The Tropical sun
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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: July 13, 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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Preceded by: Indian River news

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...- a author and statesman -., "., Some of the truck farmers insist that ..,
Paopto aa They Come and Go-People General, Lew Wallace holds a high place I I What the Sun's Men Heard in: The A Budget of Interesting Items From little if any money I; to be made in that Scraps of New About This and That

in the esteem of the American people. hue of business. The experience and
Not Know. Lively Local Whirligig. ., Regular Correspondents. and Different Thing
You May or May
When the man who wrote "Ben Hur"speab. consequent oinions of many others is to .
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: the millions who have read his the contrary.

A Balaaga af Fanoaal lumi-THUori great book will listen, and General Lew A Mirror of Minor Happenings 'Aeel- Very Carefully Compiled and Confined to tint Yesterday M. B. Lyman postmasterand Newsy Notes and teas .t latereit U

the City and CIUs ns Visiting Wallace has chosen to speak of trusts. dents Coming Events and 'a' 6'1I1II.ls of Most Interest to tile merchant at Lantana and one of them Everybody In General and debt yIn

Out ef Ue Clty.s In referring to the Wire and Steel Galaxy of Current Gossip. ; .. Citims of Dade County careful and conservative businessmen Particular
-4- ..' Trust and the disaster which it has ..- .. .. ., sec I in Dade, as well as being the best ... ,

A. Martin returned last Saturday brought to Crawfordsville. Ind., the Dan Ross is now on the mechanicalforce UiXGOSIA HUTTER1SGS. posted man as to the crop returns of the Stanley Moffitt has beta appointedthe

front Jacksonville. general's: place of residence. Lew Wallace of the Acetylene Gas Co., of this -+-- territory between here and Fort Lander managing operator ar the Writers

of: --_.-- U says: W. Heim's new house is beginning to dale, was in town for a shor time. THE Union Telegraph Co's, office at this
Ju. Hall Jr., wu down from NertpneP' done here it has city.H bow above the trees
: "What the trust has up SUM man bad a few moments' chat with place. __
ft couple. of days the first of the week. done elsewhere. It must he checkedand B. Murray was up from Boynton him and
The Steamer Lake Worth is off the in response to a query as to
that immediate! legislation Tuesday for a day's business sojourn in This is the time of year when the
)ac, T. Hog=. U. S. Commissioner, of and officers who will not shirk town. ways and open for charter. whether some of the truckers really did night-blooming cerens u lit its of

Melbourne wU in town several days their duty are the only recourse. Miss Rose Sanders went back to Jupiter as well as reported, he gave the foil wing i bloom. season

last week. Those barren buildings of the wire State Organizer Geo. S. Adams K. O. las Friday morning to prolong het visit as some figures that were absolutely correct -I productive Saturday night Mn, I
Idner had in bloom and
Capt. O. W. j'iric-tuned Sunday fence company are a monument to T. M., left for Bay Biscayne Monday with her to his knowledge.. one Sunday a
sister, Mrs. Harry DuBois.
the iniquity of trusts and it will bea night Mrs. Decker had a beautiful
night from Neptune where he hu been night to look after the newly org nixed Will Forrey, from i# acres, shipped spec.
long time, indeed, before our city
.lire. D. A. Allen and daughter Clara. imen of this remarkable flower to show
iii for several days.Mbs .- fully recovers. This strangling rf Tents down there, and to institute a new 900 crates from which he realized {1,800 her friends.
left Wednesday morning for a visitto
may _____
t business enterprises must stop or Tent of the Order at Cocoanut Grove. net returns.
Annie ThoraUn.of Delray, and the old folks in North Carolina.
Gal knows what will
only happen.
F. W. Palmer An i. far
tract exchange a town not
on an adjoining say
Mr. WUI Smith, of Hyoluxo. are to bet "Every trust starts fairly in the Protracted meetings at the M. E. The Lake Worth Fruit Co's shipmentsare
is of the same acreage shipped 910 crates printed an item to the effect that a ate
Married todght at the home of thebrtd beginning. Its disposition to Church began last Sunday morning
over aooo crates for this season
way which netted bim tain resident whose it did
serve the masses who have need of under: the direction of Rev. W. G. 1600. name sot mea.
i. what it produces. But alter awhile of Services and shipments are still going forward. These are a couple of items THE SUN tion, had better stop kusingbis hired
Fletcher Leesburg. alt
r when it has command of the market Mrs. W. H. Sanders and Miss Anna man had time to note id' the very brief girl or it might be found out. Twenty -
; M. B Gruber left Tuesday morning : and has crushed out all competition held twice a day,at 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m.
to ,isitpriadpaJ their -- returned Friday from their visit to and hurried interview he had with Mr seven married men called on th; editor
for a txudnru trip expecting as they are able to by
cities of the North and East superior capital, the trusts yield to H. W. Palmer, whose apartments are Harry DuBois, wife and baby 'at Ju Lyman ; but these are enough to show and immediately stopped their paper,

the dictates of ordinary human na- in THE SUN building is now recoveringfrom piter. that some of the truckers find their call. accusing him of interfering ia their do.
before returning.
ture. For the sue of dividends a rather severe illness brought Mrs. Will Poland and son visited a i ing lucrative enough to suit most any meslic affairs.

Miss Edith Mitchell, of New Smyrna, they drop all affectation of care for by exposure and over-work. He hopes reasonable --
the general outside interests and couple of days A. Gale's the first person.
visitor to Lake Worth Monday, to be back his duties the SuudaYIIIbt last the CongregationalChurch
urufi a soon to on
all The rich do not of
get they can. the week but they are now home in ...
'..rial stopped off to visit this place feel the results ;. the burden falls Royal Poinciana addition. Miami. -f|' was filled to overflowing with

{ before going to Lemon City where bet upon the poor. Let Us Dare. the audience present to heat Dr. Paine'
father now resides. "The reign of trusts is to be compared Rev. S. D. Paine will preach on "Re. F.:A. Rowley has gone!to hunt a green p sermon to the Masonic Lodge member.

. to the days of the feudal lords. ligiod in the .Home" Sunday morningat corn dance back on Lake Oketchobee.' Written fur THE TROPICAL Sun. ship of this place. The floral decorations .

Dr. D.. A. Thomason, our very pop- They make vassals of the the working.melt ii 'o'clock, and at 730: p. m. on but wont feel much like dancing whenhits Drooping heart awake today i especially the display of rare aid

.. t ttdjrffideat dentist baa returned' "I..and know wage nothing war upon more reprehensible people.- "Character.Destiny; and.Is .There.: back. "'Ca'ft3lhg'rbashTueiv3TlEy'bumiy'*. beautiful potted palm, were wperb.
hone- and cacti beyfound"at his office oaCkeatis a Second Probation r" The Christian Quick the luwers fade sway ***"
than the neglect which has J.M.'"Rowley Jeffom .the "Ina" for Lt 11.__ IiE. These,- -.ilb the wan adornment of
AvenueTue Doctor says be been shown this evil by the national Endeavor Society will meet at 6:30p. : s
the Keys but Saturday in company .Hark I the iChword from the sky: cocoanut fronds oald have made a
nosqnitoes and hot weather authorities from President McKinley
loud '
more m. All are cordially invited of and all hands "Nobly live die hundred
down. He has with a party town folks or nobly display worth of dollars in *
U. tIau home, and Is glad toftt an attorney- I'
hip at "
"Amid the
_k. general who sits in his elegant officein At Delray this summer the seventy returned Tuesday night, Northern city, if not i""mimpoaible .

the capitol and sees the indignity five acres of pines in bearing have averaged Milton Dick one of our rising young Not the march of fruitless years to secure them at any price, The Ma t
multiply almost To the music of the I
'day spheres
every every
I. A. Willeon and Bob Carter returned \ hour light under his eyes ISO crates to the acre and the net men, left Monday morning for Ormondto Aught can leave UI that enders sons occupied a block of scats reservedfor #

Honda from a trip ia a wagon overlandto "The public will hold the president returns per crate to the growers has been assist in building the addition to the ;r ;; Or glory gives; them ia the front and center of the

Indian Towa on Lake Okeecbobee responsible for the negligence and about 13.00. The Lima bean crop at Hotel Ormond at that place. But in good deeds nobly done church. Symbols of the craft were appropriately J

They got there too soon for the. great indifference of his attorney general. that has been this And in righteous Uttlti won displayed and the address
The only hope in the future of action point quite light Capt. U. D. Hendrickson's little girl -
Shall live.
Green Corn Dance, so had to:letnrn by the authorities Is in the organisa season, but the returns show an averagenet Dorothy had the misfortune to tall and we itself was one interesting to outsiders aa
of this Not repining what's behind well as to members r\f the Order.
without the expected spectacle tion of all laboring men"General of .oo per crate dislocate her elbow Monday. Dr. Potter us 'sTill _h. .
the hut tears come and blind u>. .
iaUreatiaf event Low Wallace fought in the The Directors of The East Coast Tel. and Dr. Hood were called<< and now she And tomorrow's conflict find us ,

Dr. D. A. Thomason, the well known war between the States as a companionin ephone Company met yesterday in this is getting along all right. Faiut and bare; flcKinley, Alger, Pin&ree. f5

red popular dentist arrived in to.n the arms with William McKinley but town with the following directors Geo. S. Rowley received word Tuesday But with heart and brain alight a
that fact does not him from present In the victor cause of right Alger says he is not going to resign hU 4
first of the week since which time be prevent ; M. B. Lyman, Glen C. Strohm, of the death on July 4th in Hudson, Let u.dare! > place in the cabinet simply because helLs i
the of President
has been busy doing dental work at the criticising concerning course the trusts. Carl Schrebi ick, J. A. M'L aJohn N. Y., of his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah JAMES C. HARRIS. entered into a fight for a seat ia the

tQ .. .... Houae. The Doctor is U smiling asever McKinley Brown and L. G. Lyman, and Robt. R, Rowley in the lord year of her age, she -S S. United States Senate.
No honest not the President
and looks proapetOua.-Leesburg man even Taylor counsel for the corporation.Ten having been born October n, 1797. is shrewd-there 'is mistake
himself, can gainsay the conclusions The Literary and Social Club. Alger no
1 Commercial Jnly9 per cent. of the capital stock was C. Merchant with his
-- reached by General Wallace. What Capt. came up -.- ab'rnt that-and he puts McKinley in a
of paid In and the charter will be issued at launch Stella last week to bring Dr.
Saturday's dilemmn
Cart was one tbat the
then, must be the judgment as to the THURSDAY, JCLY 6, 1899. by saying as Alger plat.
arrlf als at Palm Beach. Mrs Fremd is attitude assumed by McKinley? once. In ten days' time work will be laughton's houseboat Dentos down form is opposed to ttusts the resignationof
I The wou of last.weeV\ contfnued
a brother of W. Fremd the rich known The President is bound hand and foot commenced, extending the line through. from Indian River, and found water au.i .was Algrr might make it appear that Mc.Kinley .
to he of interest The
landscape gardener of the loyal Poin- from this town to Miami. scarce in the canal but managed to get proves program I was the champion of trust and
by the trusts, to the managers of whichhe for July I3ib is on the same lines, ,
Maud Palm Beach Ina grounds, and owes his: election, and this is the -- down Monday.Two and is as follows : Algei will never injure his dear friend .

has cone down from Rye on Long reason why he dare not insist. upon his To Remove Ink and Other Stains. or three young men from the Historian, Mal"3ulay-Mrs. Burnham, McKinley by an act which might bear

Island N. Y. to take charge as head this lookingat such an interpretation.
attorney-general enforcing the laws. For table linens where fruit or wine, city wereup way Mrs Gardiner, Miss Ilindry. :

gardener of the grounds at the hotel But this condition of affairs does nc t coffee and all such stains have injuredthe land out on the fresh water but as Essayist Chailes Lamb-Mrs. Everett But Alger has formed an alliance with

Ormo&d, on the Halifax. exonerate the President, and the condemnation looks of handsome damask table hey wanted to find rich muck land on Mrs. Stowers. Gov. Ptugree: of Michigan, and Go..

of the highest ridges they went Pingree is popularly supposed to be ,
General Wallace opposed
I F. A. Reynolds and W. N. Hull were expressed by linen, there is nothing more efJ'ecth'ethan top Novelist, Sir Walter Scott-Miss Potter
home to McKinley. However, Pingree t
la town Tuesday having returned from will be echoed unanimously by the to pour boiling water through the disappointed. Mrs Bell, Miss Moses.

New York Monday night. They left plain people of the United States.-Ens- place which is stained. This should be I Poet B'ton-Mrs Paine, Irs.Gruber, I takes occasion' say that under certain 'I
conditions he is the most faithful a.ther
Tuesday night for Miami, where they tis Lake Region. done before the linens are put in wash. DELRAY SGS. Mrs. Sanders. ent that McKinley hasPingree'sstatement .

expect to await the arrival of a large ...- It will remove every particle of the .A" Roll call, quotations, Thomas Moore. has iU harmonious;

schooner they purchased at Brunswick, stain but dou't stop pouring boiling James E. Chambers is setting out
Poor ManiA --.f side and, for the fun there is iu it, Is
will in the fishing water it until the stain is erased
Ge-, and which they use upon some citrus fruits.W. of
This is
wot the Pin
by quoting.
trade next season between Key thoroughly. This is comparatively The editor of a country newspaper in- way
--l "Prize Essay on ilewspapers" con- easy G Cirfe Is Dipping tomatoes yet terviewed tie inhabitant of his town I gree puts it :
to do but when" one ink :
gets tar
Wot and Havana. I or
tains the following : "Compositors is such stains a handsome white as far as West Palm Beach. recently and found that nearly all the "The question of whether 1 am a
upon lies
McKinley not McKinley
man or
Mrs. H. D. Pierce, of Hypolnxo, left men as set up types-and sometimes garment it is very difficult to get it out Mr. Conover, of M>ami, spent Sunday successful business men were freely and not with mr. If General

j ., Tuesday morning Chicago on a visit: drinks. Very sober when they is sobet, without spoiling the garment for wear in town the guest of H. S. Sterling. thrashed when they were young, whil? Alger !known that McKinley i* opposed

to relatives. her former home. Twentysevea which they seldom is when they can ing more. To take the ink of ** among the street loafers twenty-seven to territorial expansion! ij i nut
any out Richard Green (adored)purchased
H. D. Pierce help it. Managers is men as takes the I an advocate the murder and devastation
years ago Capt. tin and medcine 'ads.' top a white linen waist or white goods or a piece of laud and will put in a p ich of I were mama's darlings and the rest were that the government u forcing
aDd family left Chicago on a boat bound give patent raised by their grandmothers. This is I
I any sort first put the place immediatelyin pines this 't .t on the innocent people of toe Philip
for Florida. They travelled on a boat of columns next to reading matter thirty. buttermilk. Sweet milk is good also, .. very encouraging to the boy who gets his pines ; is opposed to trusts and all
Ohio and Mississippi seven columns out of thirty-two. Proof M. K. Lyman 1s a candidate f$r the in the legislation that trc.tlv.
down the Illinois but the acid in buttermilk is better nightly trimmings coil shed. encourages Ir
the Gulf to Tampa, readers is men as spoih the punctuationsof office of .Justice of.the Peace St this and fosters them 11 in favor'of legislaliou -
fivers, thea cnm
This is best done
at once, but still
and compositors. Editors and reportersis you place, and- has a petition circulating for to restrict a.id suppress the
then by train to Jacksonville by can get rid of the ink spot if it is done Last Friday night was'the Insta'lation lib.-rtiesuf these c-uipriiuoa by stfl-

sail beat main to Indian River and onto men who" knows everything in the before put in water. Another good way signers.! ._ : # of officers at Evening Star Lodge No. 46, ing combinations.;>i Gc ural Alger
their heavens above and the eirtH beneath.A of has feels assumed that is'
made Schavenger, in
Lake Worth where they J. J. Pennsylvania McKinley not ,
is to use oxalic acid, but this can only K. of P. The following are the offices i
Island. This gentleman was promenading the secured the original Head pineapple touch and sympathy with the disreputable
:- hoate, living on Hypoluxo be used on white goods as it will take elected to serve for the semi-annual mthutisofMirk Hanna and
street with a little boy at his side, when" buying out th &
(is Mrs Pierce's first visit to her the color out of other garments Lemon plantation by t.Lyman term : S H. Happersett, C C ; D. A. his friends that McKinley deprecates
the little fellow cried out, 'Oh pa, there '
horn since coming South twenty-seven juice will also remove .an ink stain. If Co's. interest Thomason, V. C.; R. W. Whitehurst, P.; such an unclean ami QI1*bole.
an editor 'Hush, hush.; said thfaither'don't e political factor Mark lUnua
years age .._._ goes make sport of the poor, you drop ink on your carpet, ret a boa tRice & Tasker are giving their pine Will Whidden, W. of W.; J. T. DeBerry, some and his fritmN, he has as the neatest

On Wednesday the official train of tbe I man. Dear knows what yoU may con e of sweet milk and lib with it until apple plantation a'good overhauling and I M. at A.; Wm. Budd Jr., K. of R & S right to bay that I am a McKinley

arri"ed in town. It con- every bit is gone,'goin over and over it. putting it in fine shape for another year, mail first last aud all the time."
F. K. C R R. to yet'
tamed J. R. Parrott, Vice-President; .. To take spots out of tlack goods, take I which'means success. A quartette of the boys from this town Now, isn't that the most delightful bit #

Superintendent and J. P. the yolk of an egg in a lalf pint of tephIwater Tlje frequent rains have been of great hive gone on & search of the Indian of humor yet de%eloped: by the Alger !
E. T. Goff
Ecckwith. Traffic Maniger. They were Program Loyal Temperance Legion. with a teaspoonful of spirits of benefit to the orange groves and have Green Corn D'nce. They took bicyclesand campaign ? .

