who did not die of their window, but could see nothing. Againhe
boys young few cents on an order amounting to several
heard Boe. this tme a sort otgro'lIn
goodness."It i'iui

4 own Is IN-ton-I've funny, I never often hit heard on this of crossroad your smothered whine In a curious that was rushing lost sound and dollars!, remember that time is consumed and 0'DO ,: = I 1;

spring.!: Brother Amos returned. the toile of gushing watt: falling delays occasioned in doing so, apd that if I r
T from little height"I
What'* the good word up at the a THE ALL 'ROUND
bouse, Billy? Any chance for travelers wonder who can be drawing water Anadvertisement J
"I .. mistakes should occur, you will have more or I
to stay all nigbtrTlentyat I thin time of night! Billy said to hlmI -

f" least I reckon so," Billy I self-then, as the noise kept up he gavea less trouble in getting them rectifle.1. --PHOTO6DA1 1
F an wetro, his sense of news to tell suddenly little excited whistle, leaped throughthe x 4
;. checking hospitality, "Reason 1 window, which opened on the roof 1
r say that. I don't Just know bow things of the low back larch ran along it Has come to stay in West Pain 1
i 11 be when we get there I left thesheriff and dropped softly to the ground. The Sun Guarantees 1
there and 'bout a Aortiu more The water barrel sat always under inTHE Beach, and (is now fully prepared to '

t men-and they were tellln' how the the big'white oak twenty ya-ds away : .
do work
man they were after had stole 'boutft.OOIJ1lln Bradley stood beside It, with! his backto Satisfaction to gratify his patron. ,

( ) town last night- and gone the house. he had taken out theliplle -- .
--- -
fhqttln. off In a buggy this nirrum' as and held his fingers In the stream SUN
If. be hadn't done a thing." trying to break up and deaden the

'Dear me, why we came from town! sound of its flowing. I and is right here at home,where it stands Studio, OPD M3S soaic EM,
We heard nothin of all this!" Brother "If you had to haul water I reckon

Amos said turning to his companion, you'd not waste It so free,' Billy Boy will ready at all times and under all circumstancesto WEST PALM BEACU. 1
who yawned and shook his head. said, clutching him by bats: arms. .
1 Then suddenly he sat upr'ght and Bradley writhed about snarling and fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you -'-
looked at Billy with a very keen pair tried to strike the boy with lh sharp, results
0' eyes. The barrel was by this time cruel knife. Billy sprang lightly aside bring are not satisfied with work yon may have Red Spanish, and
vadbrneatu the spout and 111'log very caught a slide stake and dealt his enemy .
fut The stranger got out of the bug. a blow on the wrist that made him gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the Pancy.-
ry and went beside It, pt'erln1.into its drop the knife and groan. Boys! he and will ..J.
depths as though it were something whispered hoarsely, "Help me-you style or grade of your Stationery, jk
Out of the common. must. They are there-in that barrel : PINEAPPLESlips
'Here's a new style of water works- the diamonds, you know. Help me
ell. Brother Amos," lie said with a get them out-you shall have half- bring 'em quick.
Gurgling laugh, then to Billy "Tell me I think how rich they will make you- Send in a trial order t and Suckers v
bow you get the water out?" I and nobody need know,"

"Easy enough! Dent you see the "I'd know myself-that's enough for anything you may need For Rate o(tl>a FoHvwojc Y.,*,'.... vu .
spile there at the bottom r Billy-Boy besides I'd never help a man mean try it. I' Abbaka, Porto Rico,
retorted over his shoulder. lie was enough to kick Bose." Billy Boy said. Smooth Ca\rnne,
busy cutting dos wood bought to shade In the dark he had managed to get the room-Letter Heads
in the office counting ;
the barrel In transit and keep the rope Hues with which he drove and or Egyptian (jueen
water ('GOL8 he turned with both shaped them Into a noose. Not for Ripley Queen Gulden OqWB,
Heads Statements Envelopes
Note Tags, ,
laude full vicious had he White
a fly made Merry naught practiced throwing a Antigue.P ._,
Torn dance so the glide was In dangerof I lasso. It was a near cast-);a near a 4f ',
/l-.J. D11 TT. .A.Jrt US Ha ft9 T A< n \.JIUUI.", Dili : e, uuio ui uauiug, .roam roco,
upsetting. miss would have been disgracetul-but
"Here. Olve me the buehe*-I'll next minute Mr. Bradley found therope W. E. MITCHELL, };"UI..
Hand Bills Pamphlets .
fit them while you hold the horse," the settling over his arms and being Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Har Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, fru.\t S5ffl-iBl5Il"taihiU of h .tae...J
the stranger said, fetching a and out drawn tight while Billy yelled lustily Iris ; *
in fact that wantin
bU pocket There was a ku'f! in It so "Father! Mother! Brother Amos! ness Sewed and Repaired. or anything you may

keen and sharp when it wan opened it Wake up and see what I've ('aught"I'hilnnthroJllst Out-of-town customers will receive the line of PRINTING- G.C. MATTKAM3,
awoke Billy to covetousness. By help Bradley it nrned out, promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, Florida
of It in a trice the bongtu were in was an all-round crook, the head of a next door north of TROPICAL Sun Build Pineapple Company,
puce, though BIII-Boy.coult not understand gang that had shadowed the diamond ing. 8-t8 5.26.97 West Palm teach VIa.
why in the placing the stran- salesman ever since he left the city. ,
ger meddled so ranch with the wedge- All unwittingly, brother Amos had And we will
.shaped board that went Into the bung been made to serve their turn. He had Brelsford Bros -"
"I'll tell mother who's couV.n': -she'll met one of the gang while working asa
b8 sure to have a place for you," he prison missionary and hart given the WIIENInlacksontilebeaureaad! vie
shouted to Brother Amos, determinedly man his address promising to help Real Estate and Insurance please you=aSure. it your Old Friend mhu will lu.rpr1.e
taking the road ahead of him. him wiien he came out If you think you with Bargain in

The sheriff, riding out of the Clark after this adventure Billy, was not PALM BEACH FLA. Dry Hoods ('Whins and! I
gate, almost swore at the sight ofBrother something of a hero, you Nd better Gents'
A mo*' companion. "To thinkof ask his mother. She will tell you that Notary Public. Cottages to Rent I'uiBkitius?....._
ketchln' him when we'd about give he never p uled another barrel of D. SINGER, Manager,
bin vpr be Mid to the man at HI S el water. tHV1 Tostoffiiv gWtlliliA Building.Bote North' of II u.'JiD Bridge street JAtkaosvLLPWZIPA"ailUT.



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Mathushek PianosAre
Increase IB Ohio Mea SPICY : : : Proprietor

berchlB-Unkleta. Palm Hino WitU a Dame

jurisdiction of Ohio baa every rea- .' Pianos That Hive A RepotitUtteosd s
to be proud of the net gain in mem- '
hip made during last year. For the Beach I to BOB. Tojr art tb*
two years there was a slight de- kind thai bite tot U tttl ot
f MACCABEES. ,but this year they come to the front BRIGH'SPARKLING ; > Drug time a n.' ki\e H tilt4! tk*>a*.t Fq;.

the handsome gain of 1,044. Judg- critical l nmiei&B in mry..JF.
Great by reports received from all over the
of /
alp of,the Tent ,the good work appears to be still go *** -Store. They Are Hot

R.B.Anderson of St. Louis on. The lodges in the rural districts I okl style piano that bart beta

inuxkur of the Knights of .not-Odd letting Fellows the grass Sittings.grow under their and Royal Poinciana Pharmacy rented for year*aDd Urn.fff r*

of Missouri, war born in bylaw providing for the payment of etl a* "gmt bargata" nor are
Re became a M/iccabee in 1885 hire at funerals is illegal they <'Ihup.lo".grad."rau"

tent, an encampment in the absence of -DEALERS IX- I made: to tl\\ "at half prico.
chief patriarch, it is the duty of the
tics Piano Is
warden to take the place of the chief I Every New,
tent and fulfill all the functions of These are the expressions Drugs Toilet Articles and mry part !* .sd.la' Uft5U
e office. He may confer the degrees as 'I ! la de facto chief patriarch.! ;
act which I which it aynara&H*Unlit, mil
and year 1899 is going to witness a won can be heard on all Fine Stationery and I! lau a 1if.M.e.
of growth in the order. The activity
displayed indicates this. Lodges i Why Take Chanceson 1
forts, now up and doing where last year they sides concerning the news Druggist Sundries.
bt ; inactive. cheap pUMH cfeo tU Old:
ami IWUa'de X I athetfct k U
branch doubled
encampment nearly
r ': columns of
r 460 membership in Manitoba last year. \ Prescriptions Carefullj Compound : bought at pifee' ai c.ertl'0

ing from the general funds East Coast Business Solicited' suit)oaf TVrtar* omt tUa

P ; bo mode to pay car fare or carriage WEST PALM DEACU.: Gto.I'i.I'll ( 15,000 MaifcbtWt PluM II(
that its members attend the tn- .
', may ;- the So4sUa. "1 oat S... u...
t ye.rs of member of
a their
own or any
I.t: _. _8. a. FDEIs08., & lodee. m TT Uac"

BL that loula city and where took he charge baa seen ol -Secretary Perkins of the grand li lnese Laundry I I Geavlee Uath..ht-k! lta...
L O. O. F., of are M,
S tents to 22. In 1895 he !Massachusetts re .ltlTROPICAL oily w Hjr
the gains in 1808 as 64 in the subor-
late commander and given: lodges and 576 in tho Rebekahs. WO KEE, Proprietor. 1 U 1)DE1 k 11Il LS' S..I. n.
work in the state, and at the
convention of 1898 he was New Hampshire has two lodges the tar 1 refit laths, Ma lQr.

commander by a very large\ of their kind in the world-Fidelity Shirts ........ .......... ............. ... let 2Q Ea t Ilajr{ St, Jek Mif4lKll*. r
L was largely through his work and lodge Social of Rebekah Concord, over 600 memo Open Front.......... ... ......'2fcr23c: I' 11
form division was organized, lodge of Man. -- -
tt holds the position of colonel over 800 members. Cufls....................... _........... ...Sc YouBuy 'Em "-" I $ 'EIifII"OY81"Hh
regiment. The old Odd Fellows' hall in Philadel Ladil'll'Shirt WabU... .:._............1> ene ?
c has boon sold for about$40,000. The (Doan: t. ,a ae ... ...
membership of the ....
ya r-u.ed a \U kyiea..............
will be used toward the ..
lifting hetw.eo
grcgatoa over 341,000, with FIRST-CLASS WORK a sea 11 pK ..
;- subordinate bodies in 48 from the new templeThe GUARANTEED. trc a.-.u.ltol.-t UriaUwrfBURKHAROrS tMela

!hoes. lodges of Indiana paid.a tat Banyan Street.WEST PALM BEACH. tm.L1I&1.ftr..UIfUf a ,
Loe Angeles tent has made to over$5,000 last year for the 2-J t 1011\a.u"'rt" trssa Matra Heat,
'r 804 members during the post fund.
i and now leads all others --- -- -
---- ---
ship of 1,047.. Apollo tent MASONIC. : oH
4 ooond, with 1,003 members. 44oGooGQ

I.1J The prospect for new of tbe Craft In Colonial J.*. t|, lf*.
.4 eral revival of old ones is Day-Eact, West and Sooth. .
in Kentucky. It was tho custom of the craft in the ...CEREAL SNAPS...
Portland hive 7 won a days of this country to virtually ---- .-._---------
badges offered by the candidates. Governor Shirley was \Ve Have a New Cookie
hive In Oregon making a Mason but through a committee he :
T gain in beneficial informed that"as it has boon the cus- The OLDEST and BEST ThisVeek..
for men in the most exalted station 9 'It ib
> made for the inapt
very took fcf et MI
year.Texas baa been doing have the door of our society's constitu in Philadelphia. Except the dos ... holistic hMy
i the poet few months and always opened to them when desired newspaper published in the who pac them for ihipoient waitj Iwria ..* *ae
I e ing" Kansas, has been st, think it our duty to acquaint your ex Cookies from start to fi iJ1a.
ground and looking for (. with that custom and assure you Our Cookies tbe
new are
we shall cheerfully attend excel' County. Each week duce. trey HaldVlpbi tw fj**
your They
they cost Uj ''dtr
Connecticut recently held pleasure therein. Could such bly not tikra the .ll. bald
convention. The outlook we at the same price yea vi edited te iv
be obtained in ply
.. any lodge nowadays at the commonest lemon
the is or
state excellent.
taken by tho first lodge of Boston in contain \ ugf ap-
\2\ cts
'Trestleboard. \ per pound.
RED MEN. In Texas no lodge can receive and act Good cakes may be cheat, but cheap cafcf are rat pet
an application for affiliation unless! \Ve will be pleased to bavou ample these
laerea.. IB the ...)' applicant previously visits the lodge ol g
a vation-Stray' vouched for by a brother who baa acts L. W. BURKHARDT Finest GMrill
A constant Increase Is sat in lodge with him. All the News '; ,
tho various tribes iu The new infirmary rt the Masonic home, : = -
.s, tribe now has 404 is well under way. E
117 members; Menoken There is a sublimity in Freemasonry --- -, -- :::: 4

1 t bera.gains are Among Chickalaeamoose those ( hleh a Master justifies Mason.the"phra Every"subUme brother should degree that IS News Hew Store Hew Goods Rock Bottom Prices 1!

, ,- members; Mlnne Kaunee a sublime Mason, and he may be If ht
( town 114 members; Doavor TTJnlnrnC n A.ab.ww.k.a" ,

i' i town 1B1 members; Freemasonry is a law unto halt Tbii| 1 + .1.V 1f111iJ41 Ot .liuwf'1 '
I 't Brownsville, 08 member; ,
sentence which is aa true aa it ii
tribe Colombia. 01 ; speaks volumes. --- ',-,, Dealers in Dry Goods Shoes
tribe Philadelphia ( :>, Ladies' and Gentlemen's
The committee on library, Bgasonio tem \, i..
In IBM then but
r was one Philadelphia baa ecleCte( -George P. Furnishings and Notions. '
tacky; nowhere are 15, not only from West Palm .
membership of about 1,400.Y"'v' as librarian. Mr. Rupp,whose ape We bay for cash and sell for cu"b.l5o give loser >
forte Is the classification and arrange \ t HY* ttfftMih<,girt
Anawan tribe of of libraries, commenced his dutiei credit. Our motto i'l. Quick M'l>L4 lIn'! small |>n>nt.. aiJdu di.-
membership of 403 and a L Beach and immediate vicinity 11-10-tf crimination, but sell to al! at saner priw f gout;* are all !
with no liabilities.
Do you believe it right, honest and tail plainly marked iu fij.utt'li.;
There are 85 tribe of stay at home and let your brethren run but from all points
falo. 01
lodge and reap the same benefits as th -
Four entire tribe ?

'west were for nearly the depleted Spanish by war, Colonel in the Stotscnburg Philippines, who was was a killed membet in note on the Lake and along THE BARMAN HOUSE

rough riders-and for Potomac commander, District of Co Is now open for Winter Travel.

and formerly drill master. the railroad thus makingit BEST OF ACCOMMODATIOXa.\ LE BEST TUB MARKET AFFORDS.
to Sfo4era \ -:Battia In Conn Uon._

J Every member is given Knights of the Staeeabec Rates Reasonable Short: Distance from the lVj pot.
t day of the month after tho easily Address
New York deputies have done a great Mrs. S. E. EARMAN
f an assessment is levied to during the past winter and spring la WKST: TALM 1 UK-ini, FLA.
of the same up the order.C. *
t t When acting aa .II. Emerson of Marshalltown is about .
$ adviser baa authority to liveliest thing in Iowa. He was Ini THE
r duties of the consul This one recent Wednesday, and on TRAVELERS.
the password and secret later banded in 13 applications ice

It la now thought that a benefits. The Leading Family Newspaperof NEW MANAGEMENT! _
bead officers will visit Knights Sioux City are organizing
the month of Juno. They orchestra and glee club. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville Ha.
Attend aa many picnics as
The recent Maccabee in Rhode ,
rally la- -- --- -
their visit to the state.
land, in which supreme officers of the L Dade Electric Lights, Electric: hells, laths: Cuuiplcle bei\K'e.
Head Conllulorthout, O. T. M. took part, has had a good effectIn County .
r of presiding his office officer of of lieutenant the arousing Interest: in the order. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Take .
Tho Maccabees of Omaha nave decided
. mole, at the car at the Union Depot and ask the< .
was to give a Maocabee klnnesa the second uu-tnctor U> (<>)> ( UM Tf*..* r.. s.st.N
ion with handsome
.. Horthcott a with a silver set. II week of June for the benefit of tin --- ---.- -.- -- -- --- ---
families of the Lady Maccabees who lost
their lives In the-recent disastrous fire. .
Knights of Already THE SUN is a welcome '1
The proceedings of tho Knights of Pythias.
in the report of lodges i
The Pytblana of Denver will erect GI1E G. STOHflIjiC
r lodge number of New candidates York leads > handsome stone temple of modern design a visitor to nearly every $ |