Carl Schrebnick. --- camphor, and a teaspoonful of pearlineall caused the trees to put on a fine new such paraphernalia of civilization, Of course McKinley does not approve

met at the depot by SUNDAY, Jt'LY 16. well beaten number of blossoms probably to barter for beads and warn of the war against! the of
of the Ontario Acetylene Gas up together ; then take a growth with a large Filipinos ;

president and spent an heur Opening Song. discarded tooth brush and dip it inlo pum curse! McKinley _is opposed' to trusts ; .
Machine Company .
Investigating the new Piayer. the preparation and rub the soiled spot -- The Ladies' Episcopal Guild will ,,01 course McKinley fa.o'rs legislation to

in tbe factory expressed themselves Scripture Lesson and Explanation. until it disappears, then wipe dry witha Last wee' a delinquent subscribersaid meet tomorrow afternoon at the residence I restrict combines, and, of course McKinley .

liiat They with the light and thtntreI't Temperance Song by Children. cloth dipped in clean warm water. I he would pay up if he lived." of Mrs. N. S. Burnhdm is not in sympathy with Mark "

klg&ly pleated around town b7 Mayor Chalk Talk.Temperance. These little recipes are wonderfully He died. Another said "I will seo you Hanna, and so it follows as surely. the

drbttl Postmaster Stowers to seethe Reading. 'i helpful just when we need them. It'* tomorrow" He's blind. Still another The covered wagon of the Arctic Ire eight: the day that Alger, McKinley and
Whllldin that are taking Pledge Talk.Temperance. best to cut,them out and save them.S. .- said "I'll pay yon this week or go to Works made its appearance on the Pii>gree are long lust brothers, uti.

rapid iajprotemenu '. Doxology.I H. H., iu Leesburgh Commercial. the devil" He's &. streets Tuesday morning. Lake

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.1 want to runaway from, their bnabarA j
: and pose as single ladies. The depths of I

i _____ villainy the feminine heart are apparently M
f bottomless to the oriental ABE SAFRANi,* it SON,

"' Route Like Road Round mind. Many of these'"coal ladies" are MANAGERS OP Does Your t t
with slender Stationery '
graceful link creatures i
Robin Hood's Barn. I hands and feet as out of placq\.here asa 'fj J e Three Friends j
I canary would be trying to lift a crow-
Yet do amount Tailoring Company. Suit You ?
tar. they an amazing t
.THE imifisioira OF ra OOSHEB.Itc4 + of work all these little brown men and ....
women. Imagine yon in AW@liea.1,2OQ -
.! a Dlrttt Staklp Llae BtwW *- tons of coal being carried aboard SUITS AID PASTS LUDE,TQ OROEB.r .

ft** FrMeUeo M* MaalU.Tfcf a,steamer in baskets holding ten pounds --- Next to his wearing apparel thrre is nothing
and all done in less than eight bonnl i
AlBaraacva Delay-Thievery That is what these Japs can do. One Cleaning, Pressing 'and RepairingA ft really neat wan is to particular about as I
& .& .* ;. Lam mm* Bmall Seale-T. detachment loads the baskets, the others
..D> Specialty. the and of his .
CIi I.eM. quality: appearance Stationery.And
form a line and paaa them from handto
Jf.Mxinu. I
... t IL I hand to the vessel's bunkers. Their FIT IUD W03KUANSHIP GOARAKTEED. in very truth it does proclaim his business
is in their numbers like ants
March 22.-Dow far la it to power
,- Manila.and bow long doe it take toget building an ant hill WEST PALM BEACH FLA. as a neat Citing and stylish suit of : There is no argumentin
beret The only way to get here The Chinese will interest the traveler -
t I from our Pacific state is at pre.eQ' by more than the Japanese. This silent. clothes proclaims the man. layer of paying nor da&a
'. route as indirect and tedious a8 the ceaseless: worker, who wraps his cue G. W.IDNER I S-XO tor any nuke of shed
t load around Robin Hood's barn. This around his bead and tackles his task ia the world7;bee that laths I
like machine ha depths to his character It will if it is ,
U because we have no direct line to a i' of _bws! wbfck
that cannot be sounded & SN. price popular
Manila a fact not to'our credit. tinder .. leaders for .
have been so many
existing arrangements five weeks usually plummet taking the measure t1lbe furnished you by .
4 and leaders sap tteBZCYCLES
boisterous frothy Japanese. rears an
more than that are required to go more
from Baa Francisco to the Philippines future will prove it aa The Chinaman Jewelers and OpticiansWatches

The route of the regular steamers is has the pare faculty of sticking to business the right kind of a house, present a nice appearance '
from Frisco to Hongkong. The steam- in a greater degree then the son of

era touch at Honolulu aa the first stopping any other rare. Clocks, Jewelry and make a good impression which
place.. That la 2.090 miles from On the Pacific and Oriental steamers Musical Goods, Strings etc.
P Fr_ Then your ship turns northward are Chinamen who have been in the would not be the case if you used shoddy

r E again bound for Yokohama. employ of the sam company 80 yarn Stationery (Ink Blank Books that
frpm Honolulu to Yokohama is ft.440 One of these is an old fellow who was paper was poorly printed. -pioneer, ao year old _"..ta"
.: rfijk* Every day after leaving San 1 on board our ship. His name was LoLg Now ,while speaking t>f houses that are
Francisco you eet your watch back 80 Ring and he was the only baldhead) d
e minotea a day When the one hundred Chinaman 1 have ever seen He bad DAILY PAPERS.lefatcllJeifilrjEefairiii. "right," we mutt not fail to mentionTropical Price $40years'
and eightieth! meridian is reached. I about six hairs left in his cue and bet a
about four days west of Honolulu Ton bad not the woman's cleverness to add 1
drop I wholfl day out of the calendar a false "switch" and thus increase the I Twenty upuluce bat

Thai, if when you come to meridian apparent thickness of his back hair. II IS ALL BRANCHES., j.Selliol. 'Tb ':", :. >.. }\, ',:' :. taugkt RAMBUS maker bow to
IfMt: should be Saturday yon will formed around his bald crown the thinnest e- "" '; <; "" ," build the best -.b eb 00 sank

x qU the next day Monday Yon get DOt possible dark circle when he woundit 1s Block, West Pals Biiek. cheaper tin anyone else ud l
fionday that week. | up to be out of his way while he did they are doing just thai.
I t From Yokohama the steamer sails bis' housework There was a perpetual
; \\ southward and westward along the dimple like a smile in his cheeks. The r CALL AND SIM MAMMLU3BICYCLE
4. Asiatic coast to Hongkong, stopping on passengers made bets as to whether it Clematis .J"- a

.. par.fray from II to 84 bouts each at ; was natural or whether he practiced repeating HOSPITAL
t;_ 4 the Japanese ports of Robe and NagaukL nights the Chinese equivalent Supply Store--- |:
and also steaming up the mcrath fpr "prunes potatoes, propriety GEO. S. ADAMS Prvp*r.
of, the Yang-tee-Kiang dyer. close to prisms." so as to give his cheeks tbbexact & ::-Weat Palm Beach Florida. -- Sun "
f Shanghai as the depth of water ,ill primp. We never found out. f 4Whidden's
t permit Thence the traveler journeys| 1 Long fling had been time out ''oJ J. D. UATHIS Piopnetor.iiccimr

.. oa aouthwettward 870 miles more to mind the chief engineer's "boy." ( .Bru *| e.kcgsd Chary C.) Market t tis
Hongkong The trip is as picturesque Chief engineers changed and came and
and Interesting aa possible if one is amen went, but Long fling remained always My Motto-"tjtuck Sales and Small Proflu.Bahery Which enjoys a well merited reputation for
pleasure. allotted to the chief whoever he was. Prepared to Supplyyou
tourist journeying for ., Goods and
furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has
In time the old chap came to feel that
But just now half the travelers are with '.. ..
American business men and a considerable '. be was the proprietor of the chief and! Family Groceries the best equipped Job Office along the East .
t proportion of them are on the pwned him even though the head engineer
s is the embodiment J ....My Specialty. Good Mtals at) litisg FrUiS.
way to Manila. They are taking goods' leading < Coast&, snd is better prepared now than ever
t 'J to the Philippines or going there to high toned dignity on a steam vessel Goods"delivered free to any part .
make ales | Once Long Hinge chief ventured to of the City or across the Lake. fAll before to meet all the requirements of the. Fresh Pork, .

t By the route they have been obliged learn cycling. At Honolulu he started Orders Given Proapt ittentioa. Beef,
f with the captaib and first officer for a trade in that line.
San Francis-
y .. 'to come the distance from { Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
I;; 0 co to Manila is about 1.600 miles. By ride. The engineer was a gentleman of: prices paid for country produce. Poultry
direct line from San Francisco to MaIL I 60 or thereabout Long Ring miffed *
s Boy of mr and t will nave you money 6-is" ,
with while the preparationswere Work
,pile the steamer likewise touching at displeasure H High-grade
L-Ii .: Honolulu the distance is something in progress. He naid not a word, .
lib ..600 mile j but*his cheeks were puckered into a Is the kind THE SUN does, Native Meats a specialtyYour
Leu of ti.ne is not the worst feature' tighter diirple and be frowned like a Geo. S. Hacker & Son Solicited ,
of this goinj to Manila by way of Japan horrible' Chinese dragon on a, tea box.

and China. Cargoes for the Philip Unfortunately it was on just that and the only kind. We have found through. Market ou Banyan Street

r }V '.j' .:. 11.12 WEST PALM MAC,
L V fr i; -"a number of
an experience extending over

I' r j. ., t
a : years that it pays to do this for when you
Iit The Dada County Stefc Ink
nee get a customer be will stick, knowingthat
I West Palm Beach Honda.
what is done for him will be done EIGHT,
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fr n and in a manner that will be both pleasing Authorized Capital. $100,000.Paid .

o ki and attractive. Up Capital $15,000.


i Doors Sash And that's the E.N. DIIIICK, Pr ,,det.
t U. D. HEHDRICKSOX r/c'-/, */rf, t.

CEO. L. BRAff NINfl. Oukitt.
Blinds, MouldingsAND
i after all.
..,. Cheapest Office Hours From 9 .. m. to t p. B.

I II Building Material, GeoeralBaokiogBysiiussTrissiSlidColltctfeanpromptly

i CHARLESTON S, C. Even be able to send else. rrmlttal OB day elm
though you might "
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: *!|>t. Dr fu bought t.- Largest Factory South. where for your Stationery and save possibly thlal tit..of. the Caitwl II..... 4'3'1

I It m.1 mID JINRIKISHA OJ!' THE ORIENT. Send for Prices. .-.--
a few cents on an order amounting to several

muat be unloaded particular trip that the chief to O' DON OGHUE
pines upon lightersAt came =
dollars remember that time is consumed and ;
Hongkong and be shipped in steam- I'grief. He took a fall his wheel wa : r r

: ers bound tor Manila. By the delay I I I! smashed his body was bruised and his delays occasioned in doing so, and that if
i hundreds of dollars' worth of perishable clothing was torn. Long fling met the THE ALL 'ROUHD

'gonda-fruits, eggs. meat etc.-are I! procession at the gangplank. His.wrath Anadvertisement mistakes should occur, you will have more or .
:i x sometimes ruined in a single consignment reached the exploding point IB defiance -
.s A considerable proportion of I cf all the proprieties to be ob- I less trouble in getting them rectiSe =PHOTOGRAPHER.lias ,
what is left b sometimes stolen. Yea served by a model Chinese servant be
that ia the right word-.& DFor petty cackled out furiously at the chief:
thievery yon may pat the Chinese "It is .more better you leave that The Sun Guarantees come to stay in Weal I'sI.

against the world. For wholesale robbery blame thing alone You no eabby him. inTHE Beach, and is new fully prepared to
of these Manila bound cargoes the You too old"
white man takes the palm, and during In China and Japan you inevitably Satisfaction do work to gratify his patrona.StQiio .

the trip from Hongkong to Manila or take on the habit of talking pigeon -- .-
f.9 tone end of it. stealing on both the English You vow yon won't but you SUN '
i large and the small scale is not uncommon da Before yon know it you will be Hasoiis
and is here at home, where it stands :. opp. Elect!
:J -I do not pretend to say at which talking of "chow" when yon mean right ,
i end whether by thieves in league with food or eating Your Chinaman will will **
'the lighters et Hongkong or with the skip off twice as briskly when you say ready at all times and flfcger all circumstancesto WEST PALM BEACH.

American petty customs officials at Ma- "Catch him right off quick." aa when fulfill its contracts to the letter. li you .
nila or both I state the fact without you remark. "Bring it at once." In
comment! pigeon English the chief verb is bring results are not satisfied with work you may have Red Spanish and
Both the stealing and delay would be "catchee. It means to have. to bold ;
.. done away by a direct line from our to get. to take or to seize. any or all (If gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the Tmirjr moto
,Pacific coast to Manila If the hole of these If you would ask your Chinaman and will ,
disappearance is at Manila. it could be whether Mr. Jones had breakfasted yet style or grade of your Stationery, {
rhea pinned down at the first shipload. you would say it this way PINEHPPLESlips

... I nay aay that I do not believe it Ie at "Mr Jones. have catcbee chow?" bring 'em
Manila, but that is neither here nor Both poverty and economy have Send In a trial order and SuckersFor
there I speak now of the advantage of reached their last lowest limits in

a rrcular freight and passenger! line China The particular school of economists for anything you may need 141e of the,0110.... varieties,its
from our. Pacific coast to the Pbilip- that are endeavoring toehow the Just try it. Abbaka, Porto Rico
pinui American merchants already in American workingman what a wastefuL Smooth; Cayenne
Manila are delayed and must wait extravagant creature his wife 19 office room-Letter Heads ,
in the or counting ,
Uuoths to get their orders filled. One could get points here which would open Egyptian Queen, C.. 1
Agtst ban ordered a lot of goods from their eyes wide with admiration. Note Heads, Statements Tags, Envelopes, Ripley Queen, Golden QUMB. "
*n inferior northern state shipped to Thousands of families live in small ...-- I White Antigne.Pernambueo.
dim around by way of the Suez canal boats in quarters not large enough to W. R. MITCHELL, Card, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter .
'- Be finds this route actually cheaper swing a kitten in. much less a cat. thus Kuril!
,. and quicker than the other paying no rent and raising batches of Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Bar Pads, Circular, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pamphlets Early dellrer.r ran be mete. Fart ... tbs.
r At Nagasaki. Japan wbere the pigs. chickens and children chiefly on ness Sewed and Repaired. fruit last trout thlot 1'leatatloahalas Mea pkk.d
in fact that. want .tVpiy &u
or anything you may
: fioogkong bound steamer coals, wom- the refuse thrown overboard or pilfered Out-of-town customers will receive
.:. 11>>', equal right to labor is fully asserted from the ships They have long hooks promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, in the line of PRINTING C.C. MATTHAM8
; Women and girls help the men and and grappling nets which they sunk next door north of TROPICJU SUN Buildew .
I: boy pans coal from the lighter boats to into the slime of the harbor to fish upI ] SolS Florida Pineapple Company,
; Jhe steamer's hold. Woman's privilege the old bottles. cans and other rubbish] !5,20 97 West Palm Beach FU.
l,; ;;. ct getting leas pay than a man fortbVaamo I from the ehipa. On one of the larger And will
". ; : work is also here duly must lighter boats a Chinaman sometimes Brelsford Bros we ---- .
; &rated:. The women are paid only two- I lives with two oi three wives and their ,
.'; thirds asjnuch as the men. These women mixed up children. The women help WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and via*
; and girls are facetiously named tow the boats. An old dame nearly always ]- Real Estate and Insurance, please you==sure. you It your with Old Bargain Friend. in who will .arprite

; the "Nagasaki coal ladies," and they works the steering oar and gives PALM
... : Are sight to behold. They are black orders to the restAn BEACH, FLA. Wry (Goods, ('lotbla : and

from head to foot and many of the mar- old woman at the helm is not a Votary Public. Cottages to Rent ,tienl Fui niching*_"_
tied women have their teeth dyed black. bad idea. sometimes D. SINGER Maaags.;
roi>t<>ff.. I'nncUnl| North I i! Bridge street rear tot
foot )$* b.T *av owjbijitj they siwuid EUZA Ant IIAIw CODa B.I.y? 1'0IJ1tl4.ButeL ol n-I"911 JAl"l Onu.u:. 'J.011114Fi

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ODD FELLOWS. i 'vv-ePJlt E.H.DIMICK Proprietor, Mathushek Pianos +J .

E..'... .f the Bekekak.; D .tw*. SPK5YBRIGHT
Are HUH With Knee
Triple Uak Hole Palm a t
I, The emblems of the Rebekah degree an -. Piaaos Bat Ktva A Rtpttatlol I\

the beehive, moon and stars and the dove Y ; '''Beach second to soae. They art the { ;
The beehive represent industry, and a kind that have stood the test ftf ; -
i' Bebekoh can see a lesson of active, earnest time aa>t hare taUtfied the ptoat
MACCABEES. and constant work. The hive to the lodger Drug
and the busy bees are the members. The critical musicians la every way,

1' '..ft.. D.atatl_ ......w.... moon and stars reprteent good life. The .. .L .. Store. They Are Nat
regularity with which the moon and stars
e. ,. ....._Dec DUMB. old style piano that .bar ton
: mo\e on their orbit should teach us the
The India of the Maccabees ia an &oxSUair Important leaaon of regularity the pert SPARKLINGi : rented for yearn aad thee offer
r lid
of tho MaccaU Royal Poteiaea
branch of the Kulgtta furmanoe of duties to God, to ourselvesand Piiaroj ed u "great bargains aor arc
bar provide*Ufo and disability benaBU to our fellow men. The dove presentsto i
e for 1U members n*the Important lesson of practice In they "ubeap, low-grade"|VillUI j
the same' as Ufa While many birds are constantly D&ILES8 L'1Drugs made to tell "at half price."
the K. O. T. )LIt seeking for prey, the cooing dove seeks to i 6
o Piano Is New
to exclusively a Injure nothing and to the embodiment Every ,

.a rs women'and. organit&Uoa U managed Innocence.-Odd Fellows' Friend. These are the expressions Toilet Articles i and every part ia m.
a exclusively The rfbbla rand baa the right to declare Mathushek Factory,
by them with 1U a motion out after it ha been '. which U a gnaraBlM that it will
.. own ritualistic seconded, and some of the brothers have' which can be heard on allsides Fine Stationery and list a lifetime. r

work. Mrs Anna debated the question. ; ,
B. LuedcrI of Ta- Judging from the popularity among theIllinois Why Take Chances
1F .
coma, who'will Kebekahs of Grand Master Berry's .. concerning the news Druggist Sundries. on cheap piano ..... the Old i
rrpresentthestate policy to legislate out of office all the
ar and Relish Mathoibtkcaa to
at brothers holding office in Rebekah lodges
uf Washington .
r columns Proscriptions Carefully Compounded bought at price and Um
the supreme sty it now looks a* though the "male Rebe- : to
E lion of the ladies kahs" must soon"git." r East Cqaat Business Solicited. suit yon? There aw more thw!