I term since last grand at a cost of from $75,000 to $100,000. DEALER IN 1*_ .A
There will be at least four large halls one
, Report from the of which will be set apart for banquets. home in this section
order.diction Most Indicate of the a new About 4,000 Knights of Pythias.were in $ Staple and Fancy Groceries $

i due 80 years of age. I lino Brockton.at a recent celebration and parade at and its many attractive ,

a Kentucky jurisdiction The last Grain and all Food
the April assessment call reports show 110 lodges with a Supplies. c
membership of 6,843, in Kentucky. For features are bringing new
There are 134: lodges ty-six deaths occurred during 1698. '
Maesachuaetta, with a
Nevada boa no state deputy but has i
of printed about 11,900 5,500.for The the grand tribunal-no expense attached tosame. recruits to its ranks each COUNTRY IPRODVCIEIt
t .
lag the order. f...._..-. l'ra.l._. L"<__ ._ c.-a.
Royal Area.11m. week. :.u-
ft Your Patronage Solicited I
Knltf hU of the $ $
Membership in the order makes better
The order is moving! men better citizens and better husbands
sty. The castle and fathers. The Royal Arcanum bal 4-14 "est palm gcoofcf |na. ,
Phllipkburg with 70 still a mighty work to do, and every member _
i growing apace. should bo filled with greater love for
Grand Trustee. 0. the institution and greater enthusiasm in "''' 1.,''''' rl l lr

Pennsylvania, is one of its work.Ma&WJhusetts. JudiciousAdvertisers
and active workers of subordinate councils haw ------.--- .---
',t.'l i 4 "T'Ir.': t
acrvud three years aa invested funds amounting to $33,663. :
formerly Itentonont Iloward C.Wiggins is now grand regent
t t regiment which he of New York and J.T.Rupnell grand secretary 1 MY SPECIALTIES

potation Lieutenant as General ald-de-caiup :.: THE :

Frank Keeper Is grand Good Fellow ::
trict of Columbia and E. Hon. J. 11. McGregor of Maine is now CORNER FAXCV FAMILY GROC1ift1R$,
matter of records premier of the order and Arthur Bate- (ALI'tIR! .I.hlU.n f.r",$ ,

p? Royal. i of The Massachusetts grand assembly supreme of secretary.Massachusetts Realize this, hence the free z I'AXCY TP.AS AND COFJITS.IRES1I : i

I The average ago of the presented Post Grand Ruler James H. GROCERY IRUITS A.VO b'it ,gT.t..
. In 181)6 was 35.44 years I, Abercrombio with a handsome past grandruler's use which they make of its -..: HLKS IK 1t' sb, i.
(a 18W 1S .t7. wbi' b, badge and jewel recently In recog
worn, makes the b Hilton of his active and energetic services.Mystlo i iI
i may of the Royal : I ._- NEW STORE !REV GOODS i
,' ment than at birth. I I I Circle colums and its increasing. I TEUWfir.Vrooipt t ( \ '

The per capita oesad4 of The amount paid out in benefits in the 1

In 1800 1898 was 87 89 con cents Iii. ; in United 1600000.States since its organization is popularity as an advertis- Free Delivery) on Both: SW > ofihe Like. I t I Ir"

Of boneflcUry memt I, This order has 455 members In Virginia
jog there were on Deo. and baa paid out In the state in benefits ing medium. J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor, i.

1 I r : ,IWO_., 6,753 i UOT. 18,180 $45,500. J. Eo Burke la grand rWar. '

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;; o'e 1'Io1Iefl'rapt r 4 Dade County,Honda.TKOPICAL The last Legislature, among the 4SS IN..,

: wonderful and enactments He Hears and PrInts Everything '
SU! PUBLISHING C01IPASY many peculiar Everything .J' CROCKERY and !IFURNITURE0 I- *'
it accomplished succeeded He Hear I
nicely in choking off the voice of the .
Is.levsp -
*T WilT PALM SUCH DADE COUNTY. FLOMDA.SVBSCBiPTIOK people, by protest, ) Contends That Darkness Is Light. '.

terests of the liquor dealers. Commenting Bttter Is Sweet Salt Is Fresh. Till Is All. Kinds of Boat Goods.

: ,.' PRICB! $2.00 A YEAR.B on the new law the Jackson.! Short or That Wrong Is Right.It i'u 8 6t.m.ti.wareDoonMAsi4ltat.

1- ville Metropoljs : .
; ntered it the Postoffice of Went palm Beach says 5 -
\ t. All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Joodn.tiuoilae .
a*Kcond clan matter. "The new liquor license law is not .. .
the other when
was only day passing \ '
-. -- meeting with much'favor from the t; ( Stoves. Bln Via ate Ke_Oil Storm.Glasiware .

. T11CRSD W, JUNK 15.lftOO.V by the postoffice that I heard three ..... ..:#-l\' ", 4'r-' ,Lamps aad UnterBi Haitians Bma.' Keady Mixed Fall I j
and people of the State It is ... "' ..
4 -.- press ladies discussing "cheap young men." ; --' ; : JI&11 Ordrrm Give Prnwpt AU.."... lI.sq

alleged to be no better than the One of the girls was relating a circum. ..

former law in a general way. Whileit stance that occured last winter when a

YoU-1 excludes the procunng of petitionsof certain young fellow who seemed decidedly business in funeral supplies in connec LEADING BUSINESS FIRMS PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

: i ( DE voters in election districts to the in the social "swin" in majestic tion.
ft 1'V.
Board of County Commissioners to I
manner one evening invited a bevy of
Cards In this
Appear Paper,
grant licences to dealers, it allows his y.nng lady admirers to go with him My attention was called to a Daytona I. MCTCALF,

.'ff. the right of petition against granting to a cake walk. Reaching the door he paper in which there appears an item Classified Alphabetically. .ATTORNEr .AT. UW.
licenses. The petitioner under the that reds as follows:
his all-
pulled seventy-five cents- MOlAR PUBLIC.
new,law, after giving notice through awl entertained the ladles by an under. "The ice plants at Miami and West ARCHITECT: Will practice ia Ut.a";.51515 ..B4 ffeitraJCoarU.
the newspaper. applies directly to tone argument with the door-keeper Beach are at war with each T D Brown West Palm Beach .
other and are furnishing ice to their LAND CASK* A 8l>KCIAt.TT.utCeelaTitoMCAL .
the Board of County Commi Jonen trying to get admission for six on the patrons at cut prices The war will '.5.BANKING. XFB block,

-, for license.'and he must be a man of price of three. \Tnoof the ladies stood probably continue while the people : West Palm lieach. t>... Cu..t,. !U>rH*.

good moral character who will in the it until their own independence got the down there ill be benefitted." Dade County State Bank

opinion of the board, keep an orderly better of their embnrrasMiient and they I cannot say what conditions may pre- West Palm BeachBARBERS 1' HANK W. 1'Ol'I. ..

place. returned down town and provided vail at Miami but I do know that it is a I.. .

The whole responsibility is now themselves with money for their own long way from being a correct picture of : ATTORNEY AND COUPISELLORATLAW.

placed upon the County Commissioners admission. This same 'young man was the situation in this town. Here we Wm Schaudt, West Palm Beach HlKattlUf 8ln- t. J

and those persons opposedto quite the idol of the society item columnof get ice whenever it may happen to suit Milo Cooper West Ealm BeachBICYCLES 2- -98 JACKKONVILLK.; FLORIDA ,

the sale of liquor: may pjssibly a certain paper at that same time. the ice man to let us have it. The only .e.

bve a chance to defeat the openingof "cnltiug" done is on the ice-never on : ]
ft Lax St. CLtIIf.AflilAI !,
liquor shops by aa Appeal to the the prices. Here we get ice when the Goo S Adams,West Palm Beach A
; AIVEPflI But the.above circumstance was quite W R Mitchell West Palm BeachBOTTLING
board. The character of the man factory hap more than it can sell to out ATTOMEY-AT, I
equalled by the narration of a more
and the place he keeps can lso be side towns. Here well people may go .5. JACKSONTIU.K FU.
50/i recent circumstance which of the
I one
TROPICAL / attacked before the board that is, if athirst and sick children suffer for need WORKS: Irui-tke U all the IrcuU CiwrU,Mate u4 ,
ladies vouched wherein
young for a MiamiBUILDING
C Custellano Federn! '
of ice. if
any person opposed ever sees or perchance there is pll from
tIl1IJIf. ,
would-be leader of
young society today ...
ot hears of his published intention to Miami or elsewhere for what stack the ,
; made himself quite a subject of comment
( ,, aoolv. for license in time to protest. .. .. local factory has. No. neighbor von SUPPLIES: ,
t- but* it# i is surmised that these notifica-- by attending an entertainment are all wrong" about West IBe; h Chas Welshans, Jacksonville 1)oI'K & I1UOOMI, I
; TOg HIGH TEEM in which ex-&>n. where refreshments were served, treating Geo Hacker & Son. Charleston S C. *
Pi* tions will be published as were the ami its ice supply. JIT
; ator PIIMXI' public services' are held a half-dozen relatives and friends, .5. ATTOKHEYS-AT-LAW. r !
former petitions in papers of no general Your on the Lookout,
those in to helping himself liberally and repeatedly. CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: .
by a position judge them
circulation or so obscurely that THE MAN ON Tag CORNER. ST. Al'GCSTINK. FU. t
: In Nhonn by his appointment last very few persons ever see them. and then boasting later on the street as 4' Franklin Sheen, West Palm Beach 5-1-99 6. ,
to how plates of cream and piecesof ..5.DENTISTS!
we.-k Lv President McKinley as one For years each successive Legislature many Draining East Coast Land. ', 4
cave he was ahtad ; and this, after : C. HOOD, II. D.
of the Nicaragua Canal Commission has been trying to regulate the a. ,L
refusing to "chip in" when the boys D A Thomason West Palm Beach LI. .
: to take ulldpr advisement and make sale of liquor in this State but its White on a recent trip down the coast I Daniel PHYSICiAN AND SUSetOH. i, -
T Cocoa
around for .
: passed voluntary'contribu.- Mr. Ingraham made contract with ,
been par-
. final report on that problem of BO success tas apparently very Lions to defray the of refresh I.. Office and Beniea Mar Royal PoUrlaaa I
expenses ties drain
to a territory embracing about
aiid in the interest of the
this Nation. poor more Hotel PALM BEACH. .1-91
great moment to This, ments and music. DRUGGISTS: .
' 4 dealer than the of the three thousand acres of land and to
y ;- with tJennii.r Mallory's appointment appointments ft build necessary dykes to prevent inflow 2 IB Dimick West Palm Beach ;

of the Industrial, Commission, shows sale.Under another provision of the The Man On the Corner was pleased from the waters of the Everglades and ... D B. POTTKK: 31. D., 1

-. ': m wt dM'idodlj how those men rankas law cannot be sold within five to notice last week that in front of the other bodier ot water that fill and overflow DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: 1 ;,
liquor 8-23-93 PALM BEACH. PUN -
ronrerrntire, wise and able representatives miles of an incorporated town, City Mnket the old board walk was during the rainy season. The landis Thomason Mrs J Frank&,Brown West Palm, West Beach Palm Beach f.

of the Nation's great in church or school. But we are told replaced by shells. This should be done what is known as Snake Creek Prairie Coil Schrebnick West Palm Beach S. BUKMIAM M. D.

: terest8. that this provision is almost made all over town wherever the board walks near Hallandale on the lower east 'S.FERTILIZERS. S \: 1

: *.. inoperative from its construction." are dilapidated and that means in quitea coast. The lands are among the richestin : SURGEON AND PHYSICIAH ;
that locality and as the draining and
of Board
number walks
ON ASfI'f'qr.U PAGE of this paper But the Legislature did enact one neither economical places. are dyking may be completed by August i, Wm A Bours & Co JacksonvilleLittle Also a Specialist In Qynecology.OffiM f.
redeeming clam to the entire bill satisfactory nor the section will soon be turned over to Bros. 111
: we gladly K.IU-/ space to a brief sketchof safe and most certainly they are not in persons who have engaged tracts for cul. .5-. i at Ka>idenc-8alt aI.. Cottage. :"'It

one of Florida's best known and when it inserted the following pro keeping with the spirit of progress that tivatlon. FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: 5.9.99. : ;1

: foremost citizens. Wm. A. bars, vision : marks the town of West Palm Beach The many large prairies! lying along Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach D A.THO'IASOYl). D. 8.Office '
"Whoever sel's any intoxicating the railroad along the lower east coast Wallace R Moses. West Palm Beach S
Chairn.nn of the Duval County today. _
t consist rich mnck land well suited
Honors. wines or beer to any husband ft ft ft .. . .to .- : Corner ClemalU 1'1" aad Olive....
: School Board. Mr. Bonrt- is an en -r truce larming me neigntxmng tanas ---
?- edumtiona : or parent after notice to the I was immensely pleased at the broadness have nearly all been sold, and it is necessary FURNITURE: WEST PAUl BKAIH. FUL
thu&iattir woiker in I All kinds ol modira tentbtnr know* to tile
I' contrary from any wife or child or of thought and liberality mind now todrain and protect the prairies D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville Gold crown and bridgeworkKpedalty. a 0
. matter ud the result of his labors to a minor or an intoxicated person that characterized the ,sermon delivered which are after all, the best that S.. Teeth extracted without pat*. .

: -:t In Dnviil Couuty may be summed np shall be punished as if he had sold by Dr. S. D. Paine last Snnday night.It can The be success found for with vegetable which the growiig.farmers oi GRAIN AND SEEDS. : 10-21-98 Office Hours: 0 to u.. m. and i to 4 p. a.

in fcujiug .lit has brought about a liquor without a license." ii refreshing these days to be able to the lower east coast have met in the Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville I

high degnv of excellence, moot effi Blessed be the day when the elec-! attend church and hear something aside marketing of crops during the past few *>' ,-S. (

C f'nt teachers, long school terms HIU tion of United States Senators is from dogmas creeds and denominational months is spreading all over the State "HARDWARE' :' I .T. DANIEL, i
and a large number of inquiries have
till) establishment of discipline: and relegated to the people themselves ; doctines. The church was so filled thatI been received lately from farmers who M B Gruber/West Palm Beach DENTIST

system that bespeak well the ruethodH then, perhaps, we can hope fur some had to stand outside, but that did not I evidently contemplate trying a new ter. 'S.HOTELS. COCOA, IHPIAN RIVER FLOHIUA.I-. ,

: he has pursued to bring about legislation! at Tallahassee based on hurt my feelings for I.was doubly glad ; ritory.from farmers Many outside letters of are the also State.received : ,

these results. THE Sex U proud to the merits of l legislation proposed, to service.see so many However manly I could young hear men almost at the The Barman House West Palm Beach WALLACE It. MUSES,

number Mr. Bours as one of our and not on how this Bepresentative Mrs James McCann West Palm Beach
all the discourse from the sidewalk and LEGAL NOTICES.
The Travelers Jacksonville Successor to A. W. Robet.REAL
stannch advertising who is stand
Senator to
patrons or that going ,
outside the door and was glad I had ESTATE AND
: has l been liefore the people of the or did stand, on the Senatorial fight.It ; tarried to hear-or overhear it. OTIOE. ..5.JEWELERS. Agent fur West Palm Beach INSURANCE.Tows LoU, aUo

. i Kant Coiist in a business way formany is generally conceded that the real ft : Went I'aJm Uewh Water Works.

: -.. merit of bills introduced under Idner & Son, West Palm Beach.LAUNDRY NOTARY Avenue, PCB Olive LIe.Clpmall.ol .Street. :
years. present There have been enough instances of In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Cir. near
5-21-07 West I'alm Reach?Florida.
110 conditions, is rarely considered. cruelty to animals brought to my atten. cuit of Florida,in and/or Dade County.In I. 1j

: : The Tampa'Herald says there is tion in the two years last past to warrant Chancery.JOHN : I. MKTCALF

one thir.g to be said-cheerfully and me in saying that this town needs a CARUER ) Wo Kee, West Palm Beach GUY

with great pleasure concerning ANENT THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Humane Society. It was only Tuesday NANCY TH.CASMEB j Hn Divorce-Croaa Bill. 'S.LAWYERS' NOTARY PUBLIC t ,

Mr Flagler's East Coast railroad. that a well known physician called the, For the State Florida at Largt.
It appealing from the affidavit of W. I.Metcalf. :
It is nfnnding the excessive charge The shoot question will not down. attention of one of our citizens to the solicitor fur defendant. filed in the W I Metcalf West Palm Beach Deeds, Mortgagee.Drafted.Lea_ and Contracts

of one cent per mile upon application The parents and patrons in this condition of a mule which was haulinga above entitled raune, that nine filing lila bill Frank W Pope,JacksonvilleAlex ConTl'yanclnl.5Ioct'IA1ty.AU : .

and is the only road in the commnnnity will not let the sub- load of bricK along Narcissus street. said complainant ban lelt the Cuunty and St Clair-Abrams, Jacksonville office Work Guaranteed la TROPICAL Legally KUM iUut Correct.II.

t< State that is doing so.-Gainesville ject rest until they have the assurance when that same mule should have been nald State John of Florida Cami and In that a. non-rexIdeDt, In hilt belief ol .5. West Palm Beach. Dad.." "Dat,. FfcrMa.T. .

t f Sun. from the County School Board under. .treatment. instead. of being. forced. Jthe I State of Florida and that hU place of MEAT MARKETS: .
f Brother Mac. You to nam a load 01 tour times the weight retiidence In unknown to the affiant; and D. BROWN ]
Nay, nay are that proper provisions will be ma lt> I A B dwell West Palm Beach ..
of that umally pulled by the town drays. I i that the plaintiff In over 21 yean of age and .1 ,
last the F.E. WiyWhidden,
Hiul' January .
wrong. to meet'the demand for better educational -
Man thtt there In no one in thta State the service .ARCHITECT AND BUIL )ER.
The On The Cornet is no particularlover J
C. Ity. has refused to make the facilities and up-to-dale upon whom would bind the plaintiff and -.- 1, -
of mules, bat he does not propose! Plans and specification prtfMUvd.
that the defendant baa filed a cross bill and '
refund ...ft>rrl.d to, and the Uuilroad schools properly equipped.THE to see or hear of any dumb helpless aniwer herein. MUSIC HOUSE: Jobbing work gives prompt attrathm at '