7 of the Maocabnea There are 677 lodges of Odd Fellows WEST PALM RBAGU.: e-iwm. 15,000 Malbnshek Pianos lathe
a' Port Huron Mifeouri\ with a total membership of about
,A." W&DIBIL MIclL, Dex& July. 80,000. < South. "You Should Hit I s
hu earned the honor by yean of activity the assets ol the order in California j One.
in the order. 8bo is* woman of exceptional including real estate but not cemeteries, !U Chi Laundry Genuine Matbwhek Piano
Mea and energy and very popular 12,600,000. THEThe are only sold by
serial, in Tacoma, whore she baa lived a I
bomber ot year Mrs. Louden was easily The encampments Pennsylvania duo WO KEE LUDDEN & BATES S.M. H.
tog the pout 88'years have disbursed, for Proprietor.
in the
tlctortoustn for state convention Fred Kihn Ifliia
the of preventing and relieving
slimed for the position ot delegate I I 29 East Su
Bay Jacksonville JI.
Maooabtts of Ontario want 60 DeW bites ,dfctreea, the sum of $1,838,803.85.'Esther Shirts....... ........ ............... .. Toe
before the obis of the year, I H. Faunce Is now president of Ope Front.......... ... ...... 2Jur25cCUlars. : .A
Mea vatar from Oregon to give the Massachusetts Rebekab assembly and ......,........ .. .................... 2J4cCuBs '- s'
T11t hit third ute for hit> In the faraway Sarah A. Barry secretary.At ...-. ..............,.................... 5* YouBay'Em"t'ISGTYle'Efa I !" ,
Dp PhllipptaM was Bert J. Clark of AmhlQ no time have the Kentucky lodges TR.Q PICAL: Ladies1 Shirt WabU......_............15r. OYSTERS Cook.til Mjrwwaiu ,. Kit ...... .a.ne
teat 14, who felt in the movement of the been so busy as at prauot aU having bmr4IaAUatk.aa4MaUkr.t,,
the door at every meeting. bctweca 6 a. m.lid 1 1 p...
'8e 0p4 Oregon regiment upon the rebel FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. &etre.III.e1It8.l'oLI DnalsaadCtgstaWILL
certificate should be written
of Maloloa.
Stronghold ion In ink. It should specify what Banyan Street WEST PALM BEACH., KELTOT8 MWiBlAST.OUre ,
Liberty tent of IndianoU U now the poeeossat 1 holder belongs to, its name, .a Street Wfet,ala IfeaekBURKHARDTS
.... baud and ia making
of*full bow his dues
number and location; long
,a0.04bowt, and no tent in lowa-ia making -
are paid for; It should be plainly stamped -
ronord than Liberty tent Initiating
a greater
I with the sea!. 1
candidates at every rev lew.Cartford .
The before the order in .SUN.
prosperous year
of Hartford Is the largest
4 lent California will add largely to all branchesof July ij, as">a.
tent la Connecticut\ with a membership .. .
the order. .
of 140. If you are particular about your Coffee, '
so : Reports to the grand lodge of Pjnnsylvanla -
.. MA SONIC show 1,090 working lodges with (and most people are), you should try our
total membership of 106,121, a decrease of "

Pv.m.ler. .! I4Wrr sad Defraiera 858: "Cambridge Blend. -
of cosalry-ler91. cot. UNITED WORKMEN.Keep Tliere is real goodness and exquisite flavor in every capful of it. Er.
In the forefront of advunwxl civilization ery !grain is perfect in shape and color, absolutely clean, with aa indescribable
fr ema oory baa ever .bpi place, and to Sharp Watch .( the 9u.easUB newspaper"publishedin the g odor of richness:at irresistibly appeals to one's sense of .
DO one elan in the community are we Lt.ta-W.rkak.p Gleaal.... fight and smell, coujurioK visions, of hearty breakfasts and steaming
more deeply indebted for our liberties than Very men beoome suspended cups to every lover of good Coffee.It -
to the Masonic fraternity. It would be through many forgetfulness oversight or absence : County. 'Each week theycontain is packed in hand omely decorated tins containing One found
this to number Frees -
Impotable from home, and when they discoverthe The regular selling price is 40 cents

S mortar mason roils whose of tames the defenders are inscribed of this on ICOY'tfIW6D' the fact think the brethren ought to. have Our,Price 'Cents:?. 3 Tlaa for sco .
ko\ them (\D good standing and are so
In the Iota civil war and whose uffyndod boot uae they did not that they refuse Our,lowest priced Coffee te a regular SOe.grade. Our price*.....,... -IV.
blout bedewed the land during that memorable to be 'retabtated. Many others for Also a moot BatM&ctor Mocha and Sara Blend at..* ".,,,.. .,..r Zee.
struggle nor can we name the various reasons, indifference mainly, allow Try our Store(or COFFEEL.i'W5. -.
have borne flag to victory
who our .
many themselves to become suspended and .
t in the late war with Spain.-American ell)toot bother fo look up their standing, 3 BURKHARDT, Hud tail& i
Tjte.In who, If called upon by a brother or a committee ; Q
the trial of an accused In Teiaa of the lodge, would readily' reinstate All: the :News 5 : \, O <>OOO

witnea*who to a member of another lodge thenwelte.-Overeeer. ; X/ ..' i
cannot ala In the trial lodge to testify over All: the Lat4ivllla lodges are working .

} ,lbs bat objection hi* testimony members mull be of taken such lodge by a, and for a number ten members.will claim the premium of ....Stor.t I 11I'I Cee ds t Rack WiliPllttSl t .

F A committee' or by.deposition In the mannerjtovidafttpUw. I ansaa has amembership of over t|5,000 that IS NeW ; ,
an4 Maaacbn.sitaad6d,000and bulb! have : ,
There earns to be a desire on the part ba4 a light deatl)rate and a steady giowta.Tha +$" TtiOfflASOtl.& g OWt
eel aaay British-American Mamas to r ,
.. a oaaaolidattan of all the supreme Jffloors'have secured the
I khttabout,...a4 tndgaa In that territory Into one legi&ttve\ balls lit the state capital at In- ',1 healers In Dry Goods, Shoes, ladies' and Gentlemen's ,
diav >olto for the. session of the eapse.elode
tMBtral grand lodge
tn June Furnishings and Notions. .. .
itasonk charity, we are taught,extendsbeyond
The fraternal societies doing henlnsesin not only from West
the grave f here are some Masons extend Wisconsin 'organised, the same* Pain We buy for cash and eell for cash,so give lower price thtn atom whir give
that would haw Masonic charity for credit. Our motto in, Quick sakti and smut profits, and uu die-
than from the time In)lkaonri, mutual protection again*
j Ao the further last receipt for one doe roar to paid.-Trestle adverse legislation.\ They call their society Beach.immediate :vicin i crimination, but sell to all at same price, good are all
Board. th e''?Auxiliary U. the National FraternalCongress. 1'10-tf plainly marked in figures j
tF The grand pasaed chapter a law requiring of Kentucky candidates has recently A' \ MEN ity, but ,from: all points 01 1 i

sand an examination in the preceding ;

.decrees before being advanced. Rotation. .! omen U Ket.t) r. note on the Lake and'along 1 THE EHRMHN ReUSE

80 long aa religion remain ingrafted 2 Arommd eke Covncll 5""'.. Is now open for Winter Travel. .
In tha heart of the craft, the craft to certain At the recent ipeeting of the great council -
la flourish, and be assured of side, of Kentucky an effort to change the the railroad thus makingit
the craft -s.\ha La. Qc-ssUop.-
thai who religion In It cease qualification) for election of the great
b Will tow Mobility and po1l f. aocbeui. WWI made, but defeated. At present Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.

A careful preeenattoo of the funds of :It.1a a suooea&ion from great Junior easily Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
ti the lodge to an obligation devolving upon sagamore, to great senior sagamore, anglUl'sachem.
Hoy member, for by hi* vote they are U was intended to elect
titter husbanded or wasted from any delegate'or officer In.attendance *
I on the council THE
K*"kU .! Prtklaa. Mapeasoit tribe of Worcester to one of !
The endowment rank furnishes insurance tbe'UveUest In Massachusetts. It baa received -
for 60 cent per month per 11.000 for nearly. 100 application\ since the The :Leading F mily Newspaper I ---':" NEW MANAGEMENT,-
s i uses U to M yean, and the rate doe not first of cold \moon.
laoreaaa with age. In Illinois g ore are 48 tribes of Red FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla. f'
P 4 Supreme Chancellor Walter B: I Men, with a total membership of 8,440.

fUcbte of Ohio will deliver the oration at Thg Red Men Home association of Electric Lights, Electric Bells, I'-aths, Complete flenke.: '
KM unveiling of the. Bathbona monument New York has organized. This body purposes of Dade
ttfiyraooaa.Alabama. ,\to erect and maintain home and County The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.
paid out. f 8.98110 sick bonetU hospitals for the aged,indigent membersof
.. Take at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor the Travelers ,
car stopU i-'1.i -9
bet year and|,,1&71n funeral benefit the order&fid to support the same by *7 I.,
the sale of Wlnernl waters from springsIn

Lodgcw, when revising their bylaws, Saratoga.
should weigh each article and,section In New yon city tribes are taking In new
Its relation to the supremo law and then members tf the rate of about 60 per week. .Already THE SUNis: a wel STZnM
weigh each article and section the one
wUh the other.! Xatlomal Date*. GI1Ett G.
Members changing their address must come visitor tonearlyev_

It...... .. B...,. notify the financial secretary of their! --ol. DItALU IN :II.-
band Dictator Funk of Kentucky baa councils on the coupon furnished by the
bad much expcrlocea a*a member of the order ery home in this 'section
order, and It U expected that during his St. Paul members of the National Union Staple and Fancy Groceries
dail&totraUon there will be a forwardmovement are making move toward securing the
( all along the Una, national senate meeting for St. Paul In and its many attractive

Jue boo of the beet months.:In the 1000- Grain and all Food Supplies. !
year la which to Increase the member- The National Union to being known
IMp. and felt in tbs Greater New York, and features are 'bringing 'new i
life salad of the grand reporter of the beautiful emblem of the order Is eon -.- ,
Inland reduced from |30Q to splcuously displayed on the coat lapel of
,(600 Rhode a*his own was request all the members. recruits to its ranks ,each COUNTRY PRODUCE 1

"A' ifaryltnd raised the per capita tax tramS Always Fresh, Kept ia Stock.
Order ol Star ol Dctklchem.
& to ILea_ The order encourages useful industry week. Your Patronage; Solicited. -

Mystic tkrUe.Ta scientific research, literary pursuit and

*prewnt year promtooe to be one of robpect for.the civil laws and constitutedauthorities. I 4-14 West) palm Beach, fla.r l!
nusoal tntereat and pleasant surprise to
toembun of the shrine. To discourage intemperance. slander a
Intolerance and vice In all Its
nobility of the Mystlo Shrine toeomposed
to of the order's principle
sublime forms one
of Knight Templar
To for the settlement of all dlffljulties JudiciousAdvertisers: =
prtaowol the thirty-.ocond degree of Scottish provide i
Bite Masonry. i between members by fraternal
bitration to the order's aim.
Lola temple of Philadelphia number 1
f come .,700 jnunbors, Including many of Royal Areaaam.A THETItEET.MY SPECIALTIES:
the most dWUngoUhod of the Masonic\
resolution was adopted by the grand
brethren la the jurUdkUun of Pennsylvania .
New Jersey and Delaware. It* council of Pennsylvania Instructing ;i features are social recreation and helpful supreme represeuUtlvea! -to secure, U possible w FANCY FAMILY CROCER1R&
an amendment to the laws of the a CORNER l
fcerlty. order, by which when members arrive at CALIFORNIADRIL'DFRUITS i

Royal BelgkWra.Kansas the age of 70 years they may surrender FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
Realize this hence .the free
certificates and withdraw what
aambcrof Lcnefldary members of R money they have paid In. I

. J1. Of AXebruka to third in the 1.... The total applications for admission to. use which they make 'of its ---. IN SEASON. : f 9
April 1 then were 1 ,.QIl beneficiaryBeaton the order \last month were over 1,000.Golden aNEW

: aid increase la the Royal during Neighbors,March of, showing 1,695. C_ of the Wrle. colums and its increasing STORE, NEW GOODS COURTEOUS lREATMEKT.t= I

Instituted at EnoxviUe.July t t
." Tbo largos growth was In Illinois, with This order was
1876, and now haa. membership
i Zara seared of about 63,000 ladies and gentlemen all Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake. xt
thla seaarn the Royal popularity as an advertis-
As far as possible ; pledged to ab&nenfrom epIdDOUl or r
I boIIlhoW4 be represented upon matt liquor a*a beverage.The .
.. every Woodman picnic J. F. OLIVER Proprietor
Mctraaroe foothold In 11 l
TtobaslBoyalNeighbor speaker should order baa obtained a ing 'medium ,
gate and the city of Washington. .
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.... For all practical f"' oses the pine ,
TIt riper i* ".dc Count).Florida.TWPtCU ,--
-- He Hears Everything and Print Everything apple season of 1809 ia over. All things J!' CROCKERY and

SIS Pl'BLISHlXG COUP1XY considered has been anything but a

GUY L MKTCALF. Bono He Hears satisfactory season, either to the receiveror FURNITURE.All

se. I the bben. Receipt, to begin with.

tVtUSMIO EVERY THURSDAY Niter Contend That Darkness Ufht hue been ranch lower than in previous
i: AT WIT PALM SEAC...OAOl COUNTY, FLORIDA. Kinds of Boat Coeds.sum. .
Blttap Is Sweet Salt It Fresh. TaU'l1Sbopt seasons, with the exception of last year >
.Thwart,Door*,teak.>4 SwAll
WWCIIPTW PRIC'!. J2.00 A \'fAl.I or That Wrong It Eight. when the war ,played havoc with the '

,.- West Indian pine shipments after the ATTjOSA. Kinds of Fishing Tackle, and Hporlicg Jtod

"'en at the M fceoad rortofice CUM of matter.TBCMDAY. Wnt.Palm Bead down hitching in month uf April. This year the shipments Gasoline Stove Blue FUac Cerate OU Horn.GUitwarc .
"If I put a post ..* MU4 fate*
Br' Rudy
York lad UnUi Harrfaoa
from Havana to New were ,tampa
f JC1.Y l*. 18W front of my store I am violating an ordi. of* ,..MkUOntirmtiUvw tr iB4 ."...tMIIe a.....
J. horse untied the more than three times those; Jail
II nance if I lea-e my
year while, on the other hand,the shipments I -- J:::
I oIt street I am violating an ordinance.,
What am I to do and how am I tp< 0h from the Bahamas dczen.have Compared fallen off LEGAL NOTICES. County State Bank; the original ot which li n. PfVITKH. M. D..

t ?" Thus spoke a man list week. (IThe several thousand oa file In the, office ut the Secretary ot State. L.
Mann The Corner heard the remark with 1897 which was a normal year- (Signet) 1-:1-1 PAL BEACH.J VIA

but offered no solution 'It Occurs to me for the war put 1898 out of the running- DADE COUNTY STTE BANK. E. N. DUIICK. Attest '" .

IS ALWAYSlorsTT the 1899 season was only from one-half ..,-- Prnddent.. GEO. L. BRA.NSI.VO BUItI1tfl.'D.SURGEON
::11 a now that a weight of some convenient 6-22 Cashier.\ S. .
shape might be carried in one's wagon to two thirds as larg in point of re. Notice of Application for Bank [ \J, .

and ceipts. The comparative figures are as AID PNYVCLIN, '
the ground
which can be placed on Charter. -
be tied to when desired. I follows, the seasons running from Aprilto N OT1CE.In Eye! mail tar fy tcc'tt.Offlo .
July 3, 1897. to 1899 inclusive j1M)7. 'II I
4 I %
: Sotlew la hen> riven tbat the nnrternltned 'at Ke Uvact-fl talft CuUutvi
Verne's 1898. 19t.; hy Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir. *e-a.
When a boy I read Jules will apply to the Governor of the State i>l
Havana.bbU...108.000 22,000: 64.000 i cuit of Florida in and for Dade County
"Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Bahama, dot '84.000 >34O 40,000 Florida for letter patent upon the following U. ...
proposed charter lor a corporation to be In Chancery. i )4t.TILOM.tPtO4'.D.
Sea. Well do I remember jibes Fruit Union keeps no
c :dj. I It The Buyers' formed pursuant to the Revlned Statute of .. JoO.....,
', .( : and sneers made at such foolish ideas Florida JOBS! CAHUEB ) Office: C'-rwctllm iteA' a'
t records of the receipts of pines, the State ot Florida and the arts amendatory v*. >In Divorce-Crow Bill.
by people of intelligence. Yet today i which are quite a factor in the'tnart et. theret!. for carrying on a general bank- NANCV CASMCK) r wt"T.I'AU6. BK. It H.lauwu t IA. ... the
t read day after day of Verne's fancies(?) Owiug to the cold weather in Florida, big biMiueiw at Went I'aliu Beach. Dade It appealing from the affidavit of W. I. profession All UBU.ulnK.afr u jId crews* ..d kridfc4K a

,1AS1L II become realities. So with Bellamy's the peninsula has fallen way County,State ot Florida. Mete all.solicitor fOr defendant filed IB the wciiilty.| Teeth cstratc4 wtthxol ao|..

book. This is witnessing however this Dated this 19th day of June A.D.18'JO. above entitled cause,that since filing hi*bill .I ..'" 11"," .. ..'" ..a. ...... .... ..
great ,year behind its usual shipments season E. N. DIM<'K. said complainant has kit the County and '

I If AD fulfillment of his fanciful prophecies and ,the quality of the shipments have GEO. W.POTTER. State of Florida and that In bill briM hH"'i --

to the great upheaval l along business' apt been all that might be desired.t GEl \Y. LAISIIART. said 'John Casropr U a non-rvHldVot of .

if aqd social lines. What will come of the the season's pineapple E.M. BRELSFORD. the State of Florida and tbat hi* place<4 1 U.\ Ia.a..
In reviewing past '
\\ H.SPITZ ER. residence I* unknown to the affiant; and J.
-- agitation the "aristocracy of wealth"has trade. 'me of the largest receivers tbat the plain to. over 21 year of age, and QU1I3T.COOM .

tried so hard, and in vain to keep who also does an extensive jobbing ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION. tint there. .U no one In thin State the mice

PADE' SCHOOL BOARD, down, .God. only knows I believe it business in pines repotted, ,by the For the pnrpone of organizing an Aiwortatlon -I upon whom would bind the plaintiff and INUIAN, IU"K.t'LU&lltA,1JI.IIV

; might aRgrvgiiti.u of intfllectea : will it must, result in a bettering of the Jouinal Commerce as sajiug ;- for carrying on a general banking bun- that the defendant ha filed a 'crow bill and ---
I& thf' j condition of the common people even mess nuder and by virtue of the provklofmot answer herein. \I.IACIU. )tUI\US; ,
) bore diil .l tbut only eiamiBTM "The Fourth of July practically marks the Revbea Statntea of the State of Florida It !U therefore ordered that you John Ca- \

irf tW. County are competrut tuallv. even if blood, burning and carnage the close of the Havana pineapple aud aeU amendatory thereof. mer,do appear to the crows bill and nasser 8WMWir f ie A. W. Rob-ct,

:. become the terrible means to trade There will be more or less demand The nnderelKned.l who hare aubwrlbed for filed herein on or before REAL f mt ANti /ffU.ACI.'/
The Ikiurds I ,
I aDd worthy to it about. The near future'is ce.r-: stock 4if AmuiclMtlon herenfternained; ..
brirg ., for Florida pine all through July the August 7th A. D. 1899 Agent Sir West aim Hrarb Tow butt atoaWrat
: : of other Countir of the State are .o full of portent Anyone has aright their do enter Into the following Article of ABM Palm hearS Water Wurka
tainly principally 'y those who leave being the first ),Monday the month. rt'BLIC.CtrmaO .
lathed that mccewtul applicoots to guess and wonder-and I am fruit canning until the season U about elation: and of this AWMWeintinn It 1*further ordered that thi.order be published A" -.....sear airwi..
F FIUBT The name Ktjrta .
Pain 1ic'r. .........
for conswvutlyrweeks 5-8t-U7
week eight
I,; aDd Uflchm from other CouDtW doing both. ., over.. The past season has been very hall be "Tan DADE COGNTT STATE once a .
: prior to said 7th day ot August, A. D
,; got to be considered aut compett nt w > unsatisfactory from the fact that the BAKK." I
hone 18.t9, In THIS: TBOPIAL SUN, newspaperpublIshed GKO. U. IUVI.XL.jflEEN
here iU banking PRANKUN 8HE8X
? or qaatitkH until passwl upon by a If ever the theory of the incomparable pines have not bad thtir usual keeping I or ECOCTbe office shall be plnre located and Its operation t In said County ot Dade State of & 11UTLKU.