: them to do so since, that time. The lution of the question will be the a protest, and I hold it is ill-treat mer, do appear to the cross bill and answer .1-

i i Delll'etItlu', come to complying, taking of teps fer the making of ment to work a lame disabled and suffering lied herein on or before PUBLIC: FRANKUN feHKEX. CEO. O. BUTUtR.
animal no matter how willing it August 7th A. D. 1899. jtIEEN & IflJTLEIt.L .
W R Moses West Palm Beach
with the Commission rate is to ,
; this a sub-district. Uuder the law ,
be to bear the burdens
may imposed. the Bret in the month. I Metcalf, West Palm Beach
i being Monday Guy
three cents mile roundtrip SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENSINEER8.
: charge" per on this will enable the freeholders to
ft It U farther ordered that thU order be pnb- -
I tirlets to certain lnintMlimitf'd, levy a special tax for school purposes fished. once a week for eight consecutive 4.' Office at West Film Beach _,
Not long since one of the leading Land legally aub-dlrlde and .nap furnltthed.
to ten days. The (Commtemon rate tile; venue therefrom to be gro- weeks prior to said 7th day of August. A. D. NURSERY STOCK: Selecting and grading laBda, lora t- I
cerymen here took a poor, starved animal 18'\ 9. In THE TBOPIAL SUN, a newspaper John[ B Beach West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER log and estimating; timber a .p.rlaltjr. Car*. 7
of three l-eu.tlllll'r mile has not been used solely for the t-chools of the tnt and correct work gnaraBUrd. AUetiKmunlcatlon H
out of sheer pity and now by kind published in said County of Dade, State of receive
by mall prompt attB
adopted uor dues the Commission -distriut. Of course this plan will treatment and some feed the animal Florida. n' tlon. Maim and Blur Print at Lowwt ItrWces.
Ordered this lilt day of June 1899. WEST PALM DEACH FLA. 11-7-bS
it did for :
enforv the rule as tiOIll" not I'l'liethe County Board of their has become a useful and respectable.
[Seal.] A.F.QCIMBY.Ckrk .
mouth. duty to make a more adequate pro- member of the four-tigged fraternity. Circuit Court. J B O'Dono hue, West Palm Beach *

vision for West Palm Beach from And food is not all that is needed. How W. I. METTALF, Solicitor for Defendant. 'I. rtEORGE S. ADAMS

many of the draymen of this town water PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS:
WOKEN AS NOTARIES PUBLIC. the general; school fund. Deputy Supreme Commander
their faithful beasts as often tS thiscaiucr VOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED- R B Potter West Palm Beach
Certain it is that the ladies who _,._._ ___.\.__ ___:___ .. Tt _" IT r' Un A II II II KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEISFor ,
And who dare say! that the Stale started the movement for improvement 'W icquircs' ( I aszeu One L11UKS.:. u S'"Barnham uuuo.aN 16 the State of Florida.Will '
of them this question last week and Notice Is herebj given that all persons havIng
ol Florida i U not awakening to the in educational matters in this
institute Tents anywhere !I. the Bute.
he said three times a day when he was any demand against the Estate of James .1'PINEAPPLE
For Information address
spirit of the times. regurdir.g women town are on the right track and fed. This is downright cruelly and the C. Kinsley deceased are hereby notified to PLANTS:
of worthy aspirations to public life ? they say they are here to fight it out man who does not give his beast proper present heated the within mto the the time undersized prescribed duly by authen-law,or G C Matthams, West Palm BeachRESTAURANTS Vl-99 Went Palm Beach 8. ADAMs Florida. .
'F,.. following enactment of the the line if it takes all this
on same attention as to water, as well as food, thin notice will be pleaded In bar of recovery .5'

State l......:.i-lature. approved by the Summer and several others. should have his license revoked and And all persons owing said estate are required : yJEMINOLE BARBER 81IUI

Go"ruir June 2, 1899. reads as But now is the time to investigatethe should be prosecuted. But what is the to make Immediate payment to me.

rol:.. ..: sub-district method and to gee if business of een body is the business of 3EORGE W.LAIXHAUT, Will Mellon West Palm Beach Win. Schau(1t.roprletor..
nobody, hence I say that this town Executor of the Estate .5.
!->cvti n I. That women over twenty if may not help! to solve some of theseveral would not be hurt by the organization ofa of James C. Kinsley. RETAIL GROCERS: ( Formerly at Hotel Koyal Pui.da.,

I 'e .L1$ of age are hereby de. problems that confront us. Humane Society. Went Tblllt'enty""ixtb Palm Beach. Fla.day of Janrary.A.D L W Bnrkhardt, West Palm Beach Only\Vhltellarberln the Town.West "

cUutl; v.gibie to appointment by THE SUN has always been vitally 1899 136.99GEO. J F Oliver, West Palm Beach 41

the Governor M notaries pcblic aid interested in matters pertaining to One day last week The Man On The J D Maihis, West Palm Beach Palm Ketch. WoridaBAUHElt 1
Glen G. Strohm. West Palm Beach
and exercise the office thereof
tu bold Comer heard merchant and
a lady
j' our schools, and in this instance is ,
upon the same terms and conditions none the less so. We propose to I I discussing the subject of the great need I II H. MALTBY, .5. Y 81101

and with the same po*ers and boll I for a hearse or funeral car. The lady SHOE REPAIRING: 011 ,
keep this matter before th"
emolument as notaries now appointed i ', finally asked the merchant why he did -DEALER INHousehold W R Mitchell. West Palm Beach Pint Door Sooth of the Port Office.

by the Governor. authorities until it is disposed of to':, not purchase one for hire on funeral --... Easiest Chain aa4Bmt(
the satisfaction of those in- Equipped Shop la TOWB.6Hf .
most Furniture
with it the to occasions. His reply to the effect
This rarri's power I was STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: MILO COOPER Pr...>.
perform marriage ceremonies and !: that such investment was properly in Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co

Yfry other prerogative heretoforeenjoyed I the line of an undertaker's equipment, Jacksonville

by th. men alone ii Florida. THE ASSESSMENT OF STATE TAXES but if one was not provided somehowsoon 'S.TAILORING S
he would put in such a stock as Funeral SuppliesA : To Rent the Hour
THE Srs i ill glad to see it. Nothing as fixed this year for State purposes by or Day. l
would wajrant the purchase of a hearse Abe Safranek & Son. West
U ton poo-1 for tlw women that theyan Minis np to 5% mills apportioned as little as he cared to carry such a sideline SPECIALTY. -5' ONLY NEW BICYQLES! IN TOWN.

sure they wiiut. Who'll be the I follows: general revenue 3 mills ; in stock. I am pretty certain my. LINES: Next Door North Tropical San BlockW.

flriit'''pj '.tnt' for honors under this pensions, 1 mill; general school tax, sell that the m.m who will supply this Ocean S S Co. JacksonvilleF R. MITCHELL.

.$.uI IB tie Grval Stateof Florida? I I1: mill ; !State Board of Health,1" mill.Jt need will be able to command the West Palm Beach, I la.. C Ry, Jacksonville Proprietor.





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THE VALUE OF SILVER the silver which Germany woH other- with the rapacity of the United' i IBZPOBUCAN 8HZLTE8: FOB ft t n. ILZTALLIO'FIAT. SAUFLt TSCST Bt

, wise have coined was readily absorbed States. I I -

and gold went 'to that country in lien With American mint open readyto Attorney-General Griggs Informs the C. J. Hlllyer, the Washington Nearly every trust that b organised
of diver. But early in.1873 the United take the surplus" and coin it at the nMic that the Anti-Trust law Is en. lt. wtg t insert in Its prospectus Use familiar t .
Would It Hare Depredated State practically demonetized' silver rate of $1.29 in gold. every other coun- rely worthless for the suppression of I I In several recent pretense that IU IIU ia nut '
by abolishing' the standard dollar.. A try and every individual must nectssaiily -t rusts and he is evidently glad of It. I I editorials In the Pot treating of the ri price, but I I "economy
I Not Demonetized ? little, later Germany formally proclaimed have paid the sane: price. Therefore I. This law was passed for the exclusive -{ money question that considerablestress pruon.-
the gold standard. Still little the wmditu.tis would have been purpose of curbing those! gigantic is laid upon the fact that theSupreme cheapness of Standard o U of
a 1 combinations of ten cited aa an Illustration of pfcU .
capital which even In Court of the United States lb
f., .; FAOT8 TO KOTO IT WOULD lOT. later the Latin union limited the coinage such tbut aU other countries would ISM were paralyzing independent Industry I< has declared the Issue under authority antbroplc mission of the But.
of 'silver, and finally stopped it en have: helped scstain the American. mint 1 in the T/nited; States, and of Congress of legal tender with says the New York"rl. Inasmuch i

. .. tirely. Sweden and Norway did the rate. But it is said that silrer continued 'I which have grown to so much more I| out limits as to auiount papf b 11t a half a mtD w" fortune .

...k......( tkr CUlm .f tfc. G.14 I<:We. The effect of this was to concen- to fail although;, we purchased from I: terrifying: proportions since. Nobody tuton The implication Ims .aggregating four o&v hundr
trate the principal money demand of $3.000,000 to U. OO.OOO worth of dreamed at that time of the possibility thlt.hU(' this decision stands the millions out of Illuminating 01
......... i H
Tfcal Uera4 Prod
t so. all these countries upon gold. The 40- ver each ircnth under the Bland sil-I I II of giving it any other application.It way is open for a dangerous Inflation not evident that oil might beta
: .... V.s..4 ran U Prlee.-lBflBe OCO.UOO people England and Portugal! I Sherman:: 'laws. That is true.,but could not have received a vote on of the currency, and that this menace sold much cheaper a t n&uW -
.e. .( Qvraaar .. Iuver..PreeVao 'cases are not parallel A purchase cf a any other understanding yet absolutely would be removed by It profit? 4
wire supplemented by fully 160.000.000 reven
r I the only use to which it has been Thus in an editorial of Two current ttt trust UMTOlence -
..... .
. Would n* Parity.Tbia limited amount is different
more. At the present time there are a very thing .
put by the Oovernment and the courts said: afford a timely Jetton. This 1 to
f- qaeatlon frequently fd., and not less than 200.000.000 people who from free coinage. In the former cafe! i has been to secure the Imprisonmentof I I wa"Other Populists may have decided from the Philadelphia Ledtfrr, aa Independent

It U DM that ibonld not answered formerly divided their demand between the metal all goes primarily to the striking workmen on railroads. The to stay with the Democracy. But Republican paper '
e gdd and silver demanding gold alone. market. where it is bought the same as officials ('harl'l'll1th Its enforcement I I! there must be I large number of faith- i "The Ounca-iuvilkt N n' .rks recently .
in t dogtuatk way. Political economyU : At there baa been no corresponding! I any other commodity. Unless the purchase rune made up for their cheerful Impotence -I I fn consistent fiafots who not told to the Americr ;:.t v| Wire -
act an exact science,, and just wbatoGM increase of gold production a rise! in the be sufficient to tate .it all. there against such monstroiwsrrowths '1 l'Mprmist) on a dollar that lt w fifty Nail Cmpn1. Is about tj. UIK-D I op I

or would not bare occnrred nnd value of that metal wall inevitable unless will of course be a surplus left on the as thousand-million dollar -.l i cents 8 long as they can prove by the ," .deprhlnir a huge ;
>r different condition ahonld not te: it is to be claimed that for some market. and this surplus! will "bear' Coal Trust by the Intensity of Constitution of the United States, as force of workmen of employment.The ;
their zeal in iHiinbardiuK pennilessworkers Kali Trust made another a.1-
affirmed with too tancb self assurance. incomprehensible reason gold is independent the price tut: coder free coinage there with the broadsides of their that Interpreted number by the of Supreme Cur vance of b.
any good 1 a tht amal
tot then are alwaya lOWe elements ofencertaintr of the great law of "supply and can be no "surplus, and when it is antl-trnst batteries. |II dollars can be made out leg cheapi lots are qut at be et. kP.o
involved. Nor tboold those demand." No intelligent person who coined at a fixed rate that rate marks While. Mr. GriKs says In so many a substance: as uawr. Right there is 146 a 0 .

who makt-the Inquiry be too exacting thinks just a little will ever urge anything the price for the world. provided always words that he dews not consider trusts j where the fiat heresy tak.;root and The Ledger also a that
so preposterous as that that the country coins on bimetal harmful to the country, the excuse beadvances R long a that source, supply of "Prices of tin 111& Tn! ?. and
la their demand for positive proof. In Thus we see that while nothing has lic principles-that is, gold and silverat for refusing to enforce the nutrition exists, the Populist party have risen to such an cite:.: tht according
e Bock matters all we can do ia to take occurred with reference to commoditiesthat a fixed ratio. without discriminationand law against them Is that they are notilubjet.t its equivalent will be in the ll'Id" o to Information lal'ttbur.

, the known facts and endeavor to draw tended to lower their value. something is large enough and rich enough Sherman to Trust Federal act'Jurisdiction.be explains "doea"The 1. I would like in some edior a boxes New York from dt.Wale k-u which. or

correct conclusion: from those facts. An cf a most unusual character has to take ell that is not required by other not :sire the Federal courts jurisdiction -I on another the subject a 'related dl 2.00 to sell in cotuiH-t.tloa
will be made deal with theoteation countries. I very closely qn 8ton.I Iron
attempt over
happened. peculiarly affecting gold- any couttitutInsr i it not unquestionably in the wit product I au.
_ in this spirit thai ia to say, the demand for it has Since 18S3 there has been a large increase a restraint and monopoly of trade Congress to reduce the amount of aa the tl on tin plate U highly
The first point to be determined is. greatly increased. This is quite sufficient of the silver ontpt t. So has the unless such trade la what Is known I gold in 1 {coin gold dollar? It'It I Is, I prteVf. trust Las apparently
What b meant ty : I""Drpruciation" to account for the decline in gold- use of silver increased. find so have the as .Interstate ."or. International trade then the authority to issue letratpn.o etrewt in IU exaction upon

means a lessening in pieces and it ie obvious tbut the changed population wealth business and ana A combination commerce. or trust for the tier paprl'otrn practical signifi cnsumtr I \
re-I purpose contemporary
. of the increased. ( injurious effect oflaJIE'r &
Vain or la quality. The "quality" of relations between gold and goods sources country of maintaining a monopoly In the 'Ince. issues is that dares that "the trust are but carrying ,
; lilver. we know has not changed. have been produced by causes affecting everything that goes to make up manufacture of a necessary of life Is ( values, and they may inflate out the for which they
property diminishthe
Whether Its value bat cr not depends the gold. From what has been said. it wealth the United States is today about not within the scope of the Sherman tame of obligations to were oralze-nmt'll.pU11 to constitute
. .IWhAt we compare it with. If we should be clear that the so called cheap on '-third of the entire world that is art ami cannot ln suppressed by the II is plain that the.same result pay money.It can be a ltr prU1loD to
compare it with gold. it certainly baa ness of silver is in reality a clearness of upon the gold standard. It.is difficultto Federal<< : courts. This was decided In accomplished by reducing the amountof dispense with the MmC Lllr .* "
trunk la nine about one-half. If we Fold. In the absolute sense, it cannot see how any one can doubt that the 1&"' In the case of the United States I ibetal iu our coins. The Constitution far' as pRlbll. to enhance price ant

compare it with commodities it has depredated airly be said that silver is any cheaper United Stats aidul as it would be to panies.against'the combination of sugar com I says Congress shall have power t, to pay on Inflated ''llt! S
a considerable extent by all other countries coin money and regulate the aton"
very little. if at all An ounce than it formerly waa. In silver standard! How does Attorney-General reconcile h
for countries silver bullion and commodities could by giving silver free accessto I I thereof. If this weal it Is 'bt remedy a 1""llD
Ji. .' Of silver will exchange nearly as this posIMon with the notorious that Congress an.tlng slon or removal of the duty on all
rr.maDl- manufactured goods as it wcnld, have moved on nearly parallel lines its mints at the ratio of 16 to 1. es- facts: In ht"u! to the Coal Trust? of grains of can silver te numbr gold- tides (lntlt by a trust or ft ar c'r

ia 178. and of our great export agricultural -' and exchange for each other in about tablibb and maintain that ratio throughout Here Is a ('OUl .ln:1tion of railroads and i {' shall be met a dollar, the fancy a ItetwM'nnCongress "'
: ataplet it will actually change the came proportions aa they did 25 'the world. To do this we would coal mines operated in at least three I legal unit of.coinage. This power of dolnz this WbcQ would the

t- for more. Under Dermal conditions the years ago. Although some 20U.OUO.OOO necessarily part with some of .our gold States. The coal IB mined in Pennsylvania -j Congress bas been twice exercis In campaign l'Ontrlhutonl come front -

5 tendency of land is to rile in value because people formerly coining silver freely and take silver in lieu of it. This wonld ,of curried the Trust by the transportationlines the boundaries 17SC Congress declared)

of the increase of population. Allowing have stopped: doing so. nevertheless the have the double effect cf making gold of Pennsylvania.across Sew Jersey and- dollar should contain 24 75 100 grains, : SAYS TUB AMERICAN: WATCHJU

for this tendency it is probable employment of the metal in the arts cheaper ,and silver dearer bringing New York and sold In all three commonwealths and in 1S57; tat tile gold dollar should i .

t that silver baa held its own when compared and the larger demands cf,silver stand- them together at a point Komewhere be- as well as In many oth- contain 23 of met The nnt
line trusts and
of silver in mono **
- with land. There are parts of the ard countries have bttn goffident! to tween the present value of gold and the ers. This Trust Is engaged in Interstate I 17U2 at 371%a has never, been olies will money furnish pl.'uty of free ad-;

f'. country where land ii actually: worth keep it on a "parity" with other kindsof present value of diver with the commerce If any agency ever chane. but Ilus. dollar was by lug matter to the people of tin i> '
tea measured In silver bullion than it property. although it is depreciatedby ant effect of raising paces reill1lt'l was. It.is a combination In restraint 1Si made 1-10 cheaper, by re- trj next year. The people uiiu4 to
t. was In 1870. For the roper consideration comparison with gold. If. therefore. whether the prices were rated ,I of trade among the does States. If thaAttorneyGeneral I dada: amount of metal required their educational work thl! year in all

: of this point it is sufficiently accurate Germany the United States and the or silVEr. If by any chance parity be- let him try,to bring a not(':trio believe:!'" of anthracite It,- J i In Its coinage. The authority for firstfixing States where the vote I.clow. It will
tween the metals should not be restored. and subsequently the too late next yiar.Wlien .
. to say that compared with property Latin union bad continued to coin silver coal to New York without tartcnnsent changing b
,' it still the result would be beneficial. The I amount of gold to be contained In a -
: in general silver baa about the absolutely certain that the two : of the Tmst. I
I coined gold dollar has been the people once rerogcixe that
BUM exchange value as it bad 25 years cMals would never have parted com increased demand for silver wonld unquestionably There-'is so much interstate activity never the line .
: between theIr
questioned. If it I not now to be Intern*
!-,. aga U there baa been any decline. it is pln: ). ,It is true that the production of raise the value considerably in most trustthnt. It Is Impossible for I fluestloneil for the first! Hm nf whatr'onseiruence that of the uwuey power and trn.ant.
i" feu amall I. silver baa! largely! increased but the increase and the "50 cent dollar" of which Mate authorities to set; at them. Of 'I,.. : isthe-authority: to issue squarely drawn and that there U'-no !
* On the other band the exchange valueL baa been less in proportion than ne hear so much. would be impossible.B course* Federal laws will lie of no use, legal tender paper? The currency humbug about It. all the UK*)* and ,

c., parcbaninz power of gold-las .1 v. as that of gold between 1848 and 1870. there is scarcely room for reasonable eithiT.hy as men long who: ns do they no are want admlnist"red to enforce !i,. can b debased; that is, cheaper dollars galling guns In the country ruQt,prevent
S tlkl'lWul1)'increaJlt.'I1 Compared with At that time both Germany and Austria I dontt that parity would be re them. be made just as effectually by them from crossing line.