Dad County examination board. hardness of a darkey's head was demonstrated qualities. This has been characteristicof ot discounting and depositing carried! on. Florida LI: -

Vwfly ware puffpd up tu a bauble ,it was one day last week when all the three kinds of pineapplesthose .- and its general business conducted shall be Ordered this 1st day of June 1899. SURVEYORS AND CIVIL IHGUUHS..
A. F.qCUIBY.cs.
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al close range-not more than eight or grown in Cuba, in the Bahamas Went Palm Beach. Dade County. State ot .rk Circuit Court Office at Wwl !'VIII....
ia our pmit ranity. Florida and the business to be conductedby Lands legally ank-divM and maps Mrnbhed.
r ten feet-one sable son of Ham having and in Florida. The peculiar thing said Corporation; shall be that ol gei-eral W.L >>ITULF.Solicitor Defendant. aelectlag and grading ends. luratIng .
.: -. dispute with dusky brother on BanyanSt. about this season's crop has been that banking. and eatimatiug Uiaber a *| cl ,tly.All l'ai_..
hi and comet work raaraaiwO.
TIc STAT or DADE w GREAT; ., let fir a hard half brick striking his the pines would arrive apparently in TBISI-The Board of Director ot the Company monkallon by nail reedv* pma>M altea.tiol. .
of five Share-holder havIng TO DEBTORS AND CRED Mai..and ills. Print at U.w..l r>i-
side of the head short shall
in levelopment opponent a clip on the good condition, but if held for a NOTICE .
ambition ( In.EOKGE
great in MH, prmt-rilied by law eel. WEST PALM
!causing a sound like unto the popping of time, even much shorter than usual the qualification .
aid in fortwuf example. The lint meeting of the whare-holder for the Notice U hereb; given tbat all person hav-
-'-- aut tleawbt tal ..... IIIutratt'dinthe an over-ripe watermelon. The party they would spoil. Dealers have found election of Dlrwtor shall be held at Wet tag 1 any demand against the Estate ol James 8. ADAMS,
the struck merely put his hand up to his this year that, where they have proceeded Palm Beach, Dade County, State of }Florida C. Klcsley, deceased' are hereby notified to

4- raaraeott' mad by ninny of head to ascertain whether blood trickledbut as heretofore, thinking they had on the 1Mb day of January, A. D. 1900 or present the mto the undel'll CDPd.duly authenticated ,.. Commander

State pars anent the utter abt>ei ce nary"a trickle"or break of skin. plenty of time to sell a few barrels the at BUih other place or time a* the majority within the time' prescribed by law,or Deputy KNIGHtS! Bupr OF THE MtCCAKtt
-. of the undersigned! may direct. this notice will be pleaded barutercuiy.An4 .
f; (pmoutil limp aDd ft4ingshou lie then took after his assailant running first day after the receipt of the fruit, FornTH-The next annual meeting of the all owing said extate-.*v are required For the State _/ flOtida.

; I' lattto. \ rrwat: County S 'at contwt.8ocb him, out on the bn" ie._ Meanwhile.. inested I Ite a few barrels the next day, and, so on, Hhare-holdem for the election of Director to make persons Immediate payment me.3EORGE .W U tw Ktat.
cont.wt. are almiwt invariably) bystaid'jatbered: up the I {fee pines would rapidly become.specked ohall be held at the b nktng house of the W.LA1XHART. For Will InforuiatiiiB Institute Teats address a y

"caoaeof' bitter feeling, wtranpeOtvfitu small fragments of the shattered brickbat and by the time the last lot was to be AnvoriatloB on the nee-rod Mondav ot Jan- Executor of the Estate UEOIUiC H. .ADAM.
A. I). 1900,and of earn year
nf Jauie C. Kinsley.
nary. *
and often bloodshed Here' to exhibit is'men e i s. sold it wonld bring a very low price if but..U'DO election shall be held ou that day Went Palm Bench. Fla. fi-t-O'J w..& Palm HearS F1 rWa.

P lot Uttht Was WHR. I earnestly but a a a marketable at all Some of;the, most It may be held "n any other day.thirty days This twenty-sixth day of Janrary A.D. ,
and the victor Automobile carnages horseless vehicles experienced eiven and Jobbers in previous notice baring been given In a news. 1899.; 546.915 } BAUBKBStlOP. / \
ithoat Mttfrnww and all the
: published in Dade County: S I1Not rr* 1Ww.
had ciueapj&s
in Florida, the business have Ion
the are with us, even ._ such
has every rrewin to ndmir* spirit electI6n* hall be held according to reg- -
; "do 'UJOv'e and their hands tiiis'year hen't&y gave! Board Bchaittlt Proprietor.
Holtb both in and after Verily" the world every liftIoD'ai ni"y be prescribed by the
.. vanquished year is making previous ones seem'wonderfullvslow them th6 satt'e care and,,attention" as of IMirttow. not Inconsistent with the law NPTIcE.. i Formed al Hotel Kovtlt-oUctea.!

the tlJtbt. in the retrospect. Edison heretofore. This poor quality. in the of this State.Firmlb.. --
; .- .capital tock of this Asaotlatlon /* the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Only White Barber In the Town.
I said have perfected the pines has alao' b&tisastr6.ss, ia that
: : is to power shall be$15.000. to be'dlYldtd! Into 150\ Circuit Dade County Florida.
I Tic PAiLcw OP THE Srs gAy to supply so that it is comparatively economical it has to a certain extent prejudiced shares ot 1100 each. West Palm Reach. Florida

r million thvaddretw' of Judge A. E. in operation. :The horse if such dealers, either against the jobber who Bnt.the capital stock may be Increased In Chancery.MM.
: ; Fourth the fruit else against the fromtime to time 'a. may be deemed expedient Louse KRCHCH
H"I10 hi* account of the inventions multiply will become as rare sold. them or I HARDER 8UOI-,

r of July celebration lant wek ha and useless as a mastodon or other relic fruit of Cuba Florida. or the Bahamas.as a* provided",to any! by sum law.not The exceeding indebtedness$10OOOO ot MM SCHIB'A.SNELI.AND*. 1 Bill jo'"l't't'laoeIUUIQ ) QI1Y

:: : bwu th< occasion of more regret to of former ages. the case may be. The whole !season the Association shall at no time exceed the B. 8.NKLL.' AKD Mortgage. tfc Banyan Street

Bud the borne a a a has been a mean season and profits amount of Ita capital stock paid In and remaining Jfi Tc CBAMLU.OK. iTo 1 _
Tit He! manaKement I '
i have been small, largely on' account undiminished by low or otherwise
t i tvidere. of tills pr.per than we canvtlliexprm. The women ae not to be left in,the very rebates demanded! except M provided in Section 214 of the Mrs. Susie A. Snell and Irving B, Snell, 6.-tf M1LO IHMJPEB rr..-r.
of the heavy by
this Florida add Chancellor Greeting: It appearing
It wait an otuUniou.p&r rear in agent progress. Revised StatutesSIXTHThe Justus
has given them access to the ranks of our customers In former years we hate Board ot Director a majority from the affidavit of W. I. Metralf. tolicitor for
aud "Imple, aud as tmintentiocal Notaries Public, and 'now the Chamber been able to take pines early ard hold ol whom shall be a quorum to do buHlneM said complainant filed In the above entitled To Rent by the Hour or Day.

III It was unfortunate. The enactmet-t them"to ripen or color before, reshipping shall elect one ot their number to president cause. that von are each of you non-residenU of BICYCLES 1 IN TOIL
of Deputies have pawed an who nhall hold his office the State of Florida,and that in his belief Susie ONhY HEW
speech W811 one of' the ablest them but that practice ha been impos of this Association
Judge in France that women are to be per unless he be Unqualified! (or moved! for the A. Snell and Irving B.adl are residents of North Tropical SOB Block
-I .effort of the day, and while be wan mitted to practice law. That step, for sible this last sea on. term for which he was elected a director,andthey I 30 South Seventh street Minneapolis,State of Next Door
,iff,4rnp from severe throat affettkta in the hOtborivd.hi the absence or I I Minnesota, and that Jl Chancellor is a re W.R.MITCHELL.Proprietor.,
.- --- -- ,-, a a European country; is decidedly an "The cause of tie poor quality shall be Cook Illinois,and that .
to dcnt of Chicago county
the force of thought and grateful advance of thought in the considerationof Cuban pine is probably the fact that the Inability ot hi the dutle president They from shall any elect or appoint you are each over the age of twenty-one year.

exprewlon of idea and sentiment callings for women. formerly optn ,fields or'p1anations have been neglected perform cashier: and,other officer and clerk and that there is no one in this State upon

wen oonv the less appret-iated. Well for men only. during the rebellion,in the island. _The a.. may be required to transact the business., whom legal service can be made in your behalf;
and deemed) field have been devasted and the pine ot the Association; they shall ox the aalariwtu It U therefore ordered that you do appear to
; has thIs spetiLerearncd m and continue them In office his bill ot complaint filed in said cause,oa or
the appellation of the Everglade And twenty-two American athletes have been allowed tr grow almos .,wild. or be dlsmlM paid them them.**In the opinion ot a majority before the '

; port, and In bin Hprnrh was intervuven from Harvard and Vale are in England, !I What Florida pines have come here or 'be Board the Interest of the Asso 7th Day r'O"Aupt. A. D. 1899 Anadv'ertisement

made ouethink training to meet und vanquish th.ir I have beett fairly good but the cold elation may demand; and they shall gerer-
rvthiu that
that Florida all act which It may belegal tbe same being legal rules day.It .
in caused much damage do and perform
We trust English cousins on the field of sports snap ally to do under is further ordered that 'b !order, be pybUhed
of verse io. prose. for a Board of Director
of the
the occasion of tbfir: departure and greatly reduced the size allDy.lavs &week for four'cossecutive wetks
July 5th. wa:; the State ot Florida making once
and hm law
: thai Judge| Heyser many fn.m Yorkamid cheers and yield As to "Bahamas, a large portion the pn1per'to be made for the govern prior to Mid '1Ib.day Augu-i, A. D.:1".,.io .

: I friend will forgive the uminMon that wishes of their friends that they*might of the pMapplpiniq&hlter' Aa\e ment of the Assot-lBtlon not Inconsistent with TuB TIOPICAJ.: Sex..a'jitwspaper published' in :*. *

1' ha* been the occasion of MU much meet with the same surces that attended been shipped tv Baltimore for the canseries the law or these articles. Dade County and State of Florida. in
: Thi* AsmMMtiun shall continuefor Ordered this 3d day of July,A. D. 1899.
osortiflwitlon und regret to UII. them on the historic fields of Olympia in ,' KgVBvra a i'iudI- fifty jew from the date of [Sell]. A. P. Ql'IMBY '.

the International contest last year. "Prices this year have been extremely the execution of Its organization certificate, :.lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County.Fla. ;
the act ot It. W. LM ETCAIF holidtor for Complainant. -
dlMsohed by TSin
< DYe b easily
a a a a i gh. They 30 percent ucles sooner -
THE BOAKD OK Cot.NTVCuonniwioniTH higher than toil.. Whete No. shareholder In manner provided by law. .6W
It is the occasion of no littl favorable EIGBTH-ThewArticle*of Association maybe
ban rvia-hwl the of visitors and .,.3 pines in 1897 brought frum 4 to,4>i changed or amended at any time by the
: the
point where they.", furred to purIM comment on part have Cents this year's price has been from "ba -bolder*. In the manner prescribed bylaw PROFESSIONAL CARDS. will
that the street names
different from prospectors SK to 8tf cents. No. t pines have been and meeting\ may be called tor this or '-*. :
( a policy somewhat been posted ou all the corners, about, proportionately high."-N. Y. Fruit- any other purpose as provided! by the Stat. 'J .

,blat which has been characteriHtic :town. The Man On The Corner; is tnan'a- Guide. alOll or tile State and the By-Law of this 'V.I.. MJSTGALF, bring results

of them for It few year past. THE pleased to commend their erection and Association. conduct :
--... The names of the officer whs shall ATTORNEY. AT LAW.NOTARY .
for "iww the of their
8 CM,ha urged the uecnwit; compliment neatness con. the business of this AMOcUflon until those PUBLIC.

blood" in the Hoard, and with thl'dLtplaCfment struction and painting. We look into a cradle and behold a elected at the first election shall be qualifiedare and will
.. .. E.X. Dimtek Pre*., Will practice in Count,Stale and Federal
of one of the old lIIl'mben a crying male babe. At the age of 10 he M follow t lt: ldent Court

: by the nelcctiou of 11. E. M DonId The out-of-town people who patrouize is a noisy kid with half the buttons off Ident Qeo. ;L.C.Brannlng.D. Helldrcbnu.'k'tI'ft Cashier; W. H. Spltier.;' LAND CASES TROPICAL A SPECIAI.TY.Olflctn St'n Block., '

.- It ha twen decnouHtrated that the business houses of this place want his pants and an eye for meanness; at 15 Assistant Cashier: E. S. Dimick,U.D.Hen.drickson. West Palm Beach. Jade County" f lorl-Ia bring 'em quick.Just ,'J

W. V. Rushing now has support in ; some place provided for a drinking fountain he is a devil in a print shop: at ao he is E. M. Brelsford, W. M. Brown.

: for their horses. This is something the publisher of a country newspaper at James Pritchard Director LEX St. CLAlliABUAHS.ATTORNEYATLAW .
Urn 'formermethod'
lib% effort to supplant WHEREOF. We have
and that is deserving of the attention of the the head of every enterprise calcuatedto IS WITNESS this 19tb day of June 1\. try it.
hr Mind prejudice, operuii'in unto set our .
authorities. On convenient business ,
town any improve the town (r enrich the

of puhlu attaint to personal corner in the business j-art of town this man thereof; at 35 he is a emaciated, A.Signature D.1S99. : Residence: JACKSONVILLE FU

I end., by fair dealing and open,above convenience could be established, and it worn-out man with a bald head and U.D. HE\DRICKSOS.' Lake Worth Ha Practice In all the Circuit Courts State and

-. bfrirtl consideration: of mutters Hffiv would be a boon to man and btast alike. holes in his pockets, and at 5') he, is a E. X. DlYICK.POTTER._ West. Palm Palm Beat Beach,, Fla Fla. 1 Federal.2,2 -\l1i.lOPE. es-
'"at the public iutermt. The muvuth J'Ours on the LoUko44* corpse in a cheap coffin and his only resources GEO.OEO. W. KA1NHART Palm Beach, Fla

t | o. iirn.&'ntwl by thetw two Com Tug MAN.OX Tag CORNER. left behind are two cases of long -a:-. Y.. BRELSFOItD }'Illailleacb. Fla.: & BKOUME.

:- lDt-1ttwt't'; aud: the) fnnvd; adoptionOf i; ; .. primer, a Washington hand press and a 1 JAMES PRITCIIA 111), Tltusvllle.Titus'Ule.Fla Fla:

on of them was the enteringVtslfte subscription book with 678 pelirquent W. M. BROWS. Palm Beach, HaSTATE ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,

,'j that will H* tt'rtnilll11't'Mult in Staggard The-a-- Bishop. < subscribers, who line up and march past W. U. sriTZEK ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA GEO. H. MALTBY

his coffin saying. "He was a public- OF FLORIDA.)
the final overthrow of the clique ofComraMuneni A good story is told of the bishop of ('oniTY OF'DAPfc [ S-l-99

with whom Mr. Uuah .Atl inta Georgia. He recently addresseda spirited fellow, but he could never save On this 19th day of J um>A. I). 1899, before -DEALER IS-
an jibing."-Franklin (N. C.) Press.
tog has, until now had to combat large assembly of Sunday school children me personally came Laluhart.E. N.IHmtck.Gforj K. "'.BreU- C. IIOOU.M. D.. Household
"ngle-hlind..Jat. that day will follow and wound up by asking in a very 'ord W. Potter and W., Ueorge 1L Spltwr W. "ell kno; n to me to H. Purnitureunera1Supp1ies

ltbt. .New blood in the County and paternal andcondesqending'! way. "And! Adam, was the" first printer. He be five of the person described in. and who PHYSICIAN AND SURCtON.
is there aa-any1ittl'e girl woult kiss the cheek of Eve. It I.' Article of Associatlon -
gwaleninp to the niethotlx now who printed a on executed the foregoing Office and Residence near Royal l'olot'laaa ,
ft general like to aik a qugtion ?" A shrill little was a neat, tasteful and stylish job and I I and who severally acknowlediied! that Hotel PALM BEACIt lM8

that have characterized the hundlin! voice called out. "Please sir, why did made a good impression. Eve liked that they executed the same for the purposes

: ; of public trust by the ring of whihthe the a'igels! walk up and down Jacob'sladder kind of printing. We also do prii ting therein witness set forth.In whereof. I have hereunto set my l>. BROWN, .

OofLmbwiotier clique! M a (part. when they had wings?" "Oh, that is neat tasietnl and stylish that band and official seal the day and year above T. SPECIALTY

,UI ltanD show it.. forte The ring ah. )'ea-I see," said the bishop "and everyone who knows good printing when .'rlttt'u.WILUUII.. METCALF, [Wall ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.

t\\tf\ ttwt mining of thed.iy und now is there any little girl who would they see it, always endorse. The lead Notary Publk. Plans and.pt'l'llteat00tl1u"'Iart't1.!

bare alie-tdy? Nvrun to hndp n d like to answer little Mary's question ?" houses of i-urnty hate their printing We hereby certify that the above 1* a truecopy Jobbing work Vatura given street.prompt attention at West Palin Beach, Fla

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''f! I S'I fat hi ira, CM. Tk. ..!!..'. fmftmtt Power ...ue. Bow They A.. 9.1U asi System of -
II'MIW I 1SNDS. n.h .bavIme w... U th. MI4t The conqueror rids gioriwn .
!! Lively Eacac..t.A I round which wbmu* t .ho u Bow likes. adfUjte > Mar* Thaa O.-lIM. 1I.I.teee. ECONOMY OF GOOD ROADS GENERALLY
*.-Aflulk tpic.Mine The first victims of falling prices areprodaceia From Stuttgart. Germany.. a correfpoodent RECOGNIZED.
... I half-naked man. sticking his heat ejee h*.. MB the "t xj", ., the empire of the weakest class. Then of the Haven Register who -

Entire Group UnquestionablyResult out"of the rward eight-inch gun tur that hu come; are the farmers-weakest because poa- bill made a study of the road system of .. ..... ... ..
ret on the Brooklyn to get & breath ol rYe heard itt mad hoeanae to th* tnutf M- Swee. St tJr. lsasgsrm
eatagkast capital and unable either that sends the following 41
I of Volcanic fresh air said to me as a couple of bit raudinc hum; country remits e' .r W.-I.e.-r..n. J.Wkeeoale
Upheaval to combine or to top producing-hence of his observation:
shells whistled beads
over our ano Fw leeD its golden eUndard flaunt abofe it* eul- Ik. 'al..1 Ipr.ved
From Ocean's Bed truck the water beyond: "Funny song 1tfrum- :I the agrarian distress! in every farming All roads excepting those streets ut.a...,... '

they sing, sir," and then disappeiredtiyi ,- Iti nugtat min-hlng oa. country and section of the gold using that are within towns are divided into

a writer ia Leslie's Weekly.In world; hence the efforts of the farmers classes-Yi&, state and county roads. Wheelmen must be credited with the '

!J AWDEVOIDOF MINERALS the two hot engagements In whici CBOBti.: everywhere to better their condition The state roads are the most Important first organized movement for the,improvement
; I have watched the fighters closely I Power and glory to till enplnlHearko through"various political devices. The thoroughfares connecting the larger of oar rural highways. It
: have never seen anything Indicative ol ( tn iu hungry roul) staple of Australia is wool.whose exportation towns with one another and are built must be admitted that wanted bet
fit NebNf Fads About Some of the fear. True everybody has curiom G1oI'). Klorj. hallelujah! they
until made
so profitable 1873. and maintained entirely by the central
% sensation as the first few shells of thenemy < Power tad glury etrenoon. ter roads that their cycling: trips mightbe
MwaWns Which Tower Thou- whistle overhead and whet! that continent very pro per us. A large government The county roads, are rendered pleasurable but it
rye eea it In the watch On ot tbe able ioldierrcampt : British debt was contracted. But between i those which. connecting the smaller ,

'. :> iiaJs of Feet. I,I one zion strikes you look, with around Its anxiously frightful for explo at ; 173 and 1883 wool'fell from 33 villages are built by the county with. must also be acknowledged that in

r. heard it from high altars 'Death a thouciadma cents to 18 cents. The whole for qualifying their argument fo theirpurposes
: Instant If the smoke is cleared froa clip a tate assistance up to, two-thirds of
na tsaattfst Cttr .( B..aaaa-TII. A*. your ship, you will fee a puff of smoke ;;ie lamp; year ia now insufficient to pay the annual their cost, but thereafter are entirely they have font"' i>ne o the.

.*.. .. ..,.. f&l..-A.*... ..a M.... from a battery axhore. Then Just M r. *MI.. iu cubtle fuctioo in tbe cruel of tropirampe interest on Australia's British held maintained by the county basic rules cf domestic: eeouomy..
... you have forgotten the smott aloul debt. t is about They started with the idea in view
l of
en. KsU.sm tie fir** )' U4 rWafwtm Its mijU i* man-hiiu on. The general way building
aa4 e..Urt-Tfc' C.'lIvsIL.a three seconds later you hear a sound Panic rose in 1888 and wu lulled ior'a the same for both elapses of roads. except of having onr .country bi bwlr' improved

,, .. ..... s4 ..... like a swarm of bevs humming ovei rye beheld itt red htation and its Kfried maL time by reborrowing at high rates. that on ,state roads which have so that a trip awheel not
your head. Pretty soon the shells begin of steel But'lt entail a scramble through mnd.
came. In January 1893. 40.000 the heaviest traffic the bed of materialis rb
TU tfftat awjuWtion of the Ha to come faster and faster. The] I'" heard iu vote ol menace vhik aubmladwmUiuoi rocks uneven and porly
houses tl rent in Melbourne. the : used without to to
islands and their in- wen ) regard cost. BO m
Willis troop of drop in the water on both sides of you kneel; facts UHf generally nnridsliietburoagbfart -
of the and the debits population having decreased in 1892 by say t whereas on the county roads ma !
Integral part One hIts the
CorpnttOvB u an military mast it hu eeized their wlth u rtuaom, .duinei I They will end by proving to UM
territory of th. United Statea Infest of steel and rope and wood comet them eapUvc. to Iu wheel- over 17.000. Tbe exodus continued terial from local quarries frequently!
tltB with A perttllar Intunl.o tumbling about you. You look upwonderinirly IU tuigkt U nurchinc on. and even increased in 1893. used. The traces and leveling for a nevi satisfaction of farmers that first class ,

&*bt %*fuN. Wei tilt American proprapk bnt give it merely an !nIl4nt' Now it ia our turn.* Tbe United States road being completed-the maximum highways mean .t1Inca loads.

centrally will becoui as familiar thought Then your mind reverts It hu sounded forth trumpet call that meanethno pays mainly in farm produce at least grade allowed U 6 per cent though in hauiDg"a all Inl th.year. saying -
tide of Hawaiian life to the terrible of own] retrtmt; and all at a pumtlv eating
with Ml Ute roar your $100.000.000 year in foreign interest some unavoidable cases it ran rise to 9 \
atol tUtory aa with any port'on of outcoaatry. runs, and then comes the single idea I It iI ninn* out its fiction 'f,," it* dread injuneOoO This was a light burden in 1873. when per cent-the ground is excavated in of cash olt1y. '1 j

Although these' Wands arebrUetwi of keeping outside the radius of fire. *UUOh. wheat brought $1.85 a bushel in Lon the desired macadamiiation width to1ie In tbee the most bitter and th
to bar been Inhibited for not of the enemy's guns but those or I be iwift mjr ..UI. to cheer it oa. be Jubilant '
don and $1.13 on the farm. In 1889!>> it depth of 14 inches. Herein are mOt bigte oppiUon t highway 1
: wore than a hundred yean th ;taming your own ship equally dangerous u I mfet! This
their disav ltsmigbrtswildngon. had fallen to $1.08 in London and 69 planted the rough quarry foundation provement wa enl"uDtfr opposition
the of
paint IB their history wu your safety, preservation" youi L I
rv by tit* white man nsor than ear-drums and TOUT life.I cents on the farm. Tbe 'yield for 1889 stones rising from the bides to the mid at first 1 obthui'e and 1
120 jean ago. The future of them stood by Commodore Schleys side, I're felt it in the tbouaand hioU that woctU CM- was about 840.000.000 bushels whichcame die so that the arch of the completedroad well organited as to seem invnlnerabte.bat f

Inlands will ubloull111e of American with Hag Lieutenant Sears, duringthe nut explai; to somA $113.000.000 less than it shall be one-fortieth of its width .the wheelmen with -ehamtrrititioenergy t

BUE*. Bat there U very qUid that 1* first two bombardments of Santiago rYe Mimed it I. ,billowing: tmoke of far Msatlas would have brought.Id years earlier to Upon this foundation crushed basalt 01 continned their unceasing q- ;

unusually Interesting In the origin the and we all found ourselves absolutely plain; say nothing of, the lower income in granite in pieces of a cubic inch i- tation. until the WeD began :I
I've felt it in that demon deed. the mjrMerjr of
ml. UM climate. an4 the nataral prod- forgetful of peril watchingthe the UauwIu freights which bad to be suffered in strewn to a depth of from four to five weaken Later some of their strongest (
ttcU of tbew Inlands as well a* In theorr1ttoa1 shots from different turrets, and order to get it marketed at all For the opponents became convinced that the :
marching on.
and habits of the native telling the gunners whether to depressor rnipkt year 1893 onr wheat brought the fann bicycle riders were right in,their claim ;

laUnlera. Toe entIre croup U unquestIuUbIy raise the muzzle of the gun. We In the table of Jude Chri wu bon beyond ers only 04 cents the lowest price ever I that first class highways are a public .
the result of a ru'oanle upktaral kept accurately the tme: of all move-
the 1'
&s. known in 1894 it necessity not eaj One !
till then But
bet and the menu, of fire of shots was t bllng
front thai ocean opening good But tn.prial law and Judgment nailed him high( convinced they side
wtly original auU of hawaii was pure of silenced batteries and of "cease lower still The New York price of came f
r thrown upon a wheat 60.4 cents. The price on of the wbelen and now the bicycle .
lara. This rolctuie product firing.; The balls whistled about "woe unto the noqu bed" U taught to you was
I up by what was undoubted/ series you with a nasty whine as if and me- farms at aU remote from railways can- riders fanen are working in tb

: 1 of swrvMtktts of sub-ocvaulc contultoj they deplored not icing able to hit you For murht U marching on. not have been above 45 cents. The London most absolute harmony "

L **. tuuk Uw form at first of rant but half the time the roar of the fusillade price was 22s. 104 a quarter a fall Thp wheelmen are convincing .b ,

illl nwpd nwsntain ranges which still of yonr own chips drowns the Oh. mije eye have Ken the terror ol the empire ,I of 3s. 6d. from 1893. 'aren that thongb bicycle riders SM }

rraala II most luiprwwlT form in complaint of tho enemy's missiles of the "lord." In 1881. 883.000.000 bushels sold for benefited by better rc the fume '

t ..,ml vu f UM Islands. Three masses Yon experience at tnt a Grange feeling He U auctioning of tbe vIntage wbere till treat107 456000000. In 1893. 896,000,009 are also sharers in and that
I aT lava moled and became a sort of of enjoyment not uiimhed with bond are stored; all classes are ieteietted in ridaUa
bushels shrinkage
sold for $313.000.000. a -
tack which, singularly enough has nowbert terror. Then you prow animated and In hi grasp are *.Ii. and anuU and a adentiAriword
IB It any trknj of mineral mat. discover a peculiar sort of charm in of $348,000.000. The money yield bijhwl18 If

ter. With the single rxwptlon of sulrvhw the danger and in the game of life or Ib* might U marching on. per acre of wheat has fallen in 20 yean tIll( : been accomplinhed by denenxtrating -
no mineral substance Las been death. EicaiEB TBORLASB. L!. D. from $18.16 to 19. or about 54 percent UYKh HOIWo.i.L. to the farmers that paved
( A. W. Bulls tin.
fuvtol uu llswaliaa soil. TUt-su lara.SMBtala Cotton prices have fallen very ] highways are economical in actual annual

ranges are ro lb. broken I I A Pea I'trtara *;t. I'wai Dew,. WHERE IS THE GOLD much like wheat prices. The cotton inches, upon which. as top dressing, cash outlays for road bnikUng.

u4 precipitous' and In many places |I I While we were at Cavite. Admiral crop of 1893. 6.600,000 bales of about shell lime is liberally strewn before and Heretofore it has been the general custom

Impassible la some hutaiues they Dewey visited us. He tame on Sunday People Have Yet to lee the Mosey'Balasee 470 pounds each. brought the producernot during the wet preying! by the steam for counties and 'ow1hip'0.p

rt.. taottntala peaks of great height morning wliil we were at quarters of Trade" DroBght.., over 6 cents a pound. or about roller. propriate a certain '1UI Jel _
the alfbett. Uauua Los sql Mauna fur and his The roadbed being so completed a for road building which was' worn
Inspection barge was By reaton of the "balance of 'rade'in 186000000. By the price for 1873-
Kea, la Hawaii rising at>ont 13uio gravel footpath of about 1} in
alongside almost before we knew It favor the United States last viz. 16 cents-it would have brought { yards than a farce The money so
in is our year
fort: llabakala's summit Maul writes Cadet SnrRt-nt of U. 5 S. 8, Mon- 496 1-3 width is made on one or both sides of ated was used principally .prp
MMO feet above sea level The peaksof received and evidently retained an over $310.000.000 more-viz.
adnock. lIe the the road of these
IUSllt't.'tl-'l1 divisionsand. Alongside paths run
] salaries of the I
.. $ In Oahu. millions. The yield acre of oenn dirf
th 1'11. Tantalus. are money per
of all had amount of foreign gold averaging nearly
course, we a rood look a ditch as deep aa the roadbed. which dumping here and there of
innS U">> fwt in height cotton baa in 20 fallen from $23 a ld
of thaw at him. Ills appearam-e wa not at f d pr capita for out entire popula yean twelves) the water from the road through dirt into a bole The next rain washed
A Botabl. fart about some to $10.65. or about 62 ceDrite
all an I had Imasiucd it. I hall gather per .
HawaUaa mountains U that they eon- ed'from his phoU.jrnum Unit he was tion. This is mere than the 'amount of money yield per acre of wheat corn i gullies at short intervals. A fruit generally this out and left the road in its treC Ions

till_- with UM unui abruiitnetts to aUK a very .mall.thln.IUnned. sharp featured all kinds of money actually in circulation oats, hay and cotton taken together apple, tree. being now planted at condition When the money was expended _

high strung man and I had al. I among the people previous to that has fallen in 20 years from $15.Wto every 18 yards. aa also 100 yards, and for the building o a new road,

I way had difficult In associating him time and it ought to have very nearly $&u. or about 48 percent '* % milestones the road is entirely finished it was spent in cutting a die on either

in that form with the great fame he doubled prices and stimulated business From 1873 to 1882 the nation's paying These state roads vary in width fro fide of the proposed rod heaping the

has gained, I shall never be troubled beyond any known event in the previous power was reduced at least one- 6 to 13 yards the average width bef tearthsosgcnred center and _

I I 1D:.Ulat way again. He is a man of history! of the conntty. But has it done )tb5rd.f We could no longer liquidate 7H yards. The average cost per mile Ptnrningteama loose o it. the road b -

average site-at least he Is not notice.1bIsmsnit1n.biswhhia.p.ct- sot We admit that there has been an our foreign. interest in wheat and cottatT -- 10000. Fur every mile and a half of ing called completed. / _

improvement in business among certain and had to begin sending gold completed road a roadkeeper is engaged In either ease of building or repairs \
there Is no trace of ;
1 nervousness.Irritability of classes-the protected factories and abroad, a movement intensified in that who receives wages varying from $125 the money was, absolutely tost fur ,tt
or eccentricity sort
lie does not appear In the least any pomp. trust interests-bnt there has been nu England has been drawing in the principal to$200 per year. His duties! are to mend all had to be done overagainnpbn the

one or self conscious.\ As lie' walked appreciable improvement among the of her loans b r.net imports ol all small ruts. to brush the road in dry coming of the next year. It ia this ays-
of the people. It ia just as diffl weather or scrape it in wet at least one tern of waste that the wheelmen have
through the ranks of my division tht're'wa. masses gold having been for 188?. 600.000: I
I nothing in bill manner, :in his voice cult if not more no, to sell property for 1888. 800.000; for 1889. 3000.* a week: also to keep the footpath sought and are BOW 11'eking, with the aid -

or In his eye when he looked at you now as it ever was before. The increase 000; for 1880. 8,000,000. ditches and everything pertaining t,. of the farmers' aMjociatiun. to change.

that gave any sign that he thought we in the circulating medium baa not E. BKSJAXQI ANDBKWH. the road ,in a most perfect condition I That i can b done they a prepared
considered him anything! mo-v than a stimulated business according to the Which duties occupy him about six bourn to demonstrat They refer particularlyto

) casual visitor on tht shin: whereas he just expectations of the people. Cat WAR ON UNION LABOR. per day throughout the year. Special wok accomplished in New Jersey. I
must have known that we all looked at I rewards are given to those who are moat
anvUdy say why it has nott Tfce IQ'I I Magsachuaetta. Pennsylvania and

had him ever as perhaps seen. the greatest man we I"er Is found ,in the question at the I Military P wo. Cs11e4 .. D. the n.. painstaking For every 00 miles of road Connecticut where the tanner who _

I He stoops a very little in his walk head of this article Where is the gold ..... .1 ... IIU.re.. there ia an overseer with a salary of have had their highways improved I
Have reader received $11 multimillionaire from $400 to $500. whose duty it is to would not return to their condition -
but it is Dot a m-hot.irly stoop nor a yon. your Perry Belmont the goldbng prni1
==:=E stoop Incident to age, by a-,y means; in gold, and have your wife and children that Richard Crckersayi watch over his.piece of _road; report as for double tW L,

----i.: -:- --. nor does it detract from his personal- got their .8 I Has any man who will some day be president of tbe Unit to repairs continually tot each county The dirt road as ordinarily buU
appearance nor from the Ide.i that he may be classed as "one of the people" ed States. and Whitelaw Reid the there is a state (road engineer) inspectcr. are almost impassable fully

V L' .OYAl. PALMS.great Is a commander of men. His step is Been the color of his |3 in gold Not 'multimillionaire whom the Republican who reports finally to the superintendent year In winter and spring' the1.re hub
I .. ocean' very firm and he looks strong and aclive. will for there ia of roads in time ministry of the end. and
distance below the surfare. one we guarantee no party tried to make vice president are deep il riding or driving over
;; Soundings taken hare proved Ills face Is wrinkled: but not gold in circulation. It has all gone into together the main owners of the Coeni interior The inspector's salary ranges them is next to an impossibility IB

that UM Mauna Loa really extendsdowBward caused disagreeably by care the or wdnklea designed are to either be the pockets of the money sharks thq ,,d'Aleue mines where by order of President from $7U< %\Q: $. .000 summer they are nothing bat dust several

at least three ml'e* below there stock and bond gamblers. and into the McKinley the United States troops inches deep, and almostas, bad for ,
dUtam only three and a by nature they certainly were Want a Wide Tire L*w.A .
; Ih sra at a
vaults of the banks and all tbeee classes the months.
use raining
never traced by Ill temper or nervous were engages in warfare against union a il Every one
half mlii's l from the shore, pting Toronto man wants his
His have "an abundance of money. as labor. soldiers government using dirt road knows this,
4 ..tlr* BAOMtalsj. from hue '> treat an worry eyes are gray an4 very The regular un.d.er the a country
altitude of almost sis miles. Immense steady and his forehead Is high. Russell Sage expresses it, while the people orders cf General Merriaiq. pwted the .vehicles"to enact a Uw compelling all and no one any better than the tnl ra.To .