Hra.!. it baa nearly doubled. It we con- demonetized gold but the open mintsof stored. It is certainly bard to see howit The best service the Democracy can .! decreasing. the amount of metal In a -
'. di'.r tboM two tbiro; alone it i* im England France and the United could make things! any worse to try it ;, render to the country and Itself is toreplzwe coin dollar as by keeping the coin the In ISM the of Democratic party paid .
H. F. BAETKE. officials like I.[ weights as they are and issuing no penalty Cl.1ldlll by ..11
- possible- say wbtther KolJ has gone States fully sustained it. and the parity AttonieyGonernlGrips i matter what amount of legal tenderI overwhelmingly, ct"trtfl the .1
Up or silver down. We only Luow that with silver was nnbrcken. with public servants.who will The Post calls a 50- of that year UM.

When we extend the comparison farther I Leaving Germany out of consideration. POLICY OF EXPANSION. crush the criminal trusts. I I pJr.111{ be a easily made of platform 8 vitalized the party ClaCc 11

_I and find tint gt.ld will hU buy very let us now look at the probable gold as of River or that it took a lmp:11 fund lielleve
; BMtly twice ad much of irodCee in general effect of keeping the American mint Wrong In Theory and Practice and THE INDIVIDUAL OF LITTI.E ACCOUNT.Plutocracy The that pap.tie Constitution to twenty, million to

! we rectiv new luht \::aiu. we open. Ou the 12th day of February. Contrary to Our HUtion. the entire authority regulate pull the lIsnuIaCkTelandIIelmnoui.McKInley -
Buy say that coiuuicditi: .. have gene 1873. the coinage of the standard silver From the tenor of the tumultuous has no terrors for Prof. money as to quantity and quality was crowd through.

_'I._ down or that pcld bus .cue up. becunstt dollar was stopped. At that time the erpression: : cf disapproval of the policyof ..UbionV.'. Small of the Chicago University. vested absolutely and exclusively In t .
Though he dwells beneath Congress. is not within the
:c. Value U tumly a ul:.live term Cut silver in the dollar was worth a Email expansion expressed at the mass the root of the )in.-titutlon; that Rocke- of the Supreme I to interfere province DEOBATIC SPAR&

\ When We cntae t.. cotiJt'r tho cane cf fraction more than the gold in a gold meeting of anti-imperialkta? ,at the Central fi-lle4 jillt and draws a salary origi I' with muck lest to Cur. this Con- -

the change an entirely diamnt! question dollar. Bad the American mint remain Music hall Chicago the other afternoon naily extracted perhaps from the yresKtdnal discretion. Suppose the "Organised wealth In this baa
5I,9 adieu It III pi'rfifHy:' (;L\ imis that ed open. it is not at all likely that thoseof it is very apparent Indeed. that ruined rivals of the Standard Oil personality of that court to be so re I become a public enemy." lid Jaa.
-p the Value of all things must neciesarily the Latin union would have closed. President McKinley baa not sized up Trust the Professor fears not to talk cnstrct and In view of what oc P. Travin of -Ky.
the in which "the currents of des- acainst! the capitalists and the trusts. I with this lijralI CvluJoD
tot luur uniform and .tal le. less! easily This ie evidenced by the fact that those way ( "If the D monopolyshall
'k t't'kd._ than the value of any one mints were not closed! down all at once. tiny are flowing! through the hearts of .In.a"recent speech btto.rI a companyor I I IAI.-A-J---tender decision I this,a is not improbable. ) ecliuse the silver maun. we e.b,'
V thing. It nrtaitly nttus mere reasonable When they found themselves being tLe people" as closely as he imagines .Meinouist ministers ne said: ; inai a OelSlJ conic oe secured oei'tar the moot I* tbJr''
"I am spending my life In the studyof log legal ten.lor paper unconstitutionalThen "Ii'liii'
to believe that the change Las been crowded by bullion from the mines and he has. The Argus howEVer. while op- sociology because I bt'liew-and I I sUlRe'a President and .Con- f'l \ lkhun.: Maw.
affecting the melted silver of Germany besides. pt sod to the causes that led to the war i "He who choose to
produced by some cause peculiarly see more and more reasons for the be- gress to be chosen favorable: to more emulate ( rcat )
the one thing-gold-than by a they first limited their coinage to a certain in the Philippines and deprecating the Ihf the lonzer I study-that the social abundant and cheaper money. The Britain in her peculiar methods of

cause afi ecting the many thingsname. amount each year. A few months circumstances that brought na into any system In which we live and move I''I court decision would not be in their building empire on the charred village
ly, the commodities. later it was limited still more. Other conflict with the Filipinos, yet be- and have our being Is so bad that nobody way. It would: only l>e necessary todiminish and devastated bind of sUnzliteiedbarbarisms
Let us then consider briefly what has limitations were imposed from time to lieves at all times in standing by the oan tell the full measure of its the amount of silver or gold may do it but lie shill. not
i government! where it is opposed! by hosti'e iniquity. In this age/ of so-called : In a metal dollar. I Congress follow- do it In the name of Thomas Jefler-
occurred daring the List 25 years the time but not until 1878 was the coin Clark .
democracy we are getting Into the the of Japan should en sn-obo Ridpath.
tendency of which would be to peculiar age entirely suspended. This plainly indicated elements within or without. and. thrall of the roost relentless system of lil that example I ol dollar instead of 2314 "The Issue will be in _\ we
17 affect commodities gold and silver an 'unwillingness to step the btrong as we are in the conviction that ; H. f
economic oligarchy; that history thus grains, contain only 1(4111 to l>e controlled by time eosmoimlit!
respectively.: First commodities. The coinage of silver. and had the United the policy of territorial expansion: beyond far records. grains no inll Justice of uI money iower or are we to IN f re* men
""advocates the gold standard attributethe States mint remained open the Latin the leas is! wrong in theory and "That capital from which most of p-t'mt Court who did not court 1wp'aehnwut of this great Kcpl.lr! notliln! mo-e,
great fall of prices to increased pro union would have bad strong support wrong in practice and contrary to our us. directly or indirectly get our bread would decide against Its nothing lessr-Oliver H. I". IMnwnt

duction. The weakness of this claim and it is very doubtful if it would have national mission yet tLe withdrawal and butter is becoming the most un titnti.nality. .
his in the absence of proof to sustain limited silver coinage at all from any position that the nation had democratic. Inhuman and atneictic of Of what possible moment then I! a GOVERNOR I> .
assumed tinder fire could: not for an instant all the heathen divinities. It breeds decision I of court. one or the other IXUREP TRt'an
it The theory which underlies it is In this connection it must be under- tl.
children, only to devour the bodies of way. upon constitutional authorityof
that the in which the stood that the chief disturbing! element be thought cf.
year 1875. great some and the souls of others and toY | Congress to provi.le for the issue ofI "The trust decline of prices began was the beginning at the time was the melted silver that The principle nevertheless remains. >"t out the spiritual eycsizht: of ,the im'1fmllt, lesal tender paper when than our 11'1111 \e ever
of an industrial revolution. That Germany was disposing of. It was not and. after the United States has conquered I rest. In spite of the historic campaigns the same practical. rul can be obtained .- faced slavery and m-vston alone excepte.1 .
prwioasly$ production was carried on known just how much Germany would opposition and accomplished the fur liberty in spite of the by a : the quantityof
by the inoat primitive methods while sell or how long the sales would con- right; by force to assert! itsElf. the ac- achievements of Christianity there the mntnls In our coin dolars. the "These are three of the evil of the i
aobseqnent years have witnessed the ti ue. but plainly they could not be kLowledgment by a nation founded on has never been a time since Adam was constitutionality of which never tut--Inn's of price "-hi-a| euuir!
born when the individual, counted for ; ? of the quality of the product and lowi .
ract startling improvements in mechanIcal -I kept up very long. and. aa a matter of tbacnvicticnthat. all just powers liredHi'ed <0_ "..... __ .._ft".1 .... "..._ ftft ._ A.._ lon. (ontro\'E'rtl.. n. L .rlni.. .nf. trniriHi... .
from the consent of tbe :-u nil Ul ..U. I "lllllf Hit monetary ( 01 me country Mftvo."The
contrivances, with the result of an fact they were stopped! in 1879. Very I governed LUil. Jit' policy trust drive the small
Compared with worthy his been I repeat by the Constitution manu
Immense Increase of andconsequent wild stories floating around of the duty it owes to the Filipinos!, any conCp I
production were con tion of what society must Intrusted to the legislative branch ot tal'hnr and the merchant out of business. .
The theory Is cerning the fabulous richness of the to the world and to itself will comewith .
life Is to be tolerable the socialistic Indictments the government which Is at-short In- H\
plausible but the foundation ia lacking. American silver mines and when the all the more of the virtue of right against our civilization are I b'raJI under the direct control of a "For the puniose of n.ludnl ex-
Every middle aged man and every United States joined in the warfare eousness.-Rock Island Argus. essentially found. As abstract I majority of Its voting citizens. Any liciises and limiting Ilrul.tuD I.UuUup ;

0 Well read young one knows that the upon the metal. its own product it was sitions these diagnoses expose propo\\ attempt by judicial appointees .of factories and 4.MI t army ofunemployed.
great industrial reolation-the era of but natural that the countries of the Ready Reliance on the Military lrxlmRI troth the sMstly whatever dignity directly or Indirectly .
extraordinary inventions-was between Latin union should take the alarm. No sooner was a strike threatened in I til' ant injustices which our present to contrd It I!a usurpation anti I am.quite "The forcing of waten- securities j
I upon the et i Is not the uf the
( snnrt'fies. sure that with the ll'a.t
WO and 1870. Since the latter year But suppose! the mints of the Latin Buffalo recently than General Peter C I'Ontutionalp'lwr : evils of trusts. .,
in Consress t
1 have doubt whatever that the *
laity improvements have been made. union had been closed just as they were Doyle of the Fourth brigade of the state vast majority no of capitalists are good I; jrst''vs. coupled with crentf the adlltonal power II "The ones who ftf1 an- tin lm< -
of coarse but nothing baa occurred in and those of the United States bad remained militia. ordered a guard mount at the capitalists. They operate strictly withIn imue.ichnieut, no such usurpation will cent who purchase thl t'urltt.s.Investment
that line of an extraordinary character. open? What. then. would have armory in preparation for being called the rules of tlt game. Nevertheless l... toIN'tlt The delil.erate decisioni \ I and the ,' WOMICH
Moreover improvements in mechanical been the effect t. out to suppress the disturbances which capitalism is a /good game, and It i majorltr of our voters expressedby who are thrown out of eniploj tih nt.
result. Aa has 1 Is business to the II I tn>!r ballots Is just as absolutelyartloritmtive "The entire l'hl'I.' of the trust In In
proceseca only cheapen products by increasing As stated at the cntset. no cne is might Doyle : no authority our see reason why. human. It treat I-.
I to call out the militia for such would niaVe Infinitely more for In respect to a <'Olstruc mn as : :i.t and
the quantity. It ia not a question justified in speaking ex cathedra on purposes .I I Irohoull I tinu of tht' Constitution as In respect degrades him to the 1,0"ltln! of a
of facility production. but one such a question. But every reasonable bis hasty action reflects the existence of humantnll 1''t'I' dollar the of ,wE'alh :1 to any other question of governmental lln't.
of quantity. The beet attainable records probability is in favor of the maintenance a retty decided disposition to lean upon we could!: have( .Instead of It e ,,I''policy. Xo select body of apllolntt I "The srovrth of corporate Influruc

show that the increase of produc of silver on a substantial parity the soldiery in labor troubles. He is aii'l honesty and justice and Inllust I i for life can INtthwl.t the I Is a mmwnaceto the free In"titiil: .u4 of

tioo wu very much greater during the with gold at the ratio of 16 to 1. Thatis general freight and passenger( agent for (frith! tli'nn to .led much fnrtlier Into I| will of this 1"llty. our (-nntr. ,
, atrlier period than during the latter the holding of silver at about fl.29 the Lehigh Valley railroad which was this devil's lance of capitalism." were possible this w\111t not be I republic "Tht will dlvid IW |K- "" rf
interacted corporation in the strike but an (. this country into t131.11 III hue
I AabaJbeea more than once stated in per ounce in gold. The United Statesat an classes-masters '
tbcM columns from 1850 to 1870 the that time contained over 40.000,000 Springfield (:Mass.) Republican. AN IMPORTANT FACT. "'I.tl are (conceived Ini .lan'in

4 annual increase of production was 2% people. and the population was increasing THE REAL ISbC& but they .'nISI the river t<>X.Yo ,
per cent during the latter only a littleever more than 1,000,000 a year. Mile Likely to Hold HU Job. 'J to set a H<-HI*<' to lite.
1 per cent. Still between 1850 It was a country of high prices. new So finding against General) Miles! by There Is still another fact of impor- "I 1.11'\1 that <>nrernni.*ut and mu
court will have the least tuicf resrardiiiK these great combina The money or currency of the United sail .
military <'is-ratioti of
tad 1870 average prices rose some 18cr and undergoing development on a gigantic any ; ownership {
tioas; to IK It havea States lie divid-d Into two
f'lsill.'red may
effect EO long as he holds his position as may railroad raPvay. *. .- irtelijht.
de- Itrt .
in the
24 cent while since then the scale. No other country '
ps most important bearing on their future. sreat classes lay" the lil.is! Ststt- water and other uiliti"will !
than 40 cEnt. world it in for the commanding general of the United 'IIIC .
diM has been more per approached capacity I HI' istl'r. The one flri l\d the help solve the '
Bach a change U nothing Itea then astounding absorption and use of money. In that States army. The animus of the ad With every ('Ot hdation the nominal I soveruinent and Ute other by) lbs arises from the encroai-UuM-nts. of which c'ur-
nnlem we can find some cause respect it was vastly greater than Germany ministration is clearly revealed in the capital; of tie new company ex- banks. The Hrst'tla fur Ltcnt&1dOf anyinereqnestionOf and free coinage in this country coarse directed against General Milts :.et'tls the aggregate capitalism of the qrate to the business of tit countrr.
production. Considering that alone would have far more than neutralizedthe in the report approved by the president! concerns before coiM>l'ilatiou. In a anti we are (dejwndent ujmn private A GROWING ISSfKAH
but the prediction that Mr. McKinley torse proportion of iUtntl'1 the original co.forations to furoi-I the residne.jTHs .
look bad
L price should have risen. We moat action that empire. We very tO
guess al
farther for the cause. little metallic money at the time. and will not request the general give np rlulr C.rllorltol/8tO'kl. The excess of watert capitalization I j most as absolute II'irlh'ci.! I'WIIIltnl.If tliese signs of tic times (
; I.dlna glance BOW at the status of $ in silver could easily: his job can be made with absolute certainty. of the combine over the as if ihe.v issued it; but til 10DI'\ I jment for tnnulcip.il; eu ntrhlil, "f.rt..llt

auld and IN if anything extraordinaryncfnned have been taken into our currency .-Kansas City Star. citalizat'.oa! : of It''Ompontntrmpan- I l'nt'lt'Ith this and demand! tit'I I I|' be tenured by anyone who ,1,1 to