: rural ""'f. girt the Ulaud 'u many The impression that I gained and I are as poor as they ever were. It following prpclama.UpQ Ulmultboqt that varryilW a dead weight of 600 haul agricultural products over
do not think it Is an impression that has been dated within the few punuds (If over '4> the public highway such roads is what farmers in
|......, rising sometime eighty feet past district and proceeded to enforce it by nearly I
will be readily effaced U that he Is tu have a tintnut less than five Inches
i Above at* level.Ak days that the banks are "glqtted. with the bayonet: every,ttale in the union are compelled .
: c the seashore the cor'blnattonof a man and of broud kindly disposition deep intellect gold. and yet the people tee none of I it ''Certain organisations or combine wide It i U the narrow tire that is destroying to do and each time they du it they I

lava sal and marine dq>uit hits frnu charactei man If. on the other hand they were"glutted" tiona existing in Shoshone county beet / our ruada As soon aa the rains are being tugh a leNnuu' which has
who Is
na with silver it wonld leave
bnt lesson
shown be recently
bear his laurels themselves to criminal in
purpose bn heet
nuxlextly now that l
rice the knife 1 do believe that there ia
i la sugar cane, native or
the bank nod circulate of
accident of time and iwdtlnn has enabled vaults among by procuring property to be destroyed one Iho\T\!,that eVe .
tare ruttt. baninas tocoauuts.Tb ever will be a country road constructedthat
him to pro\* his greatness. the maBHpg! and every one could have and murder to be committed. time a farmer hauls anything over -
.f Honolulu Is lilu10.t literally
city will stand the narrow tire. A five
some silver to help along the businessof by reason whereof it has been twin a road be ha* reduce hu load from
a city la a 'ar... ... It Is MI emU wrml inch tire. however will press anti ,
la the rtflmens of Us f..llaje of i OM OJ..r," I. the Trracbet. the country. We want a.currencythat necessary to declare martial w in Shoshone uiakri the surface still solid one fifth ta (-half bin wagon carrying .

: 1Jal..... rwoanut tret*. umbrella -monkci The day that followed July 3 were circulates. We are on a gold bali connty You are therefore noti when the road more softened especially capiti ity It shows him that he is losing

".'." UK and aUrroba, and other filled with luuuinmerable visits to the but no man among the people ever seesa tied that men belonging to said or other by hum unu-balf t fonr.fifths of bin time,
tnrs of tropic and Mml Irupk growth Spanish lines under flags of truce says piece of gold. The whole business of criminal organizations during the con rain."instead of cutting as a narrow tiredoea. and bin breakdown and repairs teach

that frw'w Ib. Pall$ summit: or the"ruftrbbowt. "ttcribner's Ma,;ume." To tho men in the country is done with silver silver tinuance of martial law must cease. Incase him that a dirt road is expensive aluiurt -

.'* the buildings abdrtrret* the pits who knew nothing of the exigencies ,certificates greenbacks and national this declaration is not obeyed yoni To Prevent Ra,.. to the point of luxury every tint
ars arartvly risible fur the palmInra of diplomacy, these virgin flags bank shinplaster certificates of debt he U
mines will be closed. AH parties applying Rut will not be formed if horses are 011
thai flourish there; the most were as offensive as those of red are to Gold is not a circulating metal and for underground work in any of the attached the. wagon properly, The To overcome tb nnneceiuary outlay
beautiful sad tuiptwlng of tU! .'iu U the the bull. The wen had placed their own
*Uovil I'alm" (MM* of tb. lliMt of flairs along the entire line of treuub.es, consequently it ia not fit for a medium mines will be required to obtain from "yublet re* should be lung enough to and make the U cur highways more

........1.'. streets ls the Airline of and though they a!:orded the enemy a of exchange. It serves its purpose as a Dr. Hugh France permit authorizing cause! the horl ell. to walk directly iu 'l furtLt it in proposed that they b

Haiti I'alaM.aa4 perfect target and fixed our position as balancer of accounts and a basis of said person so applying to seek for and front of the wheels. A burse! will not..bui ly.'tlticaUy upon scirntifto -
11"11I. has very niaajr r| aclourslilnaft tlearly as buoy mark out a racecourse, credit. while silver and paper do the obtain employment"Because walkin a rut. aud hettte tbe wheels prilcple To this end student uf tb

ha"-t. of modern the men wanted the tUgs there, and business of the nations; hence the peed a dtze mine laborers were wilt not run in the tracks of the last tn bjld deviiicd. what in known aa

......11k..kJa. TW dwrlUatfs ..' ttw naa felt better at seeing them there, and so of bimetallism. We need a money for criminals and blew up property witb wagon This keeps the roadway comparatively : tate Aid to lgbwaylwlrovewent."

tlvt*. -w".vrr. known as "ira* then they remained. The trenches the poor as well as for the rich. Undt' dynamite all members of the union are smooth particularly when I system by thtllIeD
......& w... built of I.....*..... frametaairM formed horseshoe five miles
a curve ia i Weselt conditions the rich bare it a.]U.| officially branded as lawless and expelled wide tires are used and any stones building is taken from the shoulders
.1Ift. .11w s4k Iarlu..4. atl *1w roof length and the entire Hue o .
wa| and the poor go hungry. How lung from the district When were loosened by the horses' feet are rolled ( the Irollr'YfWDtlllndh ul
rfittrrly with the Irull4'tl decorated with our flags ;When
tbrse conditions continue depends millionaire mine manufacturers down the wide tires the a
following Unde
owners by
Wbkh art f..ad la great abuu la tfc. .lUn.... TV** houe bad uuallr Irtish: aud the suit kissed theirolors, upon tbe length of time the few rich and trust magnates driven out of a horses. This is the Pennsylvania system law parsed by the la.t leiiblatnre tb I

M wladows. and only .1It'' wideiWrway they made<< oue of the most injuring will be able to fool tbe poor and on the district because of tbe crimes-all too for protecting turnpike roads. state of New York the state pays :

As A. trvs arr evir nede and beautiful picture of the war.. size of the next crop of idiots.-Mississippi frequent-of aunts of their number per cent of the \t.1 COt. tie county 85

f.y warmth aa4 nnufwt. they were The men would crouch for hours' in Valley Democrat: and Journal of I But while Belmont U able to call out Glass Street per cent and irojcrty uwneraoaeither -

.f r..rn, without thlumer 1 h* onlylamtians the I'ltn with three flag rUfe'ling'above .Agricult urn. the soldiers against thane who destroy Broken glass which has hitherto been side of tbe improved highway

or Biting re<|i'irf.t were them and felt well repaid for tuejr ser hit property and also against thousandsof used to make ornamental tiles is now eftvb oH, percent

at.. leaps *f Ira......veo miU .. tilthMa4 vl*; but nheu they saw .crawling War T.*e. Not %.theteaI. innocent men and women there is no being converted into blocks for paving: It has been entimated that a mile of
lbS fe'4s. TU Dative Hawaiian airoM the alley below the long white Our war expenses in the Philippines punishment civil or military for tbe the roads. Factories have been: e.tab-- macadam or telford road costs on an i '
bad M .** fur chatri ur IiI& s liar of truce their watchfulness 4emettuated. certainly not growing less and the Ii
are crimes of Belmont his ellowg. Tbii liehed in France and Switzerland for average from $ .000 to $3.000 'I will %
Tto ruliiraitoa" af sugar ai I rkt has theirlglljuce betuma
twr rraarkably prvatahl on the low they nun-Led and cuBetl at: faret'ID.I the lowest limit for the present appears to thing of tbe constant use of the civil the production of these glass\ bricks and I i b seen from this that the CUt per mil ,

lawe aknx n.. t4ua.t la aiaojr parts white liar bitterly These flags were have'been reached in Cuba and Porto and military power for the strong and some streets in Geneva have been paved I to the property owner at th larger fg ;

.f U.. toiafels, sad sugar |.lintatton* h4-nt iu NO frequently that the men cornparet. Rico. The adamantine fact remains against the weak will some day be stop- with them The glass ia subjected to : ure la only $225 At i rate, I Ii

!. suatamt hawaii are "n.1 I si a tuft ; them to the different war extrasof that the war taxes! passed for a specific ped. The theory of our government is beat until it is boft. then pressed into .i farmer owns I full uiile frontage (which

: UmU* rlrvalioA alwv* tit. *.... Tlwfertility a dally |*h|>er. and would ask "Has I, purpose long since! accomplished are that equal and exact justice should! be, bricks. It loses, its transparency, but I implies a very large farm and consequently 1 1II

.f .... lUvatlsa soil I* litO" that lit u'tltxk' edition gone In yet?" not only to stand permanently but even r done to all men. But in practice we gains in resisting power It afford a much hauling) tbe original cost I

|>, UM f a<1 that Us sugar rat prodm ant ".. thin the baseball edition corn- with this addition to our revenues have drifted far from the Amuenjcan good footing for horses will be fcaved in a very few weeks in re j i'

; II ..... thai doubt prr sire that of tug out now, or U ian extryfOue there is a great and continuing deficiency. thecry, II pairs saving of time and iDereat

I aftM" of Cuba.llavailab of the regulars said to me in .-New York World. -_ 1I.1I. In \\1.... Tlrea. loads The bold bauie 'I
lb. Island If all the ara, tr-at terplexlty: "I can't make out Party LI... imTfce :t,14"I. ifaone baa ever accused the Standard farms of IJroprtiunl cunt i I

M* Ua4 are i.UrM aa *.... J sasutalac a pUl4ltltlQ if two kids In a street fight! stopping 700,000 in 1886. but Director Merriam 1 C t
The new definition of treason will to In fact it baa even been intimated county for its share of the curt is like I
.f at ....1. minion. prwbaMyK taut. ifter every punch to ask the other tel-
rejected vast of Ameri allows them but six of the 13 census that this great corporation is extremely wise in
I .w that they Mv b'oinegrsI aa lilt... iuw If be>'1 hall enough. Why don't we by a majority < insignificant comparison with
Pin */ IU UsUtiHlliialtx It U al Ill at It until somebody gets hurled*" cans. They will insist that the roan supervisors, giving the other seven to interested its own welfare; hence tbe the benefit to b obtaill I

Mart .......ta that U ,I.. asa- future "Ut' of the cowlio} of tin Rough who disregards the constitution and I the Republicans In nearly aU of the added force of tbe fact that nearly all Thin state system BOW i1 fnQ .

then will tw I ra;.U and vry proBtaM .li>rs expressed the same Idea in Declaration of Independence is much states Mr. Merriam is distributing these their wagons are provided with wide swing in several .\ \asd Its re oUur

.Ult".... 9t tHe* hltheta unimedUa4a. frft'lonal phraseology. more of a traitor than the. man who places on partisan lines and in some of tires We do not at this moment have i arousing euHmii ui among tbe tar "

: vatrh wtU result In a east InrrrCM Now that we (<)t those Mexicans sticks by the two great documents the states there is much complaint over tbe exact figures but the number of i em. w htwe ctJUi i being a radical 1

.th. |....IIUUI af Ilawat, .rrsUed." he saU. why oon't wejisnd rather than by the vacillating policy of his methods.-Springfield (Haas.) Re I Standard Oil wagons ia upward of 20- i by it : :,
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1 BEG'NNING f_JULY 16- i ,Men's Clothing, Negligee, Shirts and Shoes, :: fi" =

r' 4 X.; ; ; With Cwm.Bl By WetiWaa. E. h.v-I'ne. Ladies' Summer Dress Goods and Notions, ': -

.. puN er 11.. eJ !. $_ sad Yww.a Ready-made
a -/'.r C.wJd.r...... A frtiad Ia ...., s Mosquito Canopies.

i t tIM A i Lab 10: 30-37. CARL SCKREBNICK, Prop'r..FURNITURE. ;
60 In II Samuel 17: 27-29, we have a
record of true friendship. "When
.. David waa come to Mahaoaim" friends .
u1 I brought to him and the people with : .
t uie .i aim, **]' and basin (or cup) urtn- '
: en vessels and wheat-and barley, and I Household Hewing .Mat-nines,
flour, etc., "fur they sold, the people The Beet llicblne Made Light Kenning and < -
axe.hungry, auld weary, and thirsty,in Noiseless
the wilueroees." This friendship was y
more than a mere sentiment; their
1 Sol Agent for the famous Wall Trunk.
I' need was supplied, not only was their .
[ ; thirst remembered but food was given made to onler. ACou- '
f I for their hunger and beds for their ',', liktellaeotFTJRNITUR.E
bodies. '-
It weary -
i' The widow of Zarcphath waa a
: of all deneripUoai at Bock
... friend to Elijah and her meal did not Bottom Prices bclthWllo1e.aIt
I' our waste neither did the cruse of oil fail, !and eta 1L Baby Carriage Irutu $6op
am* when her son died, the Lord used tq' f 20. Go CarU, Erfrixerktora Chests
: Elijah to restore him to her. She' Give.. EU.' ,
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proved,herself friendly, anti found a .
t' ; friend ,n need bet sell. We have a consignment of Oak binen aad
8 C "' ; In the 4th chapter of second Kings, Reed Rockers that will be sold very low. Wr
; we ,read of,the great woman of Shu- kindle the ramous Cleveland and Kanibh-r
a iieuv who befriended ElIsha, and]'I be BICYCLES.
.' proved iiiiuself a friend to her. \
I Iwe
Eapwialatteattoa: liveD to.our MaD Orders.
our In'our daily lives, and running'all
the that uJraatM 8tbtMtlun' both in gads and I
through Scriptures: we see
; blessings come .o those who help ('riceCall OB 01,or Mod ia your order* to t i itS

to others. Paul, in writing to Timothy, aid 17 Liars St.,JACKSOSVILLE, FLA.
; says: ONLY 18.00Ohas.
: "The Lord give mercy unto the The t-21 D. E. COOPER M'f g Co. {
house for : df Oueslphorus; oft rc-
t a fresbed'we, ana was not-asMmed of .' --" ",.'. 'j i
l "' my chain: ; J
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1 1| But, when he was in Rome besought N. Welshans
F' -
me out: very diligently, and .
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Li joy undlUe. ; "
to I I The .Lord grant unhj..bIm that he +"-t' ,
I may find mercy of the Lord in that- I -STATE AGENT 1o'OH-
r day: 'and ;in now: many things> he .
< ministered unto me at Ephesus, thou '

t v : .et.' kuowegt Who will very doubt well"but that a prayer Longman & Martinez Paints

like that was heard and answered by Sun "
tits Lord. In as much as Oneslphorus "
did it unto Paul be did it unto Paul's ,,, Lime, Brick .Shingles
Master. .
I \\ I We al) feel the need of human friendship 1
s Ok I eten though" enjoy to Its full Cement and Coal Tar. I
i est eitrat of the great "
I Friends
: lest of all ; this is shown to II11m. f"'.
i ) 4:9, where Paul urges Timothy to ,, ,,, ',-, Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster
I ; come to him and then goes on to tell .'" .
i "' aim that Uemas, bath forsaken him, 13 South Hogan St. Jacksonville Florida. 10-11.91
{ ; and only Luke Is with him.. '
I | To be a friend in need is to minister
unto others in, what ever way,.they A Chance. to:do'Your
I I '' need afriend, : praying with'the sick;
R ; speaking a kind word to those In sorrow LITTLE BROS.
T : ; and providing for those who are
l In ; In wantI
: I Many a.hard heart Is touched and I I FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY;
.' liy after wards'.opened to let the King of I
0lory.In, through the softening influence ,
of a kind act; so kindness sometimes Jacksonville Florida.
reaches where exhortations fail 4t

I in ; Helplpg others not only pays here, t 556 ,| ,
A but It,will pay hereafter. Matt: 25: "
tt tells us that These (who did not If you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetable,
clothe the naked visit the Jt}ck. etc.) '." :1
& shall go away into eveduUnunisbmeat Job".1 '- Pineapples, etc., write to na and we can give-you j

: but the righteous '(those'-who value for than .
more other Manufacturer
; I Of [ did visit the sick, etc.) Into life eternal" your money any .
: la | : or dealer in this State or from aty
We are cot to understand that visitox -
f, : the .alck, taking in strangers, etc., I. ( will save us, but those who are saved
f'I will perform these'Christ-like act*. to above address.. MS-Si
I lw In our lesson we are plainly taught ,
i ew rienA tIcq ;, f : '
I r .... bU' .:\,!tIW ... ATTENTION MERCHANTS! f
teeAet i."o.rU" Mot
I M4t ear help may be 000 ntrom Wi
hare never' Nf\D before, bat w. are to '
prove ourselves his brother by giving THE MIAMI BOTTLING: WORKSIs
him tle} help he N sires, sad if we dot :
to ( not unto him, we do it not nata the prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties
I one ,call Master. ;

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JUNIOR. LEAGU- TOPIC < Patrtsige of Dade Ctnaty Uercbats Solicited and Satitfioiva Gavtauco'.MMM_

,0. CASTELLANO Prop. MIAMI. i'),!. .
The songs of Solomon are not (easy p-:,-"
for children to understand. Tb 117
: verses or 8 chapters are a beautiful ,
IA .I xm in which Solomon sets forth 1-
ubriafs love for 'the church, o( hU
( chosentpeophi.' (Matt 25 1 Rev. $1, 2 t J
118.[ 01, 10) Now 'In the vineyard of .
the Lord there seems to have beea fox !
es. Mth0 little foxes" Solomon Bald,
"that spoil the vine" This is sin, never IThe'Tropical the
Recognizing demand in West Palm 4
trifle with little sins. A small leak '\\"tUala 1
\K a great ship'and a little allowedsin Beach for
l In like manner will rula an im uor- SunJobDepartmen
tal soul;Depend 'on it, no wicked 'man i
1r w ever meant to be wicked at his first beginning Good Ice at Reasonable Rates
No man ever meant to be a I
drunkard who took the first glass af
whlakey-iCwaa only a "little one, butit ;? Courteous Treatment of All Patios,
( ) leads to helL There are two ways
coming down off a church steeple: one
is to Jump down and tbe other is to t
come down by the steps; but both lead. The Arctic Ice Works :
you to the bottom. So also there are ,
I two ways! of'g lng to destruction; one
I Is to walk Into it with
your eyes open OF MIAMI, FLORIDA,
do that the is
-few people ; other to go :
I I down by the steps of little sins; and i
that way, I fear is too common. Prints Letter Heads
; Never trifle with little alas.Iib. Have this week arranged to carry a full 11,