'-- with.. reference. to that. Up within the next ten years had it been it s represents little or nothing but wa I \ eury dollar! that cir- I keep In ,tOl'1 with_ Arl'r"11 .ntlJment -
-- ---- -- Know Their :Man. ter. But the earnings: are !dilates as -the civn 1-y or of ( cour nf isittics.
totiM 1871 there were just two possible for ue to get such an amount. : I txpcte money hul I Ib. -
year using gold I During that time the average annual I I McKinley has the reputation of standing I to pay good divMends on the wut'r lug it. and the 11:1111 I y bavfinr exclusive It Is evi.Uut fi.it great "-!Idatl.
of importance
Cations by his friends. If the men who ere well as on the solid value In thl stocks.At right to issue It. And this I.I |I. i! in taking place Iu ttmIl II. <.( tho
These about $90.000.000.
exclusivity standard money. production was only I InevitaI I I I of .
millions of dollars first this may lie done !ut the question involved In the free silverIssue people large I.t .
"7 rer. England and Portugal with a and of this India alone took an averageof investing every day I My the time will come when It cannot :: : Shall the government-the people t very much as If the majority ,.f vi>t n I
total population of about 40.000.000. about 124.000.000 a year. At the in new trust organizations had any I IH done without either making the -control the amount of money In : In several big centres of trails tin, Industry
la that year Germany having demon- outside figure there would not have been doubt about what his administration :lublie pay more than the real value of circulation or shall it lie controlled by Lad decided to go Into tlC tm t
etised gold in 1857. resumed its coin- more than f40.000.000 a year left for proposed to do. there would be a mad the article or reducing the cost of pro- privateorpornti.mus? Tim.eoj"tjti'- business mi to ni -ak. !. I..h the
; and suspended the coinage of the us to absorb after all other countries scramble to unload trust stock. But 'nction still furrier in which case the ,1 tion say; that "eonrl. (shah have whole body |>ol.tic ImteaJ of a few

ate This action bad had been supplied. Probably 30.000 they know McKinley they own Griggs, orkmen must bear at least their full tie rIght f? coin mooney and regulate 11nltt'rlnll c'pU.to There may
larger silver piece and Hanna is one of them. So far aa lare of the sacrifice. The outcomemy the value! thereof: "Wall strtt-t \" :ints f'ortoll. msmnrsi. tint the indlca-
silter. 003 would have covered the amount.
feat little effect: either upon"gold or then tie the eolapse of the com- to violate the constitution: rndlate:! the t'n.tr will see
'The mints of the Latin union and That we could have taken 30.000.000 the fidence trust has magnates been uLy are rlStOled.Kanw concerned con- any or the !(,\ :!! down of I Its capitalization th> ale of nmnry. Thnfs the 1It surprisins i>l'Je't 1'11' and experiments I'J
the UniUd States aa well as those of $40.000.000 or 50000.000 will with disutrr! to the Investors. Which shall It be-congress orValI within not reW jearn.Cleveland ,-

: pat analler cons trie*, remaining open. scarcely be questioned by any one familiar City Times. street? _ Leader (Era..) _ '
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T.g.th.rWttAC.mw..tpr.p.redbjWm. ,
Comni.BU by Wm. K. W nhr-8BfeJ
K. tlih.r, for O.a.r aille.dllle-For COB* Th. New Ufa la Chrfct, CoU Si 1-15- WitH Comment By W. K. '.. f LACES EMBROIDERIES end NOTIONS.

tr $U.ratUBi laUm>.....,. FUuim, U pared fur C.. .r League MdFer .
Ooldta Teats Ll the P.ae..f G.d Bale .
turn St 17. (A Ten p.rtac Ue.tlnf.) U Tear Heart, Cut Si 15. (Slay be Vied -wee, II Coatldemloa Tin. >i 1-7.: THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE 4..

At each recurring temperance meet. *i m TempiruM LBUOB.)
far the Paul's description of the
be Temperance Committee should "If ye then be risen with Christ, times that. should come In the ,
to make
ready a special assault on
g the leek those things which are above. are very applicable to our
curse of Intemperance. Not
only where Christ sltteth on the right hand if FURNITURE.
generation men were ever
they attack King Alcohol, but "
10 of God. of their own selves (or abilities)
n'l'1thlng and who Isr
Before we can be risen with ChristIt ers proud heady, lovers of
poi aiblc for the wreck and ruin Sewing Macninex
Is necessary that we be dead with more than lovers of God, : : ,
wrought by the Baton. Ulm; the old man must be crucified form of godliness but The Best Machine Made Light Running nod
To ivunifeU'uUy and unrelentingly ::1 : Nol+elees !
with Him that the body of sin might
:'= fight the of power thereof; it Is now, and
ravages rum may cause '
be destroyed that henceforth
advice to Timothy Is excellent
Home friction, but it will work out
for should not serve sin; for he that is for us: "From suet things turn Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk till

; our Mr.good and the benefit of the Nation. dead Is freed from sin (Rom. 0; 4-7)). I We are not to understand tresses made to order. A Complete I

: Lincoln once bald that a Nation Being thus dead, we are to live unto i&eant that Timothy was not Hue ofFUaNITUFLE
could not live "Half slave and half
.; five half the righteousness through the resurrection aeavor to turn them from the
drunk and half
; sober. He
power, and if we have this their way for this we are all
; wan one \}f the great factors in making and Indeed of all descriptions at Rock Bottom
f power are risen with and do it always and with Prices "ash
It all
'I: free, and the great need at pres- Christ then we are to seek those things suffering, but from their wholesale and RetaU. leah, Carriage from $6

e t.. ent Is for an emancipator who willfive which are above-not merely things a their influence we are to turn up to |20. Go Cart, Refrigerator,lee Cb\ U.
fair land of wither-
our blighting
:,: Uttle higher than we sought while we and if they continue in the Etc
tug, drunkard-making liquor traffic. were In the world but heavenly things would lead us astray we ,, .

An honest endeavor along the line -where Christ sitteth on the right away" from them, while we We bare a eon Igninent of Oak Diner and :

4 t., of Christian Endeavor advancement, hand of God. to pray for them. Reed Rockers that will be sold very low M* t.
will lead saloon the
: to
opposition saloonkeeper ;
c Set your affections on things above, The great army of Epworth handle the FantODe Cleveland and KauLirrBICTO.ES.
will thatopposes
i& anything t' :
oppose and not on things on earth." .
ers especially to ponder r
his business and the active
r Where your treasure is, .there shall the sentence, "Lovers 01 .. \
Christian Worker will bee the necessity -
your heart be also. than lovers of Gou." It is .' Especial attention given to oar Mall Orders. 'r!

of opposing the saloon. Having died to self and sin, the many are numbered among We inrantee Satisfaction both In goods; and if'f
The Were tact that some of our
Christian tyves by the faith of the Son that some profess.ng Christians rtlce Call on ns, or end in JOur order 'o i
friends WilY unconsciously be supporting of God (third verse). Being hid in God, luded with the thought that the !
the liquor traffic, should not deter IS "d 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FL1.21 .
Cowles says, "As the infinite sphere of I
of Jesus Christ is an \ ONLY 18.00 ,
ia etforts toward its overthrow
08 our ;
all your life, your love, your aspirations eau, or a great educational *-
we must not even count our lives dear D. E. COOPER MTg Co.
activities. In
your voluntary if it was either of these, It
onto ourselves. The saloon is the revised edition the word
"appear"In right and proper to _
its -
grist "open-door" to hell; through -
the fourth verse Is rendered "mani
deavor hold
to the young
instrumentality, precious souls, for fested." Christ Is to be manifested in church what to the !
by ,
whom Christ tiled, are.going down to the world by the spreading of His questionable amusements say Chas. N. Welshans

everlasting destruction-are we doing Kingdom, and In 'the lives of Ills we turn from that thought i
what 'we can to prevent this state of
saints, and eventually when lIe returns church and look it
upon as a
affairs A plea of Inability to do anything -
In clouds of glory-then shall we
the church for which
; ; or the quebtion Am I my broth- also be manifested with Him."Mortify" Ills great IHpod that lie ought -STATE AGENT FOR-

er's keeper?" will not aaawer for our (t5th verse) In the Greek unto TlMaself, that it might

actions In the last ;rest day. means "put to dea*." This thought. and htJ.i, without spot, or -

God dom not demand Mupofcdblliti, It is said was suggpHted by our Lord's any such thing," surely then Longman & Martinez Paints .
,;. neither does he require us N w renpoa- command to cut off the right hand that "
see to keep or get people
does Insist UAt
Bible for result, but he
and pluck out the right eye if they should
church not
we waste
hj we shall be fathful to him In the discharge J
; of our duty-"Duty is ours; results caused us to offend. Every member of In providing them with .... Lime Brick
our body is to be brought under the teaching them about the poets Shingles
are Uoo'1f we are true in our control of the spirit of God. and so be history and characteristics of

actions we dare leave the results to kept free from the power of the enemy thor of the latest novel the Cement and Coal Tar. 1

him.Our also has to do with other of our souL Covetuoufcnebs is idolatry of the church of God do
topic because it Is a practical worship of the
the neither should they desire these
kinds of intemperance beside user
things which we desire In a covetu- but the desire of their heart
and there be Agent for Sickler's
ot strong drink can many Peerless Cement Plaster.
in ous way. be, "Sparer my God to Thee .
lines of thought emphasized connection
/ Instead of "some time" in verse 7 "
and this desire
Thee, can only
with the subject Many pleasures the revised version reads "aforetime" tiled by having more and 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10-11.08
harmless of themselves often.
:I "The two expressions-walked and love of God shed abroad in
lead to harm through over indulgence,
in them at the wron lived-Involve these two distinct Ideas Instead of loving pleasure to do Your
or participating :;
the character of their actions
devoting !
love Him
God we
time.and The bicycle Is but a great Its Intemperate convenience I and the condition of their Ute9 ." than our own lites. LITTLE. BROS. 1
a pleasure
"Me not to the other
and runs one seeing ures of all kinds should be
use-by scorching century that ye have put off the old man with and special agitation and
-has brought many of our young people i
to an untimely grave; so of the bl- his deeds"Modern should be waged against that FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE
and '' COMPANY-
evangelists preachers
t' cycle and many other means of pleasure destroying socalmpleasure! JI
have been severely criticised for "
It may be said that it is the abuse at the woos cup. It may .
warning their hearers against handling!
for to
pleasure a season
and not the use which we are to condemn Jacksonville Florida.
the truth In a reckless but :
,' i but card playing dancing thea- the -flowing bowl, but at
faul in writing to the Colossians,
"stin cth like a serpent and
and Sabbath desecration are
tre going, warned them against this, which in "
always and at all times to meet with like an adder.
our day, is a very common sin. ThereIs Notwithstanding that If Fertilizers
our disapproval and di-nounclation. you are requiring for %Vegetable,
difference in the color of lie
no a ,
these the word of God
While it is to take 'other years
questions beside proper the liquor truffle up in neither white nor black. Do not be crying-out, "Touch not, taste Pineapples etc., write to n. and we can give you I
deceived by the statement that thereaN' "
die not, men and women
the consideration of subject sight
our "vulgar" and lies. more value for than other Mao '
drawn into the whirlpool of your money any j
should not be loot of the fact that it
All are alike In the sight of God. 3'
and unmindful of the j
is the national curse-from an
greatest and standpointthat It is not sufficient to put on the newman i that "no drunkard shall enter ufacturer or dealer in this State or from aty .I'
economic social moral
i ij
we have to contend with therefore -j ; we must afterwards constantlybe dom of heaven," they other State. Write for pamphlets, price, etc., j :
renewed after the Image of ChristftiAWA
in their mouths when
that question should receive'the that .._ ___ '. __
: must >u* _a gradual .**.nnnvatnday ._ L L.
: pan 01 our attention. 4 "" v. v 01 their Draw, their to above address. o.IZ-vn
by day of the new character
and friends and will
The following: quotations are taken
from the "Christian Endeavorer's which has once for all born put on. cause of the! damnation of Bulletin'S.
I- God is not a respecter of persons All Intemperate pleasures
bally Companion:
(11th verse). ATTENTION
We may say that the matter of discountenanced and MERCHANTS! ..
Instead of "bowels of mercy" (12th ,
the of '
Ilquor-sellim! is "none of our business, on queston
verse), the revised version reads "a
the-l1quor traffic too
but It will In some maketelf gards
soon way "
our business.To heart of compassion. These fruits of cannot be put on the poIIi .. THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS
legislate about other matters and the spirit ire to be put on by the power league and church takes in
of God working in us. Ethical cul-
it_ tight inirl'ft measles the temperance but>> give question small-pox is free to tire, refined<< influences, or ('aN'tult'llnloJr to uncertain that legalized tones curse."any We ork Is prepared to deliver EXPRESS PsirAiD,'to all repoaii! parti"BOTTLED

of themselves, will not meet who favors, or refuses to
(:. acwjte.Most. the requirements. SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc.
I churches refuse to admit a saloonkeeper the liquor traffic has no

if to membership. Now it is 14. "And above all things, put on pert nor ought it to receive Patronage of Dade County Merchants Solicited aid SaiUfutim G.uaatte4.-. ..
which is the bond of
charity perfectness. Christian man." Do !
not enough to keep the saloon out of any ,
; the church: we must take the church that? C. CASTELLANO. I'rop. HIAXI. FLA.
, a "Love is the
Barry says: generalprinciple ---- Il-24-tf
Into the saloon to the saloon's deetnictkra. -
} harmonizing graCt'8named I
is safe
In time of war no city ii
l above. It is to be put on above i
with the enemy encamped at Its gates
no matter if the enemy are kept outaldw all the other graces; as "the ou rgarnu.nt We are taught In this lesson
which holds the others In j
pray, habitually,
i. ,: the wall The only safety lies in I
:; i. A sally and a batte. their places, the power which unites faint not to be discouraged if i
together all the which make
graces up get at first what we ask
t A man went up to a door of a baggatecar "
. and asked "Is there anything perfection. knows best We must not
fr' 15. "And let the of God rule In
' peace pray. If an unjust judge will
for met A keg of whiskey was rolled ,
!:. ouLn) thing else r' "Yes" said your hearts to the'which also ye are. answur how much more will

( the baggage-masts r; "a gravestone thatgoes called in one body; and be ye thankfuL" His own elect. The argument ,

with that whiskey." the less to the greater. He F

_ [ s A Welshman, who was a great Among the true followers of Christ ly cares for Ills people. And Sun -

" drunkard once got his goat drunk. this peace pervades; it abides amid the time may seem long to tb

Never afterward could he persuade trials and temptations! sickness and I still short, for It is not
t' that goat to enter the door of the sa sorrow. It can be manifested in the ment beyond the proper hour.

t: loon. Struck with the animal's superior church only as It is manifested In the 3; 9. 9. .

or good sense he himself reformed. i Individual members. The second prayer Is that <
: Annwerml Prater Pharisee and the Republican.

HI.*!.* Not.. I There Is now in Crozler Seminary to me that these two prayers
and should not be separated
: Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, of Marsh studying for the ministry, a young ;
5 p
I clearly set forth the human b
man whose faith in God is positive in
e .. field Mass., during his vacation has
organized a Congregational Church in I:. his life as will be seen In the following careful children how you Prospectors and Inquirers
Incident are speaking: to God, and only
Havana and is so sanguine of its future :' ,
ious blood of Christ covers
that he asks to be relieved of his Three or four years ago he passed
, ,'. present charge. I through the severest test that occurredin nature. "God be merciful to ,

i One-eighth of the Pagan population his college life. Dependent entirely more acceptable than to tell Will find THE TROPICAL SUN
whole lot of things we think .
,. In found In Africa. From Senegam- upon his own efforts for finances,
and He knows we are not loaded: to the muzzle week with
bla. 4,000 miles across to Abyssinia, there came a time in his Junior year every
want is to be
when cash became and
t there IU'niut.ty million people and very scarce
; accepted of Christ and not just the information they want.
I one hundred languages into which the fifty dollars was necessary to finish a

L. Word of God has never yet been trans the year. Unless It came from some show of our religion. "For Try it and be convinced.
exalteth himself shall be .
latf'd.t' unexpected: source he could only see
before him the of he that humbleth himself
According to the Scottish Endeavor- prospect dropping;
k' ere fifty Chinamen form one Christian his studies at a critical time. He told alted.-Luke 14, 11. The Subscription Price-1 year, $2 ; Six Months, |1 ; Three Month, Octl
seek to be honored above
f' his troubles to but God. He
1' ; Endeavor Society China. They make none was
shall be abased by God. He I
.i It their chief work to go: out among !, willing to quit college and work but

.. the villages on the mountains and talk to borrow be would not. Still, he was humble and"shows it by of Fine Stationery

. : to the people. Inviting them to hear Impressed that God wanted him to re- be exalted, honored raised

the mission-tries. main In school and would open the dlgnity.-Prov.; 18. 19; Matt :
" 29 1"4 12 James 4 6. Its
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The Woman's Guild of the Church way.
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fulfillment is in the world ? I
;;, of Scotland, has nnlertaken to provide i I At last funds were exhausted. Instead to
i a home In Scotland for the children ofmissionaries of !going to his classes he spent Trajer is the simplest form

to' In heathendom. Nearly the entire forenoon in his room mostly; That Infant lips can try;

t. .ri,000 have been subscribed and $15- In praying for Divine direction and Prayer, the sublimest .