( Note Heads supply of Ice which will be delivered to .. ;
i ..
,, Zoologists have long TII'.II been in ,doubt StatementsBusiness <
AR to whether fishes are gifted with Cards WeJ will endeavor to merit your
the faculty of remembering persons
and places or not Some claim that patronage.
> they cannot remember, while ethers Bill Heads
( Insist that they are endowed with
memory, though possibly only in a limited And all kind of Fine Stationery H. H. COOK Local Mgr. -
degree. The following story seemsto :
show that the latter are right A
student of the Polytechnic School in Are You Supplied? ':I : .
Parts recently noticed that whenever
: he walked with some friends in the
Luxembourg Gardens tile fishes in the I ,
large basins there regularly followed I
| him as he strolled around the little-: Give us a Trial Order

I I ; ponds. i. i Ii I
As the students never feed the fishes .
and hardly pay any attention ,to'
( them, such conduct was inexplicable, .
until it was solved by the gardener, '
( whose duty it Is to feed the fish. ,The And We ,Will Indian River Nurseries
uniform worn by the students of the
Polytcchnlfh school is black with red Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also fall
stripes and that worn by the gardenerand line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section,Inc
other attendants 1 III very similar. eluding Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of ,
Now, evidently the fish thought that 0098 Palms, Roses, Stra berry Plants Pineapple Slips Etc. .
the students were gardeners, who had
; come to supply them with food, as in Please YOU... IOHN B. BEACH Proprietor :- WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
no other way can we account for
their habit of following the students
whenever they walked round the ba- Boarding at Reasonable Rates.MRS.
I sins. We must conclude therefore,
that whatever may be tbe case with
JAS. McCANN is to
prepared accommodate
hoarder at her
other fish those at least in the Luxem

f ',- bourg memory.Gardens have an excellent well known boarding bouse on Clematis Ave., clos to F K.C.Ry. depot

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i His DauJbtl'r-\'f'tI. the story ends
in the same old way: they marry and
s live happy ever after."
The Furniture 'Man-Ah! Antique SUBSORIBE FOR THE SUN

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,: y v1I 'W V, City Directory.OFFICERS. \ \ \.t- \ BARGAINS: worth BUYING

WtUfON WHUUHH..._ .. .*-. aUyor' -ATTHE. -
CEO...AD\"S.Clerk,AjeeaatiraBtfTmMra >
t i PAUL C JONES x.nUt ,

BOARD OF AL ERNEN. \ : ? ', ;?"- :' t + : BOSTONMRS. STORE

Altfi9it1( ceo.W PuTTER__,.- Treaideat : ,
a5' t W p JOHN BEACH__ --.4.D: 'XATHIff j

1 "t ock-a-doodlel" crowed ft rooster, ODOBCU meeting OB the tat,sad jd' Tvtiday in next week and will sell

I S4u)4iio. oo ft fact i each month,at xaop. m. .}' ,

i' :, r MCocH- ioo4lt Corit doodler --,.. ", Drv 'Goads

.t. ? -: ;. With ft rraist IlIJlIJtOHo :.. I Clothing I AT cost i
,;: : County :Directory.COUNJY ; :Adve t m
arm ft fay and festive fclJov, ) Shoes

t ; Wes his Jly' 500$, t a oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooe
.. "With rqy jtessy ot K sod plUft&sti, A.Eo UBT8KR.__ _... CiBatrJsA.I.QPUIBT. :. COME ONE COME ALL TO

J' Ana n>y tall so )cot'e. .... .. ... Ciwaii Court Cleat ,
t e
i BOBT. Jr.. TAYLOR, .PiMccntiBf AUOraff '
MCoeHa4oo4lerWatch ...- oodisl. I II a.j. cmLUNGWURTH-.s........ Who :Use the THE BOSTON STORE
IL. E.GJlUIJU& _M TaX-AeleeeprH ,
;- me If 'you caal"Over ,J. AIITUONY..._.......... 1'0 Co11eeprk ;MKS 'J HANDELSMANFrop. 2

r. r bin) ft bawl came s>1110'- H.DJKICL-.......... ... :TrtUU\1i\ .
How that .rooster not l WILL H, RUSSELL SopenrUor of ReglMrttioaFRANKLYX : S Manager. ...._WHILUl BLOCK.

SHEEN.8ineyor .
Z.T.KERK1TT .8apw Pate' Iittra.Uw I

COVNTYCOMNCiSIONEKS. _'': Col1tD.1n 'tut Ocean }

N.W. PITTS.Loainaaa; __ .. 14. Worth Steamship Company
; I O W. INBAKT..... .. .Palo,Beapli
WJ.8 nliL .....Cocoanut OnjtfB. .,:; "SAVANNAH "
I I ifkN. .UetKNAU __.._.___Ofw : LINE.
T W.Y.RUSHING_____... !ZIIIWI ; r .'
: ., 'Comrheionen meet U regular WMk oa. tr I Florida *
the ant Monday is each month. .

FLORIDA MMSIW FKOM LEGISLATURE.sane CODKTT.P. THE: 4r '. ,- To New York f And Boston.

N. I'nlICEo'alm Beada._._. .r.8eaatorP.8. I I
'. tr -- -- HORSE. Mlam-_.. .aepipentatite :A Short Ball Bide to Savannah, Thence

a. ',,' (. TOMMY'S TRAINING. THE 'HADOWS. COLNTY SCHOOL BOARD. .t A Short 'Sea Voyage.Sailing .

suruwTBiiOBiiT or ruuic IXSTKUCTIOX,
t .r TIM Maklac .. a )Uae..< P.. CeI all apaai down la ihado ton Z.T.kRUTT _.._..__._ L? MM city from Savannah:
.. helllaU ,.... The iUio children o; WlBftlIt :
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xivuu or SCHOOL oit ; .
j i. h every street fou'it are to toast 6) 'Ships Each Week 6
A glimpse of the life of the college ;' lbea ni Blof to ud tro. J. W.I Atf &ONc haltmaD..Coeoua&Are,c .
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:'" \ ttUete ie given to The 8t Nicholas ia K. B.LING. .Japltey
>; They lace around wttMMIt'alO, lt A.W.GARNETT. .._---. '1' .' AU ticket agents and hotels are supplied with
: a glory bj Stnnel Bcovllle Jr.. entitle They Pi'I.I bide and Beet Hype r. J sailiag schedules. Write for genera
"The Making of I Ka cot." ,v Bet ao 004 ret that I haw met ... I !bfeimatlaa, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on '
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"I'll tail you wbat we an do. ksl"be I Bat em'beard them apeah.! ., ..' E. H. DIN'lON.-Tramc Manager, WALTER HAWKINS Fie Pass Agt. t ,

Hid at bit "I am going to rtay npet Beneath the tree you otter gee t _. m Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville Fla. 6-10-93 '
::: college dating Barter week with the Then dandnc laud out. : Directory. .
',: trainer end 10 or 12 of the team'and iad To to follow till tua J'O'Iaboat.then' tlmyt go* Do 'YdtiWant -
JOG can eome op then and stay with EXECUTIVE DElARTMEhT.'iW.D.BLOXHAM J' i
', 'DM. U lOG get along weD with the Oo *h'w TOO wUl. he followa SOB cell STEAMBOAT!
Of aoiDetiBwe rune btfert. ( (Mwior We have then U we hare
teen petbapa we can finally accept Led hots. at lilt you'll aDd him Msf JSO. ... C WFOBD..M-8eenwltl etasWM. one on hand toaeltwecanbuild
you u mascot, tboogh it'a a?er-y important BaaUe roe at the door. B.KEYNOI.OS. .ConptroilerJAMES Just what you want .

..position. and It'. ter-y nervy B.WHITFIELD... n......Treuartr .
of ;a boy of your age even to think W A faithful Mead te bt to lend .WM.B.LAUAR..AitomGeae ral 1\:9. .... '1'. We are also Prepared .
aspiring\ to each aa bonor." And Jack Bii preeenc ettlyywbere: W.!8HBAT8 SapS; Public ISttrseUoa : To Furnish
Blow put tile Hht-to bed at aJcbt-
1 tanmed an air of the most intense solemnity. Tour titadov mite 1. tfaeral L. BWO BW.ILL..CO..AgrietltaM ., ; ""
: I PATRICK!HOUSTON_ AdJuUit General 1
y= I Accordingly Easter week found Tommy floc he will call tile abadows all I W. H. MII.TON.JR_. 8ur eyor-a tiJ 4 PumpingOutfits for Irrigation.
lot* your room to leap Office it TulUhuaoe'; no 4L *-
installed la Jack'
regularly college "
Aftd such a pack- they Butk tt black V The8ES1 ; { .
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r room in place of his "wife" (u'room.- ftad tit your eyes with deep \ U. SENATORSJ.'R. \ ; .
?.. f tastes are termed at college), who not J.I'rUIk I Deropater Bhentllw.lk TAUAFEBRO.U.t ._--Jkteoivilh Write or call on ns for Anything In
being an athlete, was free to return S.L)MALLORY;... ....:.Peuecal+l Our Line that you need.MerrillStevens .
. '. ., home daring the rece L .r f Talk to GlrU. S. CONGRESSMEN. ( j{

k Tommy wu greatly! impressed with Three' things, dear young frlendearnteeto / BOBT.W.DAVIS....... _...Ftlatka Engineering Co.
;' the beauty ant elegance of hla big << your success in life-. .. I 8. SPAKKMAM, _......-.. Timju ,

toother<*room at college, and privately character, ability and opportunity.I' SUPREME COURT JIDGES.M. .'
, tc0oled to have one Just like it when Character ia all' important. B. hon H.MABBY.- Chief Jiuties JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
: rich with eat honorable aprigbi reliable and you -. ,
be entered tfhe waDa were F. 8.CARTER .Auoeiata fpatia. cegiwfmmee
ttrophie* of various kinds Hideoui.' w) I nave a reputation which will F \'AYLOK. _........ N M l3.3,98 Fl""TOE 'Jacksonville Marine Railways
maaka Jack during secret lOCi; greatly aid to 'eocceaa Nobleness of -
worn by R. R.: COMMISSIONERS. ,, __ .
aonlie,chara ter..and itbetter ,
t sty initiations were bang' over/torn t good name .
H. L DAY Chelema. ????? ? CalMtiUl: r ,,. r I
wrenched from onlocky freehoen than great riches.; 't ,' rAdvertising- .. ",
cape J.L. ORGAN _. .....;--.lUpcl t
Tour ability must be each ee aataralgifte Established 1375.
during the "rash Most'of the chain J.M. BRYAN.__.._ __ : {
'wen rbeamatie In their legs, and' they ,, aapplemented by edoca OD.1DDee JOHN I. NBELBY.J"a ,aD bore traces of bard naage-a condition tal Mnee,' will.afford. 800*'mast sad offices of Ute Bu'r4 at Tat: William A. Bours & Co. *
which Uttered looking pair cf:?, hat moret clams legs Be not discour tebadee. 110 ,

homing glove on the wall eoow'I probaUy aged tbofglg; yours may aeeo smalL

( bare explained. .In one corner Kf naa f fpower's you will Increase II' 1 Cite :Mo( Seeds and Fertilizers.r r:

bong e long string of ;signs which, aa' tiem.. .f : \ \ ,
Jack explained be and his wife bad Last of allyott: meet have opportnMty l- General DlrectorifCO t .
borrowed".different times. Fencing and that you most leek after. ''Seep ;, .No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, ->- JACXSOMVIUJC, Fix

folk hockey sticks tennis rackets cat. 'your eyes open to eee every open 'door., ..
IMBBSJ:: flintlock pistols and mosketa were and courageously, with due propriety; HT'CALENDAR. HEDIWOi '
enter } I Ws beadle oalj the Beat and most Sellable Reeda. A eompleU Stock of
each psth that to bean
festooned, by flags that Jack and Lie appears ,(Seventh Circuit.) .

wife bad waved at college victories. opwardona." Aak for ",I om''from K.". JONES .............. Ctreal'dadj: Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran Wheat, Grits, ;
*, Tommy wu never tired of learning above, and yon will soon learn the J. D. BEU ;8....__..... State's Atto 'east. '
ttMihbtoriei of all the trophies which right path and bow to walk therein.p .-' 8PBINU TERM. ,I.. Heal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark. j.
bad accumulated in the room daring ebe A. Binford" in New York Jour. Oawola County. Rat Monday is March. N II
the four Jean of Jack'i coarse aDd aal 't Orange M H, M -AT WHOLESALEI -

'war haM delighted with all the college uttu Lake Ult" *. l
J..Ii.ys PIM.
JliyPAPEB g"teAgeDta for Fertilizer Co. '
1 l Volnaia I" Id April Tygert-Alien
customs. It gave one inch an im :
The teacher of a school in the rural .
M II .
Brevard 4th star Bfd r.nli ere-Gaannte.d laalyeU l Orange .,.>- aDd Vi 'tald. Fertili.> far
feeling to be awakened << p. ;
portent every; districts1 aaaigned each pupil the. task Dade M lit Monday afar'1Y Mo crovad Boue, Nitrate beta, Mutate of ..0'...... iphate Po&a..llnit..,etc. ,'.. 'ertiUxera .
morning by a private "vweep" witocb of writing aa original story. On the I day ia ApriL hire BO Superior! IB the Market tad a trial will eonrmce.
a black. shiny face and expand 047 when the etoriee were read a bright FALL TBBM.Oae 1Ei i Send for Catalogue'roe- IO-tH-M

gals wbo polished the shoes, tidied IIp little towhead arose and.tuttid u followa olaCoaBiylit Moa.tay la October. '
tbe room and retailed variooa scrape of :. :< Orange .> >! ." ** i If
ecQege geeaip aa bia patrons dreeaed. '" Lake Ilk 3Volneia
01'the green lopes of a moentilq Florida East Coast r
Then, the training tibia, where the stood first claaa Jersey cow With three M *' Nor; HBtevard $ Ry. =
team bad their meats wu source of tl'ti 4th II "
wedding delight to Tommy' Jack r ieapUifl. .' WOn'tdo.'JohAnyY1tt.rn't''' '! lat Uooday day IB November.aRer.'t!4th Mot- TIME TABLE NO. SO. IN EFFECT APRIL 11. ieee.V .

eat at the head of the table ,ad th.' teacher. "Ton ate one let GOVT SIGNAL' SERVICE VEP4. SOUTH aOCJTD (Bead Dawn). GETS BOUND (lead CpU-a t '
and Tommy aa a prospective mascot t
shorn;; : J. ..CRuN>t ,.. .. ,_ .. '
Ubtervtr o KoMtlO
occupied the post of honor at the right, "Nab 1 aip'tr replied 'tbrfutwaaofbol. ,', &oKisltip STATIONS. ffo T8 ,
though be waa occasionally ousted in i .}, "Yon don't wait'to-get my Observatory isplter Islet. : DailrIMP
favor of aoa>alomnna or ei-atblete .licb' la'that railroad train GOVT LIGHT' HOUSE WRVIC4Urbt :In The .......................Jachaonvuie... ... .Arrive T1i t
plot a cot ....... ....... .....fit.ABfuatine,..... ......... ..LMV* /
that happened to U passing through off on4 leg. and the owner of the eow House at Jupiter latob t ::.......:.......?.. ..at.,rgaalme......, ....,..,.,,.N rriail IM s
the town and dropped In to see bow the got .|4000 damage and moved bU JAMES ARMOUR.! ....... .__ MKeepei lop ... BasttBta. ... ave 1 a
I.A. WELU. ...........?.?... .. la Aul"aat ErSgiHveTk etetka.
team waa progressing Every morning whole to Paris In'time rat1 the a
at 7. Tommy'roiled oat of Qimily BENJ.WEU4.., ..... t4 AIII..t .. .Falatka....... ............ Arrive .
promptly -
expoeil| ) wiltbe mar 1
U. i. LAND OFFICE. Arrive feao M UrSan > .T-cave e.n .
bed and following) Jack's example, tied td( tIh'Frencbmeu' and 41a happy rf
plashed cold: water all over his small atttrvet&'ae H.8.CUCttB.................M._._ "':.ReaitH Uateo... Arrive mjsTOia
Laavs t wt Palatka.. n4r /Ifia
self and ended by a brisk rub with a "(f Offirea at Ualnesvllle. rii>rt< i huge scratchy towel, that left him in (; Blyde' leaN c..w.BlrdilrcbltectoJe S sir itJfJUJBIDA. m J ..... .... .'..q..... Daytona. ....................... ,
!tp ItIpi! ........................PortOnnie...... ........ .. I41p ear.i .
a glow,with the blood tingling in every Ia always interesting "" lp .. ........................New 8 urn......................... .. T ip $5)sa
vela. It took Tommy some time tolean and worthy of careful ItGd,. 'One a. ."VDf.L. '"/ I F6py hapl tt :::...........................Tunsville oakHUl........................... 9 G6.loa ( .

to dress aa rapidly as Jack for of the most remarkable birds' netttii ...... I I IIi : ........................ Otty Pula........................... :
...... .......................... Q.c.-
roar of continual in
year practice that of the great crested flycatcher. ....., ..................... .. .. 111 ....,
dressing breakfasting and getting to The nests are built in a tree trunk and .'. e'e'a e a's a'. a ,. ... ........................ II
Boning chapel all within 88 minutes. the off skins of ..'... ..........................Melbourne........... .............. .. iitla ,. .
for Inning cast snakes ...... 'I- ...............,...........Roa+land ......................... li tea
(ate the latter a great advantage But Ire used. The akin Is apparently usajtfl ...... I ..................,......5eba.tI ........................... : ..
Tommy would harry into his clothes as ...... ; ..........................St. Lame......................... i; ....N f
scare away intrudes Aq observe ,..... ..N....................Fort Piaroe......................... lift* ....
rapidly U possible and then imitating noticed a nest one morning with one ... t1. .................:. ..... .Ildee. .NN.................... : {Idtla .r1N.
the 'l majestic air. would stroll and and ..... N ............................leIIII8D ........................... Y y0 Irv .NNr.
Clptal egg ; no enakeakin. but to the 1..... f1 M ........................ Stuart ........................ 10 ft* r
eroaa the campus with that august ereqfnic be was "startled, tob"- ffit bi Advertising .1"H. ..........................Robe twnnd.......................... .. It* .
.. ii t ........................
to the "Fence where all .... West Japiter..N.......... s ri..r
personage the rats. bead of a skin whMi mem- ...... ....................Weat Palm Beach..................... .. a ...
of the team were boqpd to meet at bled a make in front of the peat and 11.... .... .........................Boyntoo.....,.................... .. Itta ....r .
T JO and' woe be to the man who it that .tat ... N ........................... Delra, .................. .. l .r..
abarp on eiamiping. found body c4be ...._ 1b ......................Fort Laoderdale....................... .. th .."...
Wu minute or 10 Jat.t Be might expect | snake ai? or seven inches Icily was Job Printing Bate Sheet ...... 10 II ................. ... Lemon City..................... .. SE. ..
scathing rebuke in the presence coiled around the egg The'eepon rea' 1.... toup Arrlv ..........................Miami............ ... ..... .. .. Ifte ,..M....