," 000 are sought with which to secure help. His mind was about made up] reach
suitable quarters. to leave in the afternoon in search of The Majesty on high.

t employment but there came to him an "Prayer Is the simplest form

4p letter in the Prayer is the Christian's
The Important noon mail. .
Archbishop Canterbury, during -
his visit If was from a weatlhy Christian ladyto His watchword at the gates of ;
recent to Liverpool, said .
He enters heaven with
whom he had some months before
,; that the great hindrance to preaching
r ,. r of the gospel all over the world was been introduced. Her letter read as! Will
Never U cut <
follows: oiiftlug. .
the Irreligious life HI by so many whowere ,
A little black eyed and
"I)ear Brother-Mr. B.-recently told
carrying our commerce to other ,
,f nations. Not only millenaries but me of your heroic struggle to obtainan gued Irish street car --_. .
education. The Lord has created Dublin came into the car --- -----
Englishman whose it
every duty
In my Wart a desire to help you, and out in his peculiarly
to visit foreign shores should live as a
,, Christian man ought to live. I therefore enclose a check. May Gal "Wan seat on the roight! Indian River NurseriesBudded

Me** and keep you.". on the roight, ladies an' You...

The check was for fifty dollars. HavIng mek room for a leddy Citrus Trees of every variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon Stock alto fall

I '111. G.m Grew. been merely Introduced to her and Ing." line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section; in.

In the early days In the northwest. she Ming of a different denominationand A big, surly looking man eluding Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Croons 25 Varieties of

.. when the Hudson Bay company laid having so many demands upon her occupying space enough for 00-98 Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips, Etc.
the foundations of great fortunes by benevolence, the young man has never sullenly:
trade with the savages; and a gun paid doubted but that her action was a di "We can't sit any closer." JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, :- WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.

for as many beaversklns as would reachto reel answer to his prayer.-Harry M. "Can't yez?" retorted the ---

the muzzle of It. the skins packed Chalfant. ductor. "Begorra, you

... fiat and the gun held upright. It was William E. Gladstone a little while courtln', thfn." Boarding at Reasonable Rates.MRS. ]

f i alleged that the barrel of the weapon before he died said: "Sermons should It Is needless to add that I

. grew and grew with each successive be made pore human. Not so much! made "on the roight" for the H.tt JAS. McCANN ;is prepared accommodate boardera at her
until the Indian after he had
rhapsody a little more thought
;:- bought It with the peltry had to bor- little more practical application: ;t:
row a file and cut off a foot of useless men in the midst of the temptation barbed wire fence.How' I

: uoetaI ,. and difficulties of dally life." that? I -GILL ON HER roa R"nl'ND Ituoiij_- spit

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I PUMMter >Method AM H.w E.*J x 4Teaeklag l-l BARGAINS -worth BUYINGAT

f WOP\N3 f' Children to Sew. OFFICERS.

The time for teaching a little girl WU.MON yFHILLOlN..--_ Mayor
sewing by givIng her dish towels to GEO.S.ADUoIS Clerk Aatesaoraad Treasurer -

: hem and sheet seams to overhand II PAUL C.JONES ? -r. ,M.rthal
past A better way baa been found

__ :, ana ly and she with learns happily.not grudging 0 Eo.W. PUTTER.___ President '. BOSTON STORE
CLEVER- ... DEVICES longer pushed with The needle is no JOHN B.BEACH .. ,._ ......J.D MATHIS
painful effort

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......, IVMM*'. Car. r.r Chlldrc.. and muslin that are destined to make Council meeting oa the vet tad jd Tuesday in I 9 next week and will sell
each month
: ,at f:3Op. mI.
French peasant something pretty to stock the little
women when
r ,, ebllged to'work in the fields leave needlewoman's hpr doll wardrobe or >bed, .- .' I Dry Goods ooooC>OOOooo
their children or own email lee taKta.
the cradle -
and If
esaarr. tie them in. This is the nee- I She is using her imagination as well

also la Armenia In Morocco, custom and- as her fingers and happy indeed she County Directory' Advertisers gJAT I COST '
la Tartary, In Itiusia and among the may Is there any comparison la ---- I .
point of
Interest between
Cht1Akl the baby Is put into a light a big dlsn
willow basket which is carried on the towel and a dainty little one for play COUNT OFFICERS.A. OOOQC>

bark and held firmly by means of dishes-a small oblong cut from the E. HET8KB.! .. ?._..?.. .. County Judge
ttrapa. The custom among the Afri whole portion of a big glass towel and A.*.QUIMBY.Circuit Court Clerk COME ONE, COME ALL TO

can la still better. Therethe child is hemmed neatly? R OB?. R. TAYLOR......Proeecating Attorney ,

.. carried directly' on the back and held A little girl will like to lean to darn E-J. CHILUNGWORTH-._.-Sheriff Who Use the THE -
.'tr firmly in linen tf the worn dinner B05T0N
place by means of a piece of napkin he feet M. B.GRCBKK -_T xA8e8BOr ST0RE
doth which U brought forward and s to work on is afterwards to be nicely H. J. ANTHONY...T Collector ,

l._ fastened In front of the chest In this of washed her and Ironed and become one Eo H.DIMICK-;... _. ..Treasurer MRS. J, HANDELSMAN Prop..
: manner the child U always carried own little table cloths. And WILL H. MARCUS: Ao..
by RUSSELL,Supervisor of Registration FRANK
the could hemming fail to be WHlllDlB BLOCK
: mother whether working in the the whole alluring when FKANKLYM SHEEN....,.._... Surveyor
field or carrying water lugs her parts of another old napkin Z.T. .
' on are cut into MERHITT__Sup. Paths Instruction
; head. squaresfor small fingers
-< This new method of carrying the to make Into doll napkins? From pieces COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Columns of. fl

f baby has become a constant practice of old handkerchiefs may be cut N.W. PITTS.thAimlu"r; Lake Worth Ocean Steamship

F among the Japanese who are very squares to be fringed for doilies, use B. W.LAINHABT. .... _... .PalDiBeach Company
careful with regard to their children. ful on doll tables and toy bureaus. In W. J. SHONE. .. _...Cocoannt; Grove

t Th* kimono is of such ample dimen fitting up these bureaus with dainty R. E. MCDONALD ____?.....?....ojus "SAVANNAH LINE."
:I: lions that when the folded sides are knick-knacks a little girl will employ W.V. RUSHING..._.___ .Neptune _
pmd open It torms between tbe many a scrap of lace and ribbon an1 Commissioners meet in regular session on

,r tbe t and the back a large funnel- will item to be skilful with her needle. the: Ont Monday in each month: / (! "'-: ., Florida *

shaped space into which the child Is FLORIDA THE ...,
the bead Oldnl Wooi 11'.1'labla America.
pat. alone
showing above the To New
York .
.. edge of the garment; the hands and In the almost universal latter-day uxtxaa ritou BADE COCSTT.. And Boston.

aria are free, so that the child's move. use of the term "woman." as prefixed 8 N.DIMICK Palm Be&ch..............,_Senator

menu are DOt restricted and thus to all kinds of organizations, it is in F.8. MORSE, KIamJ.._""_ ..RepresentativeCObNTY A Short Bail Ride to Savannah

there is little danger of a fall or a teresting to come across "The Female SCHOOL BOARD. Thence ;

14ow. In this way too. tbe baby la Society for the Belief and Employ rBKniTBirosirr or rcBuc mnccrioir, A Short Sea Voyage.

oat exposed to cold the mother s body ment of the Poor." an organization Z. T. MERRJTT ._ ..__".__Lenion City
firing sufficient warmth. founded in Philadelphia in 1785. It XEMBCM TROPICAL Sailing from Savannah:

....... Among other nations the custom is probably the oldest woman's club In a. W. JACK80N.Ubairman.Coooannl or SCHOOL BOABD. 5 ;
earl,'. and the hip. usually the left America. It. was originally organized Grove Ships Each Week 5
one. V.!; 8.KING...... .Jupiter
rapport the child's feet In this case by Anne Parish a Quaker spinster, \. W.GARSETT..- ;.
.. a band holds the baby In place and and was composed of twenty-three .Hypoliuo _. All ticket"agents and hotels
leaves the left arm of the person who young women of prominent Quaker r eral information are supplied with sailing schedules. Write fur fta.

ftrrft the child tree. Among the Malays families who spent one day each 45' sailing schedules, stateroom reservation or call on

" this band Is a piece of cloth.which week In visiting and helping the poor E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER
la fastened on the right shoulder; and needy." When three years after State : SU N Savannah Ga. HAWKINS, Fla. Pa*. Agt. :

among the Itiama-Nlama it Is a large the formation of this society, Philadelphia rectory, Jacksonville Fla. -10-98
place of hide which is cressed over the was visited by yellow fever and

left shoulder and paaaea under the many people fled the town these two Do You Want !

right one. When the women carry ty-threo women stayed with Anne EXECUTIVE DEI ARTMENT. a 1

aoythln; on their beads the back la Parish and fought the disease, raising D.BLOXHAM...Govorno =
ehosMt for the child and when objectsare money eating for the sick visiting! JNO.L. WrORDSecrew1 of State We have them to Sell,and U we nave STEAMBOAT? f
carried' on tbe back the child Is I the dying comforting the bereaved I WI(. H. KEYNOJ.DS" .Comptroller ,. Just none what on hand yon tosuit cant,we can build i

placed on the hips, where it Is fastened and helping the well From that time JAMES WBITFIELO) ...__Treaanre "I
, with foods. This custom prevails to the present this society has had a .I WM.B.LAMARAttorney General

among many negro race contlnooqa existence :W. N.SHEATS .......Snpt. Poblie Instruction CLAIM We are also PreparedTo J

I In this way have the poor of many Membership to the club is inherited L. WOMBWELL. ._.....,Con.AgrloaltPat ors Fnrnihh' i

nations solved the question of being passing down through the eid PATRICK HOUSTON....... Adjutaat General "' I
r '''''.to care for their children while engaged daughter In direct lines from the W.H.MILTON.JR_.......asneyor Ges eta! 1

la their dally work. founders, The management consistsof Offices at Tallahassee, Florida Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. ; "
I a committee of thirteen which has :
, Btt. For CMking Lamb. control of its business affairs the only U. S. SENATORS.' It Is The

Lamii Cutlets with Fine Herbs.- officers being two clerks and a treas J. B/TAUAFEBBO_JackwrnvlllS.X.MAI.LOR7 .
: Trim the cutlets leaving a delicate urer. -. -Pen aeola Write or call on us for Anything: ia

rim of fat on each fasten them Into The home of the society has been U. S. CONGRESSMEN. Our Line that you need.

shape with tiny wooden tor over fifty In the ,
skewers years same build
brush over with beaten lug, and there _..Palatt Merrill-Stevens
during the
4 egg place winter y. M.8PARKKAN j
some neationrd breadcrumbs on a pa months. employment Is given on five ,.......Tamp Engineering: Co.,

per. Shake the cutlets in this, press days of the week to about one hundred SUPREME COURT JUDGES..

tightlr with the hand or abroad knife women of all denominations. The worK M. H.MABSY................_... Chief JiutieeF. BEST JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville .
: ADd fry In a aantepan. Dish dalntilvv consists of knitting. mending, quilting .B.CA&TP.R..A8Iocla: Justice
*ItS >narl> and pour this sauce round and plain sewing/ which Is disposed of B. F. TAYLOB....>_. N *. 1l24PaOl'lUETOa:
R. R.
" moon *. half a carrot. a shalot. and iteaspoonfnl vate orders are also tilledLodigg i'I COMMISSIONERS I f
of sweet herbs. Fry the Home Journal : DAY. Cbainnaa..._ _Galuesvile

r Nn llibt- brown In- nn nnn/-/'a of tiiiftprtUr J. Ie. MOR.GAN- ----,,-___ -__ ..-.._."..........T..1"'_._- --
E then In half a pint of thickened 'Th. Fl.w.r Charm. J.)(. B YAN._._ ..............,.,KMfnn- Established 1875

_, broth Mace boil up. and serve. For The wall of the man There Is always JOHN 1"NRE1.2Y.JI1. Clerk.-. __.AitadiaHeadquarten ;
cooking ap the remains of cold lamb. tonrethiBg being invested and offices of tit Board at Tal.Iaha.uee. .. ,
11 to AdvertisingMEDIUM William A. Bours
try lamb and rice croquettes. MinceS coax tile money out of one's pocket," : & Co.,
S test and highly season with pepIs truly
a Just when
one. you come to 1
h.. |*r. wit and a dash of cayenne. With seriously examine the --.t.---
the wince mix about half the many C Grain Garden
quantit and fads which are constantly being Seeds and Fertilizers.No.
of lolled rice aa there Is of yneat. put in the market with which to enhance .
Form Into balls, dip into egg ant beautiful woman's charms. General Directory. .'

breaiKTiimba. and fry in boiling fat. The latest fad which has been indented ;, 6 EAST BAY SnUff -:- JACISONYIUB, FU.
i fcme liot. garnished with sprig of and which every .man who : '. '
tried IlIral ley. For a good coldntree.. would hold his sweetheart's affection COURT CALENDAR. J I.

In uprine. hare cutlets a la monte. must present her with, is in one sense (Seventh tircmt.) We handle only the Best and most Reliable Seetl A complete Stork of

Take and new half till a dozen small neck cutlets of the word not a cheap one, thoughthe M. S. JONES .............. __. circuit JUdge Hay Corn Oats

with thoroughly done in good original outlay not very great J. D. BEGG3...._.,._.......State's Attornej Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits,
etAffc. a good supply of vegeta- It is called
a flower charm and Is intended .
. bles. Take out the cutlets see that for chatelaine SPRING TEKM.Oscnola Meal, Cotton Seed Meal Both '
a or a Cyrano let Bright and Dark.AT
County In
Monday March.
they are In good shape wt between .
(chain or It may he turned aside from .1
Orange M 5' 4' "
two Iiiards and weight them down till ,
Its orl 'inal purpose and made -
to do
. cold Bruxh over with glaze, and ONcatiuut duty as a photo frame and Lake 4th" N N WlIOLES.LE'I
an ornament "
Volngia Of.Any
i I l colored vegetables on one aide rut with Into thin any pretty, for my lady's desk. Bretard Id 4th.. .". ApriL" State Agents for Tygert-AIIen Fertilizer Co. :

! *nd' itanged to form a lattice pattern.strips It is two round glass disks, concave Dade 1st Monday after 4th Monday Star Brand Fertilizers-Goarantefd Anilysis, Orange tree and Yegru'ule FerttHw. i 1
and !ground Boue Path
convex set in a silver .ta, Muriate of I'o'a.h,
or gold rim.
f Ala f a salad of cold boiled vegetables.with A in April. tillzereUave no superior in the Market,And r.Dphate: fotann, Kanit.etc. TbM t..r.. ,
tiny screw at top loosens the a trial will eon' I ce.
peas to' predominate; put it in an FALL TERM. for Catalogue'n.oe- .
frame and the
I riass.disks are moved. lpg
eptrn dish in Osceola
mound. County.
a flange round Monday in October.
Between these disks <
it is the
.bt .'Utlt.... the ornamented side to fad of the Orange u 2d "
hour to placit two
the fmst and garnish the top of the or three large double Lake 4th "
violets. Now, the man who gives this ..
salad with chopped Voluils Florida
aspic jelly. td
little charm to his sweetheart must Brevard 4th N N Nov.N WEEKLY PAPER Coast Ry.
keep it filled with fresh violets. ShouM
Worked V. ... _
MIUMIB *M On n k 1st Monday after
be allow them to grow faded and withered tbe 4th MOD-
One year after her marriage, Mary then his Jove is supposed to have day in November. it TIME TABLE NO. 20, IN EFFECT APRIL 11. 1_! '

Cowden Clarke set herself to the great cold. GOy SIGNAL SERVICE
grown DEPIJ. SOUTH BOUXD (Bead DewnV .4
tasl of making a Shakespeare concordance One girl has very ingeniously converted i W.CRUNE...............__.,. Observer 89 NOBTB BOUKO ta-a !'.).
which was a constant labor
her charm into a photograph Obeerratory at Jupiter Inlet N.
during sixteen years. (But the work S NCI I STATIONS. adr Doaalr
and the little I
pretty charm
.as not without its reward in the doing holds two photos, one of herself I GOVT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE In The r# Leave.......................
and.JDf' I .Jacksonville....................... t
and It has held its Ucbt House rrife j n
place unchallenged at IDleaAMES 10 8ua ... .j
Jupiter .. .
of her fiance Arrive. ..............At. .... .
and it Ancustine. .. ...... .
a In th.... gratitude of all readers lltle hangs on a J A.ARMOCB........____Keeper / ; .....................,.nct. atone.................................LMV* I8a43p10BSaLeeve ? I ,
for nearly |fty yean.Tbe cute Let plush easel on Tier escritoire. J.A. WELLS. ..........._._... lit Assistant tltpU Ida' ....... ................... li.etm ..........................IM.ArriveJ45p 1'II/p a ..

year 1&11wu; made memorial it be used for its original purpose BENJ.WELLS.. ............ Id Agsistani lOOP 113 1 Arrive ........ .. .............. Palatka..... ...................... -..
In the lives of husband and wife by or as a frame the charm Is the fad of I : Op .IvCa lieav* .... .............. ... airtka. ....................... .
completion and publication of the the hour and they are selling them I U. i. LAND OFFICE. Ollp i Arrive...... .. .. .. .........fean Mateo....... ................. re iUii.

twok. Many tribute were showered just levee as fast Th.. as they can be manufac H.8.CHUBB,!"... ___.._ ".RegiBter T m. Leave...... ............ ........ .Mateo..........................Lea Arrive re ,

open her; but nothing expressed more y are prettier hung on a Offirea at Gainesville. Florida : )SOp U 9Ta Leave.ICbp ......................Eart PalatlM........................L I JflOj' ?s ..
chatelaine: titan dangling from a Ion Ufilp .......................... n "
may the wide recognition of her benefaction :? S TATE or FLORIDA Illp .. Ormond.......................... f LIa
Cyrano chain but they must always t .. .....,....Da.Ttona.".......................
to the'world than ..... .
the band be bupplled with fresh flowers ;p 118p ..............Port Orange.............. $Sii I 01a
aoce chair (partly made from Shakeutetre'a or their G 1-fiip .................. .....Nt' .. 11.
6t .. ''' Smyrna. ..................... ..
beauty and symbolism are locke jP 118p ..... ........ I5.
mulberry tree .......... Oak H U.....,. ....... .. I.
{ ) presented by Up 2 Sop ....;......................Tiromile.City .......................... .. .i I ,
-several ladles and gentlemen of the ...... 81Bp ." ........................ PmaU............ .. III.ii Bla i
S car. .......
PatUotl. .... 1 ... I lip ......
tTnlteJ States. Among other "hon .. SWp: ........................... QJCO& .......... .
A professional at ...... ......................... .: .... > "" .
nurse Leeds, ese Rockieda..v.. .. lYt
pled names engraved it. wrote Eng ssesaese .. ............ (8
upon +ees .
...... 4tp418p ......................... .....
land Eau Game ............ .
Mrs. Clark In one of her letters was remarkably successful in the .. ......... 12'Ie ....
"are .. .....................:...Melbourne.. w
...... .
.. .. ...
tbn M of Austin Alllbone, William <'al'of patients suffering from smallpox ...... 457p .. .;........................Kngeland ..........,.............. .". UiUUSV: ......
diphtheria ...... .......................... lib ...
or In
Cullen Bryant Charlotte Cushman I pneumonia. fact iS* .. SeLa+itan.......................... r
she IFirstClass ...... ..........................St. Lupie ... .. '..
had lost ....
15'PI .. .
never a patient with .. > ... 4
Washington Irvine, H. W. one 1
Longfellow. ...... IUO.( .
..... .. .
................Fort Pierce.,..... .. 4
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George Ticknor. R. Grant White of these complaints. Not long ago, ...... 641p ........... .._. ... lth'oil. ..._ .
an however she had a .... 64' ..................... .. ......
Daniel Webster. pneumonia eas F pT2 .......Jewen........................ N .. ..
which was given bv the AdvertisingRate ...... 8jtlp; ....................... ................ Ol ......
Home kind friend up physician, ......
preserved the very ....... p ....................,....liobeSoaa&............ .. lOL.. .....
.. ........ "
which much to the nurse's" chagrin ...... ........... tea ..
gold coin was the form la which 7S9p88Jp ........... WfcwtJopiter........................ .w
"lie can't live ................ *:atin. ..
fteslel Webster's contribution waci'v through the night"Raid 81i1v .. .." .t Paint Beach................... .w
the doctor. ..... .......................... Boynton ............. .... .. ..._
o. and sent to the author. Webster .......9 ................ ..... Dt-iraJ............ --..--. ..... Il .._ .
once ald of Mrs. Clarke's concordance Sure enough when the nurse went Job ...*. p .................%.....Fort Lauderdale.........:..... ..... .". II,. ".'N
: "Mie bas treasured up every to give the sick man his medicine he Printing Sheet 'i ...........10 loam Arriva" .... .............. Lfjcion City................,.......... t Salt ......w_
only shook his head. The ..
'. word of Shakespeare as If he were her distracted ll.smi .. .... ... stt .....
lover and she his." nun saw her proud record about to i BETWKEX NEW SMVUXA AM OKANUK
be broken and she urged the patient CITJl.Xl'TIOX.... .
o. 6TATIOS .
The marrying age differs In differentMxmtries. to take his dose. :a)p!No.ll i lei i |la Lv........ ... ..........:New + IN'" o. .
Mtiyrna. .......
It "*!1o use." be mnrmurmed. At the SOD 6pH12la ............... .... .. ...... .... P Iii;
In Turkey any boy and girl Office.ie ........ lAke Belf'l .................. ........ rn
"Well sir" sold the nurse In despair Les ................... .. .Oran. .Lv 4ib417pd1 /
... .
understand the i City .. ...... .. .
religions ser- .. .
wbo can .. -
Will .......... .. ... lit !
be ) .
4ap1114Os A. lit
Sent up
vie way marry. In Portugal Spain. "you've got to take ill! And It you d on Ap Orange Junction................... in ssi + a
All trains t.i New
I'll ween Smyrna ant
kill pracire City Jnnecm
Switzerland and Hungary a "'mas" yourWhereupon I>Mly'eice l Sunday. ,
must be 14 years old and a "woman" the patient began to KEY WEST
U years old before they can marry, laugh took his medicine and got well. HAVANA.

rrotertants In Hungary muM t e.od 18' The atMBBcrt of the Florida East Cwt_ Ft t'f a- r are tp lattd! ball f r
respectively.. In Austria Qtt mVI'h.. !mlm.'.. Aabttti plication. From M ami 1 '>t" E> WM
15 boJIaM 8...... City of : p. ToeJay .nd Fridays Amve' *
girl may marry at 14. In France Queen Wllhelmina of Holland g Key Wen to West 1:30 p. m. Wednesdays and Saturday: TrIa 8S toawas'y
ftassia, and Germany the man must be to bed at 11 and gets up very Oe9B S and from K.y with steamer.

J8 and the woman" 18. Her first toilet is a quick one, for : Writ Direct. MI4mU1I1.m.From Key West. Tbur 8:90p.da m. We
mttely a preparation for a good brisk, T !laD" 1811ada" COIIDecthlwftb.tnla
Rockefeller's waft in the On bteamaIip to From Miami. 5 a. m. Mondays and per
Mrs. William hobby i park. these new- amt to &ad West 1p.m. Thnradayi. Amis hey
for carnations one of the greenhousest dons she wears a rough woollen "man from Havana game days. Arrive Mondays Havana ana Thursday Leave Kev 'Well' p. m.
her country place at ScarboroughniiuilnVM tie" made like those of the Frleslanlpeasants. H .,., touching al From Havana. 6 a m. Tuesday at. FriJayc
s. sailing direct for .
Miami. 11
on. being devoted MtJ.1- When she comes in from MEADOR, ; K'y. Wrathuuibbonnd. and Fridays Arrive Miami 9 a. m. Wedneadaya sad m. Tlatlldlll
iwry to their culture. She baa rccentr her exercise she has acnp of chocolateIn connecting with train 78.Th. i 1atnrdayy

receIved 200 Malmalson carnation her room and then makes an elaborate -BARBER 1w _Tune aura ahaw thb times at which trains and Wts be .
from France, having paid. $2.000 for toilet At least the toilet Is ; acted depart U from not rnaranreed the several atanona does the and ports hat their arrival or departure eipecl 4 at to amv th* Un aid>.*
the plants. She is said to spend thoti- made though Wllhelmlna's part ia it IIhop OB yaayta Street, Den door ecttseqnencea angmg therefrom.nor Company hold iteelf re.poaalbkaay daisy! of any

of dollars erery "' Is principally subj,>ctive.. Two maids {4hiddea'e MarJt" For copy of local time card call at 236 West Bay Street.Jaakjoe villa,or adirw

pj nil she import tot bee owIIrplea* I do the active DArt of the making .* Patronage l of my friends respectfnUy wlicited. t k J.f. BBCKWITH.: Traffic Manafer. S. AugunTine.'f J.nBAHXKBA.ar. A t'

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'.;/ \ uif4k uuiformed nights who have sworn loyalty THE FLORIDA .SEMINOLES.tITorU Legislature from Lee County, who secured A SOCIETY GIRL WHERE WE WORSHIP
, and the of the bill for this
, : to the United Saates flag government ... passage _
t J and arc ready to respond to appropriation, said in a recent interview MIss Thornby wu a veritable butter MMMMMV *
, to Improve Their Condition In .
f, any call for service in the interest of the that the appropriation is not for the fly (so every one said), with a fortune; A Directory of the Local Charcfe o
Everglade I
4NidNWQflLD their country The Commander-in. Seminoles as a body but for those living at the command of her own capricious I II and Religious Societies. ..

Chief, MajorGeneral.CaTnahan, offeredto on Cow Creek, and the neighborhood fancy. Judson had never seen her but .

. President McKinley, at the outbreakOf The often-repeated saying that history northeast of Lake Okechobee. he had heard of her, for the humble' IIp'.opal ..nl....

vyJvJ the late Spanish war, over 50,000 repeats itself, finds nowhere a more apt "This is just a beginning," said Captain cottage that treasured aU he h&411l the:I II CriacorAL riie rn-Bethmih-ky-tkt-Sea.
illustration than in the treatment that world belonged to her. The usual, KlV. L. FI .J.uI" IllMHaV. Rectof. 4
. armed and well drilled Knights of Pyth. Hendry. "We expect to spend $ oo Service cvcty bnaday meralig at II .daL
the Seminole Indians of Florida have kindly light had long since died out ol bufl4a5cflb4at3p. M.UiivriiMiiouu 0 0
ias ready for service in free days. each year, and.to do such efficient workin Judson's and the or liT. .Da.Y.-KfttIt* .. h -
only sparkle
suffered from the advance of civilizationto eyes toe heroiul ..ud fourth Wednesday ol cat*
There men in it both privates I the direction of making good citizens
were among
; and into the Everglades of Florida. that ever came from them glanced froma raunin. Rtv. r..r. HIXlI&v,LIs.ctae.
tW1iF. and officers who had fought on ot the Seminoles that not only the State, silent tear. The winter was not yet W.b.AM2i1koJejD,5eenta17.

:i both sides in our civil war. expended Roaming once over a large( portion of but the general Government, will be kto over, but the poor commissioner, .
the State, they have been driven steadily IIlaal,...
: 1 for relief in 1897 one million, two hundred impressed as to continue what this Leg funds were exhausted. There was no Holy Trinity
backward the invasion of the whites
and sixty-four dollars. It is by islature has begun. work to be had; no one to look to for West Palm Beach U
into the until diminished 8trcf will be held renbrtv every Sal lICSal 0
.. founded on Friendship, Benevolenceand peninsula, now, "The Seminoles on Cow creek are not help; and three tiny babes and an Invalid 7Sop.m.UlhBwEpi cop dnt rehtc w. rfICvcrnU
in numbers and weakened by ant PoinwtU Rev. L Ht.
Charity. Charity is its chief corner at all different from those in other partsof wife to care for. Jumctllmilrjr wilt loa"charge MrveU.of UeteMtvkM.LADIES' .
'. contact with ait unaccustomed civilization One of the children had Just openedthe
: stone. Florida. They are the same people GVILD meet e ery Friday at 1.It
I they have their location in the stove door and had .
put something p. in. Mis.GUT I. iUTCAur. J'XiI.Mu.GaanasLbccretasy
The world has always done honor to neither superior nor inferior in morals .
swamps of the great southern section of in. Juson looked away from it to his
HH friendship. The story on which the and ambition to their kindred elsewhere
; the State. The Caseis wife. Their met in silent con-
repetition is told in the following in the State but nearecivili.- II. B..Cba..ts. South. ,1
Order is founded they are It the last stick of wood. __ .._ ._, .. .._ _._ ,...
a cmollAr_.__ GfalA_. rtf_. ttlA.__ nrreaf. mstwAmAM_ ..... verse. was .A L .. .A to 9 A
,r verse : zation, and it is more practicable to conduct and they both of it. Geaeru
that has forced the American Indians of were thinking J p. m. every Sunday. prayer meet
r SERMON OF REV. S. I). PAINE A band brothers, linked frtendghlp'schain schools among them than it wouldbe "Never mind. John," said his wife, In tug Timnday evening afternoon at,7.i$. LKUM' pnyvf
the North and West backward to the meeting Knday it a. 1'reschlagv.
I. We stand together whether in weal or wue, among those in more remote parts of a faint, broken voice. "Perhaps something vicrs fir.-t.MONK! and third auda,. 01 each
In health sickness,pleasure or in pain plains and mountains, until they have mouth u a. in. and ris p. .... latfceevta*.
At th. We...t hide Coogrrgaliouhl Church, the State. will come to us before the day Ing a long aervk-e will be held half aa boar U.
become fraction of .
selfiah to forego a pitiable the
all feeling f
Pledged we great "
"The promoters of the project to establish is over. fore the regular divine aervkc. We wgakl bclai .,
i&NdaNlZhtJuu. 11,1H99. And that pure friendship dues exist. tribes of two centuries ago. They have to have vua present; corniest sad help M ITe
To let the whole world know. the schools are members of the A few gruff, inarticulate words were Fourth Sunday a .emcea will be held atLtnUa _
in both cases occupied the lands as their Friends of the Florida Seminole all he could offer. Judson was ctroni at 11 a. m. At Ilrpolnaa, ill p. H.
The Congregational Church was Disciples of that twain, so famed in story- hunting grounds to which the great I Societyof and able-bodied, but misfortune had so At Koynton I p. m.an. LWaxgiputoe. .'1CODg..satloDa'
noble ones of Kissimmee, in which William Crane J
those yore.
tt crowded its utmost last Damon and Pythian-
capacity '
Government of the United States claims 'bound him down that he was as help-
'i Whose tests of friendship with increasing glory.As Gray, missionary bishop of Florida. is -4.
Sunday night to listen to the Memorial time rolls on and years pass o'er.and o'er, the title, and which, by its pre-emption less as the little toddler that tugged in CbuPsts.kev. ::
the prime All those know .
t Sermon of Rtv. S. D. Paine. delivered ShaU be to all mankind t bright example, laws, the white invader has a right to mover. who yain at his boot strap. .'. I). PAHI rlllttll' Ii

before' Evening Star Lodge, Knights Tilt time bhall be no more. .claim for his own, regardless of the fact him and others composing the societyfeel Suddenly he got up from his chair Services "I 11 *. m. itlT.iMip. M l.aday
Mhnoiand la..tor'. UiOte: LIsa at lOa. .
'1 confident that the will be and m. ;
of Pythias. The church was handsomely i When in the trynnt's power.and doomed die that, with other settlers, the right of money left the house-leaving no worn as Christian Endeavor at 6:30: P. M. Prayer
r. decorated with flowers and flags. The Damon the patriot and statesman, stood occupation for uncounted carefully judiciously spent, and that to where he was going. He was frenzied: Meeting Wedned.-.y at 7 p m. I I, i

StArs and Stripes covered the pulpit and With form erect and death-defying1 eye. least a quasi title. years presumesat the greatest possible benefits from the with grief, and, laboring under excessive -: I

noble the preparations viewed. sum will be obtained." energy of strained emotion walk St. ADO'S Catholic ChuMb. .
floated from the center of the church. In scorn The attention of the State of Florida j
With which the tyrant Dionysius soughtTo "What has become of old ed briskly and fast, finally reached his r.innln.with Sunday.Jaavary Uh. t.... '
The Pythian colors were entwined about blood. and of the National Government has your project wit *... ii.j|.' ;MUM t ad bcrttou emery tuadq .
shed his guileless to set aside reservation for the Seminoles destination-the Thornby home a .t lOo'eIoekLmn. Suid7rhooIst2.. at, ,
the church and beautiful flowers were boon long been directed: toward the tribes of magnificent stone structure at the sides: and Vt.pf t>erlr at 7 Uiu ... u.On I
he not-one only "
His life begged
everywhere seen. the Seminoles and feeble efforts have ? was asked. .'i-ek dar- Uaw wilt I* at 7 .. M.
He craved-'twas to see before he died- of which the splendid lawn stretched
The text was taken from Matthew Aud with them hold hU last eomiiiune been made, from time to time, to secureto "It is in very good shape, and the dayis away hundreds' of feet.Judson's .
not far distant I when the details Eotcl"1 St. hedge, Ho 41, ,
JStiia'sside.And hope,
child, whodwelt on
xzii. 35 : His wife and them some rights of permanency in frenzy hardened Into angeras ot ;
Ilgnt. PythIas,
Then one of them,which was a lawyer, Vben the execution: of the dread decree their resting places and in their hunting will be worked out successfully ard he realized the unjust fate that had Meeti crrt Ft!li>y Xl-ht-Itxc 'Vtnck*"*.. "

asked Him a question, saying, "Master, With patience he'd al-ide. 0 grounds. As a rule, these efforts have the reservation set apait distinct and made her an heiress, and him the aid time. Vtalin i.rkei. oniiaU Uvitai. '
which is the great commandment of the the answer made: free from the encroachment of the white guardian of tender innocent Castle U.41..v i utdw bctuw.&6IIU so
t\ To this appeal tyrant had no further result than to call attention many G IIQ. .. ADAMa.C.C. .f
law f And Jesus said unto him, "Thou "Suppose this favor now is granted the. man, who, in Florida, as in the West, is dependents a pauper! L.P.UIXORT, K.oR.&a. Isj7
the encroachments the
; I halt love the Lord thy God with all exeeutatiinn staid. to on ,territory "I
And for thine "
preparations "It is useless he said to himself
heart and with all soul and of Indians and pushing the Indian gradually backwardand -
thy thy What pledge for thy return canst guarantee the perhaps to ,
with all thy mind ; and the second is "I stand his pledge" his friend brave Pythias, rouse a passing word of sympathy, circumscribing his hunting grounds. despairingly, "to ask for help here, but A Partial List. I
like unto it-thou shalt love thy neighbor AH it is my last chance." He even thoughtthe
said: which has been in that needs to be done now is to have ,
soon forgotten the
On these two commandments f echo of his mocked him &ri--e; (
as thyself 'Let Damon go; take me the laud surveyed and set apart An footsteps Mr. Chas. II. live in Chicago:
hang all the law and all the rush and push of more important and I
as mounted to the door, and as he I
prophets. into his dungeon cast me ; my limbs enchain ; more personal matters. It has been appropriation for this purpose, I am confident pressed the bell he wished that it mightbe the western center of wealth and com.Unations.

Plutarch, Greek biographer! and mor- As hostage keep me, n that my dearest friend only within the past winter that this will be made by some Legislaturein the knell that would summon ner Mr Stricker knows a few

slid who lived soon after the death of .hy Before see his his wife guiltless and,child honest but,virtuous once again life shall sympathy has taken a tangible form, in the not distant future." and all like her to another world. things. He u up on trust capitalization.He .

Christ, said : "You may see States with. end: the organization of the society. which is Bishop Gray, with others, will attend 'h was 9 o'clock. Miss Thornby had has been looking into combinAtioas

out walls, without laws, without coins, DJtbis-but this-and may the blessings of the known as the Friends of the Florida the greencorn dance of the Indians in Just finished dressing for the ball when that stifle competition and &t the priceof f

without writing ; but a people without a godsIn Seminoles, of which extended notice the latter part of this month, with the ,the maid rapped at her door and said: commodities especially those ia I

without without religious full on thee descend. idea of planning the actual establish "There',8: a womngman down In the common use. Mr. Stricker has given
god, prayer, was given through the State press last
exercises and sacrifices has man We all do know the sequel ; how Damon came ment of these industrial schools. hall that Insists on seeing you, and the world the benefit of the following.: t
no January. It was on the seventh day of i
seen." A consciousness of the existenceof At the last moment and Pythias' life 1'as'saved that month, and at the Hotel Kissimmee, That the condition of the tribe is attracting says "that he won't go away until he "I sleep in a bedstead rnand by s |1'I.
; does.
God everywhere exists, and man How Dionysius, struck with o'erwhelming 'I in the city of that name, that there an attention far beyond the "What In the world can he want of 000,000 trust. I II
limits of Florida is shown by an article put my underwear made by a 'JOG000.000 ,-
think of God without shame.
cannot attributingto i gathered some of those who bad seen me?" said she, and then added: "Well,
to himself some kind of relation toward Not only pardoned Damon but pardon craved the injustice that has been done the which apj-eared in Harper's Weekly in if he won't go away take him into the trust. -
Of the two friends who for each other had its issue of from I the shirt made
June 3, which the following wear by a 'rmpn.-
of atheists
Him. A nation
never ex The doom of death thus braved. Indians, and formed themselves into library and I'll be there in a moment"Soon

isted. Man feels that there is a Being [ the society, whose efforts have already extract is made : she came fluttering in in a ooo trust.I .

above himself, whom he longs to 'pro Brothers To so deport 1 throughout our elva our that lives all be may this s.iy our aim borne fruit, and which has given Promise "A pathetic appeal comes from Florida cloud of tulle ana amaze with dia- put on my pants, thread made by a.

and In the in behalf of a band of Seminole monds. Judson had never seen such a 300,000,000) trust.I .
approach. early much than of in
pitiate ages "Friendship with them i is more a greater things the future. .
of the world it was by gifts-the gifts name." It numbers as its officers some of the Indians, for hom a thousand dollars is vision and he hatea Her more than wear shoes leather made by a |i'J,.

of the earth, the gifts of slain animals, In deeds<< of kindness may we pus each day. leading men in the State, apd among its wanted to secure them in the possessionof ever. He wanted to strangle her and 000,000 trust J
when life's fitful fever's o'er, wrench off her jeweis to sell for breadto
So that
their home. This band is I walk on carpet made
the gift even of human life ; sometimesit honorary members are enrolled a few of present b'lo.ooo.'l'
In we'll feed his He stood
peace pass away. starving family.
known the Cow Creek tribe and ooo trust
the of the first born. These as .
WIIS gift the of the whose individual
great men nation,
near the with his In his hand
wild end frantic efforts to appease God What means that empty chair decorated trusts and duties have brought contains about twelve families, numbering and was looking half cap doggedly out I wear the collar made by a $, xmoxo- -.1 f!
with the emblems of mourning? I Their trust. (
have gone never to return. In our days them to ste the need of such an organ-I about seventy-five persons. from his half-bowed head when Miss 4 i iI
It tells the story that one dear brother Cow Creek and Indian Town wear the socks made by a $ ocxoooo
other modes hare been adopted by ization and the work that was marked camps Thornby crossed to where he stood and .) I

"Licit men sought to obtain the favorof ha been called to the Supreme Lodge out for it, Its officers are: President, forty-miles southeast of Bassinger, include said with the airiest good nature: trust.I
above during the Brother J. A about each. have use the matches made by $10,000
God. Some have shut themselves up Rt. Rev. William Crane Gray of Orlan. 500 acres They "Did you wish to see me?

in religious houses ; some have abandoxed Pugh. He loved the Order, and wis do, bishop of South Florida ; Vice-Pres lived in these camps for thirty years, Her tone confused him. Somehow he ooo trust

the world ; some have lived on faithful in aft the official positions that ident Rev. D. A. Dodge of Kissimmee ; and have cultivated part of the land and bad expected to bo Ill-treated, if not I light*the gas made by a f 11.000,000 '

he occupied. He had many manly, used the for but ordered out. Collecting himself, he said, trust.
rest as a hogs ;
of in India some range
t Ie tops pillars, as ; by Treasurer, C. A. Carson, who has served
killing all those whose religious opin. noble and generous qualities. We believe the counties of Orange and Osceola as they have no legal title to the soil, and tremblingly: "Yes, miss, I came to ask I eat oatmeal with a spoon made by s
in the immortality of the soul and if you would let us stay a little longer
$50,000.000 trust.
ions erroneous. their homes and fields are at the mercyof
they thought Senator in the recent Legisiature Sec-
; in bouse. I am out of work and
the recognition of friends in the great who them and your I eat oatmeal made by a $ oooo
In the Old Testament essential; religion retarv. _T. M.. Wilson... _Tr..., of. iCissimmepue. .. any squatter, "An nnt. nA" .. ""nt _"nil__ vnnp.. .".",,,nt 1.
-----4' --- ------- --- -- I'-J --", Jw. o'La
is summed up in the words of the prophet hereafter. I, Its executive; committee; is ; of who succeeds in locating their land ona going to turn us Into the street to-mor trust.I .
In 1862, when the Mate of Illinois was and it from use in coffee made bys .
Micah : "He bath shown man what is George; W. Wilson, editor-in-Chief of map buying title to row." sugar my

good." and what doth the .old requireof raising troops for the government, the the Times.Union and Citizen ; Dr. J. E. some land company or railroad. "My agent Is going to put you out of $40,000,000 trust.lusemilk :
recruiting officers hired an old drummerwho "Land that has been tilled is worth m coffee handled by a 0
thee bet to do justly, love mercy, and Brecht, Government Indian agent ; your house? said she. excitedly. my

walk humbly with thy God? This is had beeu in the war of 1812 to Capt. F. A. Hendry, a member of the more than wild land, and already some "Out of your house," he corrected. $10,000,000 trust. .

the answer to the question how God is drum for them. Soon after they foundan Legislature, a man by whose efforts the squatters have entered Indian Town, "Why. how perfectly horrible," she I eat the crackers made by a $550000'j'j

to be approached. In the New Testa. old fifer who had been in the same societv became a possibility ; P. A. Vans built cabins there and begun to crowd i. exclaimed, in amazement. ooo trust.I .

went the sum and substance of all religion war. These men were total strangersto Agnew, editor of the Kissimmee Valley these poor Indians out of their meagre Judson caught at a ray of hope in her' eat bread of flower made by a $io,-
each other. When the fifer began to sympathetic manner and urged on fey 000,000 trust. j jy
defined by the incarnate Son holdings.
olav the old drummer raised his wolf Gazette ; R. H. Seymour, Mayor of ....-. it be went on rapidly: _t _... ,l.., !_ __ 1. I._ a__ 0
of God,is to lovejCod supremely, and to Kissimmee ; and the four officers of the I nere is a new-iormea society is "If you'd only let me stay in It a little i 0W: G' uiai 19 uauc uy U f yjuuuooo
skin cap looked into his eyes and said, Florida called the Vriends of the Flor. trust
nei .hbor
love as yourself. Nothing
your society. The honorary members include longer mebbe I can get work soon, and
said about articles of religion or five "Jim' did you not play that tune when Hon. W. S. Bliss, former Secretary of ida Seminoles. Bishop Gray (Episcopal) then, miss, I'll pay you as fast as I can. I use wall paper in the house made bya .

points of Calvinism ; they are man-made, the sun went down! at Lundy's Lane in the Interior ; Hon. William Jones, In- of Orlando, is its president ; the Rev.D. It's hard enough to starve-" $ ooooooo trust.I j

not Christ-made. To love God supreme Canada in 1812?" and the old soldieis :!dian 'Commissioner; J. A. Duncan, A. Dodge (Presbyterian) of Kissimmee "To starve!" she echoed droppingher wear rubber shoes mane by a $50,*

Ill! that implies that we know God. embraced each other. They were old United States Indian Inspector; Rev. is its vice president ; and amongits hands and staring at the man, aa 000,000 trustI

There are two ways of knowing God ; comrades. R. Bradin Moore, D. D.; and Mrs. other officers are State Senator Car- though straining her mln'o" to conceivethe live in a house, bricks made by a

is Brother, there will be something in and Editor Wilson of idea. $3,000,000 trust.
one is through nature, the other Amelia S. .Quinton, President of the : son of Kissimmee
through the Bible.God's the walk, or something in the voice, or Woman's National Indian Association.In the Times-Union and Citizen, Jackson "Yes, miss" said Judson, in a low, I want my casket from lumber made

something in the music by which we resolute voice. "My wife and childrenand by a$zooooooo trust.I .
power and God's eternity u> the words of one of the original ville. The secretary of the saciety, Mr. "
in nature. The sun, the source of shall know each other in the Better Wilson, writes that the only to me-we are starving. want them to use ice when dead
seen members of the society, its aim is the way pro Miss Thornby looked at him with unaccustomed -
light and beat, is one million, three land. Let us be true, loyal to G d, betterment of the Florida Seminoles ; it tect these Indians in the possession of but sincere distress. Sud- made by a $i 17,000,000 trust.

hundred thousand times larger than our loyal to country, loyal to Christ. We opposes their deportation from the State their homes is to locate their camps, denly she crossed the room to the writ I want my casket when dead made by'

globe. We are hurled through space on snail meet and greet: the departed cow- against their consent; it aims to buy the land and hold,it in trust for ing desk. $18,000,000 trust.

f this globe sixty times faster than a rates in the land where there is no mote their civilization, to secure lands pro- them. A ,thousand dollars, he says, "Here," said she, handing him a leaf I want my headstone of marble. made

cannon-ball flies. It would take light, death. God grant it. Amen. for their permanent: homes, to establish will serve the purpose amply, but he from a check book, "I hope this will by a $:.0,000,000 trust.

traveling at the .rate of over ninetythoisand ""7" industrial schools, and to prepare them' wants that thousand dollars very much, help you out. I am sorry that it hap. I write this on paper made by a fjo,*

miles a second, millions of for the that and he says he caa't raise it in Florida. pened. I didn't know that I had an 000,000 trust. .
The following entertaining and truthful change must soon come agent who would be so crueL I am _._ _
yean to reach us from some of the distant from the rapid settlement of the southern The society therefore 'earnestly appealsto :...

find in of for
story we our exchanges very sorry you.
i stars. We can form some faint of the humane people in the North to sub- A Neat Invention.
: "A farmer stepped into a portion peninsula. The society Judson was overwhelmed with grateful 0
of God's from His scribe the amount to -e--
; conception power necessary protect
will be
office and said to the editor a organiza. surprise. He did not know how the
I works. Nature don't teach us that God printing'I'd like to take but I'm i tion, asking the hearty support of all this remnant of a brave and historic check read, but he knew by MissThornby's G. S. Petty, who is one of the mo t
I Nature don't teach your paper, people from robbery.' accomplished in Florida and
loves that
us. us that it sportsmen
lovers of humanity for a helping band generous manner was
'Go home said the editor 'and
God will hear us when we pray. Nature poor. to its red brother. No fee 'The Federal Government intends to enough to help him out of his trouble a devotee to outdoor life is the inventorof '

don't teach us bow to be saved from pck: out a hen, call her mine, sell or membership do something for the Seminoles pres- Miss Thornby was scarcely consciousof a neat Ihtle utensil for the camp. It-

sinj i ; and don't give sure and certain save the eggs from her for me and if she nor assessment shall be will be required, but the ently, hut the prospect is that long before having conferred a favor, the effort is a paddle, of thin, strong wo A with a

: light on immortality. We need a special wants to set, let her, and next Fall bring society contributions dependent for its support.upon voluntary the government's intentions take form had been so slight until she saw the handle. At the broad end is a hook,
; revelation from the great Father. We her and the produce from that hen. I'll Another has outlined its proposed ibis particular lot of Seminoles will have man's trembling hand as he took the fastened to a swivel This book I U put

i have: it in the book called the Bible send this paper." When Fall came he work in the terse words : "Its ambitionis been driven to the wall. 'It is a very paper from her and listened to his into the nose of a fihb. Another k

.i; Webave, it in Christ, who is God manifested found he was paying the price of two to accomplish more for the Seminoles I pressing need,' writes a correspondent, tearful voice as he thanked her again with short line attached is fastened to

ia the flesh. In Christ we learn _papers._ __ ._After, _that____ he was_ _never. too with a few hundreds, than the United 'for the white squatters are turning and again. the tail of a fish, the line drawn taut ami
4 'n '" I. .T."ann.....,, wtnt_. lni,4ziilv.......... Rnwn.. t".J "
-- -- Le "' !
10 LaKe a
resides wneu ne
;; the love of God, and we love God be- poor paper. States Government with thousands them out as the fancy seizes them, to I fastened. The fish is then scaled with I
street in the effort to reach the first
wanted borrow his
) caate He first loved us. to neighbor's paperhe The work that has been accomplished have their corn and bananas ready-made, electric light Then he stopped to read the greatest ease and convenience with I

; The parable of the prodigal son teaches was always reading it, so he had to during the five months of the organza and, as Mr. Wilson says, very week the number on the check. He read it out the sportsman having to touch it at .

4 us that God loves all his children, and wait until the news was old or take it tion has been to forward the movemeLt counts.' Subscriptions in their behalf once, and then looked closely and care all. The fish may be completely scaled,

4 the parable of the good Samaritan second-handed. There is nothing like which will eventually reserve from the will be received and acknowledged byJ. I. fully at it again. His heart gave a cleaned, washed and split without the

teaches: us to love all mankind. On taking one of your own" and getting the encroachments of white settlers a large M. Wilson, Jr., Esq., of Kissimmee." sudden bound. There was no mistake- nece'v.ty; for taking it in the hands at all.

that parable of love to all mankind, this news from first hands. section of the lands in the southern part In response to the above appeal the it read "one hundred dollars." The little invention is one of the neatest '

great organization known as the KnightsOf --.. a of the Slate. Still another accomplishedfact following subscriptions have been received Judson's angry thoughts of a few I little things we ever saw, and though

p)thus is founded. Wanted.in has been the appropriation by the and acknowledged by J. M. Wilson moments before flashed over him and I i i invented for the use of camping sports .
him to the heart. His
struck filled
ID 1864, during the great agony of the recent Legislature of $looo to be expended Jr Secretary of the Society: with tears. "God bless her eyes" said he I i men it !II'illtind a place in many a hitch,
#- the civil war, a few men met in Washington A good, strong clarinet or cornet during the next two years for T. M. Carnegie,"Pittsburgh, Pa., $50. prayerfully; "she has saved me from en.

D. C., to form a society that player who is either a painter and sign- the establishment of industrial schools, Robert S. Walker, New York, $10. something worse than death-" aud so I il 1 Mr. IMtysavsbe had not thought of

should alleviate human distress and writer, a baker or a carpenter, to correspond under the direction of three trustees, Two teachers, Albany, N. Y., $2. she had, for Judson had made up his having it patented, but if he doesn't do

bind all the noble,.,sympathetic men with S. H HAPPEKSETT: who have teen named by Governor Unknown Morristown, N. J., $i. mind not to let his little ones live to so somebody will steal the i lea.-Tampa

of the Nation in fraternal good Sec'y. Lake Worth Band, Blrxham as trustees of the fund. Theyare Dr. L. Bolton Bangs New York, $10. suffer starvation.a Herald. *

will. It was like a grain of mustard West Palm Beach, Fla. J. R. Parrott, G. W. Wilson and Unknown, 10. Times-Union and *..- --

seed; small in its commencement, .. *> Capt. F. A. Hendry, who met one week Citizen, June 12. Gerraaa Industry.The .
today it has at least memo CHEAP FIR CASHAn 18 foot catboat --. manufacture of straw is one of WANTF.D-200 cypress pole delivered
and a bicycle-Steam'-, high-grade ago and formally organized for the ad. SQUARE PIANO for sale at a bargain. I the most important industries of Germany at West Palm Beach immediately. Size, '
bets scattered over America audI Yellow Fellow Ailnrrss or call on W. mini-lerinK of the small fU1.d. I strumen in fair condition. Inquire at 25 feet in length 4 to Inch top. Apply
thousands of
', *growing", rapidly. .lUhaa over 50,000 F. Armstrong. Jr.. West Palm Beach. Capt. F. A. Heudry, member of the SUN' Of FJCE. 'I8-lf I giving means support to Ceo. S. Adams.5ip .



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