of the whole team tor Jack waa a great tbe birds baiit ia the same phoe, and BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUSCTIOX.BTATIO r

diedp1iasr=an: When they were all asgemble& after eeefc visit to the Best Real pjeeea 1fo.I a A. '" l itf o, U'i a

the captain led the way for a of anakeekia were ;added to ttcnv the j t..,......... ... ..........flew Smyrna............................ ; ': I '''-
t I1 ............................Lake Helll1 ........... ..... ...........
brisk mile walk is the sharp morning dl4ppronl$ Qf the idrdiParing At the Sun 'Offlee 'ft I" .........N............ .Oranll't Ci". .........-............_.. ..I(lJ 121top.&
sir sad they wonld reach the breakfast Will be Sent on Ap tl'il U6M1........... y .: .. ru..at, Jaacd table with wolfish appetites Tommy A ttarrill.., IsrtL All traiaa Iwpda New BaiyrB* aaj Orange City Junction Daily except SaniUy, e

enjoyed training diet immensely. 'the 'Bpaniah-AineripM' war KEY WEST AND HAVANA. t
To be acre, it seemed a little strange at the torpedo boat Window was sent c* }
ant to have BO bread bat only dry flay 1$. 1888. to reoonpolter the" bat' Th' ataaotte' of Ue Florida Beat Ouaat jSteemghlp Company' are appointed to mat" aa touch?
toast and the water looked ao queer teries at Cardenas harbor ia Cttba.. The plication. BU.*. .r'Ctfy 0 f L'i rem suit, 'ii:on p. m. >B-J-iJ-..lays and Friday Arrive Sir f

sad milky that be hesitated to drink it 8 .plsrda opened fire and soon lIMab.i4 K.I'Weearw\with/et atsamsr.rrou 1.30 p. m.. Wednesdays and Saturdays Train" conaect

t anti Jack Informed him confidentiallythat the trail boat Throughout the na- WHt Dlret.r Kq Kay Wait 3.80 p. m. Wednesdays and Salnrdaya. Arrlrai
U wu only because oatmeal had equal duel a parrot belonging to one of Miami ttaOam.Thurada.anI undl CQBDSctla
', beta boiled in it There wu no pastry the American sailors kept 'UapplDlltawlDP tea ap t. From Miami, i a. m. Mondays ud Thursdays Arrive" '"I'? j
or ... & and the only .dellcsclea WertIJIV"CDM with great vigor aMewoangt ; .Ml to sad Wait 1 p. m. Mondays an.l Thursdays Leave Ksy West t.. I t
I free lIa.... same days Arrive Havana 0 a. m.Tuesdays si.J Friday. isoblss
di&ha of ortogei and stewed ing tba'crewbCQIi\Qa.baIe of BpaU .1 From Havana aailioa dirvct for Miami. U a. m. Tseadcye f
plumes and Rica pGMei-' Bat the great and the Spaniards. In 'spits of 'aQPolly's H. MEADOR '. <, -. !tpr We sad Friday Arrive Miami s a. m. Wednesdays sad Satardays.OBDCtiDK I I
... NL With treks 70.TMM .
however. :
teaks, s good two inches thick the patriotam. tt1."Spent. .
i I" s TUu Takiee rtmw IM ttae*at whioh trains and tx.U Buy be.zpco..4 loam"iA4trl ;
scored of their
thla occasion
aabsUnttal mutton chops, the foaming ards oa one =BARBER d* nee the aeveral atatiomi ud ports, but their arrival or departart at the ttaueetatedUaet I
pitchers of creamy milk aDd dainty very few taeceaaet,for which indeed naraateed! ,sot doss the Oompaay hold ItwlfreepoUihl* for aay delay or a*,

s pate of batter would disappear like :they badto'thank. the""NIIbDeil of.the, ahop ea B.W.,{dd.a. .itttb... .arb&t. ..at a .r t. eisaelaaaow loA..,,1I1ocaf ariaUt tUM tharefrom.esN caD at 8S: West Bay Street,.JaekaoaTiUe,or addreas _

Btagic, and Tommy did bia taU"iJwe 'Amfeifcan' The parrot. 'arras oat. of th* .: : I.P.ucnmL'l'raIIe Masag L D. 1l.\JOfD; Jr ss,Po .
action anbarlDed.' Patronage 0I1IIJ Mhtdg'teipecjnlly'iotldted k \ 8b Aaga ttna
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the amount of the improvements .SERMON OF REt $. a. PAINE country. Immortality of the soul is DETAILS, OF FASHION.. WHERE WE WOIijHP

going on there, and the names of the I ... -'" .' another doctrine aught in the Masonic .. -
: Is tkeHtr.-1.w Bmtm ...
; investors, we'a'ppend the followingHenry loflge. Death is only transition.7e J
isti .. .. II.t>r. HarmoMia L. 'K'X...18,V.* A.M. don't to be when from 1'.0.. Aeee.a.rIe.. A Directory "f the .,..... GhWtU : 4&ndReIiZIoUmiSOkJ.
I, cease we pass :
Sunday ferula: *, July OMi. Without .tbe "distracting! details"we
.I M. Flagler 60 acres cleared. and earth.. We are taught to do good unto -are nowhere or anywhere, for we at = ,

ready for planti g. ; ??, : all men, but especially those or-.the once cease to be individual and become 1IIplaH.s
"And King Solomon sent and fetched .........
F.'S: Lewis, of. Philadelphia, Is clearing Hiram household of faith. We are to help all merely dull. negative items of tbe eo- "- ,_<
out ot Tyre. He was a widow'sson ..
KrI&'UI'U Cevsc-ictket..by4ha-e&
40 acres adjoining Mr. Flagler'sand of th- tribe of N,phtali. and his men in distress but especially a brother eial and modiatic schema an.I. PIT*JAHM MMMV, tucMf.f :-
Mr. Flagler and Mr. Lewis will father was a man of Tyre, a worker in I Mason his widow or orphan. Take the clinging pailletted gown of 'rvfc\: rrcty Mrtay mtiiiBf it II *%Mc*.

erect an immens!irrigating plant, which brass, and he was filled with wisdom James gives us the only definition of black lace that 'is' becoming not only h1IIlallkM01 at or i f.a?M.moruKiduutf .l.Mtw. -f* tt .* ;.. ,.
; independent and understanding and cunning to work familiar. bnt positively ubiquitous for ne ttccMrt .... ,..rUt WniMKby.ft .
will make them practically i religion in the Bible. He ; it is to ::
says ,
an. "',
Ml works in brass. And be came to evening wear Where would that be lIIomL :
[ of the natural rain fall.;. : MT.Lewis has King Solomon and wronj-bt all his visit the fatherless and widow in their without the now decreed accompaniments W.VAsnh1ftOsja.kceItI37.

at- present a lo-acre'gr&ve west of the works."-I Kings, vii, 13-14. affliction and to keep ourselves no- of I smartly dressed coiffura.

\ ii! railway, which has 'dein nstrated wh, t There is no city ancient or modem spotted from the world. That is pan of pearl dog collars diamond slides. loops H.iy wna Tvialty PaIn iese ptulta.Senr 1 P:

orange trees will do in .this section, He about: which clusters, so much' that is the Masonic creed, to exercise self- of pearls and the shorter chain of diamonds !: o a win W bald repJ.&rtt MtfY Siedi?

t.\ also has two acres on this tract planted historic and sacred Jerusalem, the mastery and do good. We don't claim and turquoise t By each means '1& I.a,....in UwEvtrula -L".
awi roiwtU Stnctn. trr.LAl 5.JauimHmi4ry
in pineapples in full bearing. On this ancient capital and metropolis of the that Masonry is Christianity or that it and such means only do we contrive) wW....dlarp"tw.......

tract he has a steam irrigating plant Judean[ nation. takes the place of Christianity, but it differentiate ourselves from oar neigh- I .>IKGriU> SM urvtrT FrMtf at t II
bore and become of noticeable: valna .p. .... Mia CUT 1. ..'IUU.Still.Mu. .
T. Jefferson Coolidge of Boston Mass., The first mention of Jerusalem in has many of its grand principles. i .GaaMiia. kmcta.'y.
Very assuredly baa the fancy for dec
has purclmed acres adjoining sacred history; is in Joshua here Adon-
f twenty -
THE OBJECTIONS TO MASONKY. the hair itself Into
orating crystallized
Mr Lewis' land ,on the; west: He has idezec... King of Jerusalem sent unto find rt II. B. Cbs.... State.
The ia .
: .JPiret:it'is a secret society, and secret a vogue exception now to Sunday febnol a. 0uaa4 Kawttfe UfM
instructed Mr. Rickards to'proceed with Hoham, 'King of Hebron, and unto societies are.bad. The family is a secret ahead unadorned with evening dress p. ..",ChI'" $aay. Gnmi H*?** *...
the clearing_of the same and plant in Piram, King of Jarmuth, and unto And the choice is most amiably catholic. IDa Thursday rvei. i* at .r-'V XM&1 pnjvtmeeting .
} RA'lONE.OB society. Business is-carried on .in the FfM4jr ftcnMM *i S. Pmefctefcr*
: orange grapefruit and lemon. trees as ar.hia.[ King of Lichsh.: and unto De- ranging as it doe from towering diamond ricr ir.t,MCOia4 sad thinS *...,* .* __*

- Ia. .. soon as practicable. Mr. Coolidgejwill Dir,!.King of Eglonc inviting! them to same The cabinet manner'of with\he its President confidential is clerks.secret tiaras to little wisps! of tulle and lug month a bag at II iirMrq a. n. sad will _7IS Mill po.haifM> I* tM bow wvtv"* "Jl

P1*.. Th. Ea4 Cwut Where Or. also erect a complete irrigating plant come np'and smite Gibe / .1so in the a chaplets of flowers. But here are some fore UM regal&? diviM .Mtvir. V*wwU toila
society. All business is carried on in of the latest and best approved notion a.'N "ill fI.urI.b. M. G. A..Kunze, formerly of Marion division of the promised ,land amQn TIle Foorih Saaday .ervkM will to brU M
the same way We don't .divulge the for jour special delectation tbe por- .aIIafll at II .. m. At HjrtnfeiMk M I a.
has ten ajoiningthe the tribes.
county purchased acres
r affairs of our families to outsiders. |rjtn.combthing. to:;show. at. ne and At BoyaUHf. i m.tUf.JB.triUKM.rwM..
hundred few Lewis property on the west. Mr. David led an of over two hun *
Two a straggling army
years ago The next objection is that there are $ %fame time novelties for the heck as
Spaai.b wreckers made a small set Kunze is busy clearing his tract, and will dred thousand men and captuied it and bad men in Masonry. I am sorry to :*.fithebead. : ',. c.nvssa:1insi: Chure. ,

tlemest oa the Atlantic coast near an plant oranges and garden truck. made it part of Lis new kingdom, It ft. At the top is shown a"sorban'ot tulle '
have to admit Masonry don't make a. I. IX fane I'iv..Servk'.s .
it Thomas.. Rickards has one acre has nndcrgoue many' changes stood caught low down on io. the forehead
- Inlet and christened Boca Raton ; them bad. There bad in at 11 a. a. s.4 TIm p. a. raa4aPcht ,
For Mvt-al years they carried on their planted in smooth cayenne's and covered many Sieges and captures.. Nebuchad are many men with'diamond Jbroocb. the remainderof *. ..... I..tur. 1414.a La a& t. .. ...
the Church. 'Christianity" don't make ChrLitiu Endeavor at fcXU p. .'
AoUwfttl bus ies. Later they deserted with a most substantial sied.Messra. nezzar took it and despoiled it. Alex. the tulle being twisted into knot attheright Uwtiaf WedMwLf it T p ..
them bad ; they are..b dJn, pite of it. side. Bound the neck is worna
- their village and left for parts unknown. Lewis and Rickards hav t,nacres ander the Great captured it. "Pompey -' -
: Many put Masonry in the place of the diamond snake with ruby :
eyessdecorative ...
St. ADD' CatMtI. Cbun.vdaatag
in and citrus fruits- with 'and
pineapples came thebanner
Since that time to three ago an army unfurled
up years : many in the detail that be found
gospel i tnerj put morality may with& .
Jtaaary *l' ta tii .
then has been no signs of civilization One-half of this tract is now under .f o i !n 70 of : same place. Masonry is not to blame I curling its insidious way with like fancies !.. riofr MUM"a4aL'I ... ".rjr .......,

tare BOW and then, panics of hunters cover. the Chri .}'d 19tiffl'1 :s.iege to the for it. There is sectionalism .,.I".t.f..k ...... Mwiay iso |*Mkoulal M.Oa ... ..

there in of Messrs. Moore and Kittenper from Holy City, ana to Josephus A wreath of thorn A. .. .
who spent a few days pursuit t Masonry. The men of the North South, prettily shaped w et jm Ma WIll to at T a.M.t
Illinois are the owners of twenty acres put to death over a million of its people email pink Banksta roses that all Paris i
fame. East and West can feel the grip of abrother's
Three years ago}.fr.Thomas M. Rick. four acres being ander cultivation and and carried nearly a hundred thousand is crazy over ia, set coqnettkbly on one Bv..Ja't. at. Iaadpe. $.. 45.
in fruit trees' and of hand if in distress. side of the head. high loops of paler t t\ultbta Dl P1&biU.
ard, a successful orange grower and planted pineapples, away as prisoners war. In the fourth -
i Brothers on the banks of the Jumna pink tulle standing smartly at the )Meets"" ty PrMy'' m,..stPa.er4.w1.as4aid
: 4_ land inspector for the Florida Southern garden century of Christian. era Helena the in India, stands the most beautiful and np : tt..... VUtuia WiLlie,. ... ......
Railway settled here. M:. Rickards Mr. Lewis Larson, Secretary of, the mother of Constantine, bui.t the Churchof Cartto Hall ovtr liibtif VU'''' .
- wonderful structure ever reared by man .. Aeaa.Co C.-
. i before the freeze was the owner of one Fort Dallis Laud Company is among the the Holy Sepulchre on the reputed since the temple of Solomon. It was I.. p, HIXMT el X.ft .. SPIT
in Marion purchasers here. lIe j.m clear and site of the tomb of Christ. Jerusalemwas --- -
; of the finest orange gTU.' a erected by Shah Jehan King of Delhi I
. -: county at Candler. The freeze of 1894- plant during the fall or early winter taken by tbe Persians, retaken and as" a tomb for his dead wife. It cost FUN ANDFACTS.Wltty'SayInZiIgterspcrsed

- '95 killed his orange grove to the Mr. J. A. Crosby, editor.ofhel San made- the scene of a bloody struggle by over sixteen millions of dollars. 'One .

k ground the labor of years and expenditure Mateo Item has purchased fifteen ares the Crusaders. It has been in the pos hundred and forty millions of days' .', -- .

of money were wiped out in a and has given Mr. Rickards instructionsto session of Turkey for many years and labor went'into its constr\lc lon. Opals With J

! ingle sight Mr. Rickards determined clear, cover and plant five acres. is now part of the Ottoman empire.. emeralds, sapphires turquoises, carnelians Business BirZaIaL

to remove bis orange interests to a region Mr. George A. Long (uephew of Sec- When Solomon ascMid/4- the throne by the thousands of 'pounds are

where killing frosts did not occur. utary Long. U; S. Navy) has purchase ot Israel a mere youth of nineteen into this
wrought marvellous'structure: "One trothfullaboot Miss
From of experience he knew that twenty acres, giving Mr. Rickards instructions summers Jerusalem had reached its can aaj
.- years I It stands! today the.YO; der of India. It Belinda StolU' norH
there was no branch of fruit culture that to clear, cover and plant eigbt greatest prosperity. It was the goldenage is built of white marble;. the dome that"no mtdsr
of of the kingdom of Israel. He took can lay It down oofiniibrd.
paid so large dividends as that growing acres :
shines like a globe of silver. and the
- and other citrus fruits. He Mr Thomas Donnoly of Interlachen."la. : the set ptre amid the acclamations of a "Utbetno?"
oranges golden crescent at the top is nearly 300
tad beard the eft-repeated tale of a ., has also purchased ten acres adjoining united and-happy people. He inherited feet from the terrace. "Yen ; niroMraths of the rtadtn

the lands of Mr. Lone. is immense wealth from his father DavidIt would throw it In
country Ijisgfarto the south and east He That structure like that of King Sol. the flrt or out ol
having one acre cleared aud planted is said that he posses.ed gold to the
whete front* never fell, and that there omod's temple, will pass away and be the window.-chL-ago Record
in amount of three billions of dollars and '
the tendertbl tropical fruit trees grew mingled with the dust of ages We
wtld and attained immense size. Reason Charles Frances' Jr.. is the owner ofa silver to tearly five billions. The Queen shall live through the eternities. God Dr.'rioughtoa Coaming.

. : t..ght him that this would be a place of ten-acre tract adjjining Mr. Don- of Sheba gave him a present of tWQ millions help n. all to erect the temple of a snc- LATEST LID 8KABTIST IOTIOII .

\_ .afety where he could plant his favoritered nolly's.\ Two acres have already been of dollars and Hiram King of cessfu'life. The latter part of the week Dr. P. H.Honghton .
vide. makes
left This a quite charming
cleared and he has instructions to almost much. the well know deatist who J
wilbtut of cold. Years given Tyre, as
( danger So it be.Bryan. headdress and is
mote .young girl's! complete;: has many friends and patrcat all tfcsg
. ,i.vions,through the kiocLy offices of a Mr. Rickards to cover and plant in pines Solomon wrote over a thousand songs ..a- by r throatlet.of tullet Pitched ,with the East Coast will be here witk. tk*
aril engtneeer. who was surveying lands and citrus fruits and was familiar with zoology, ichticol- I roees at tbe. le.fi side v post unique and complete dcstslntfit '

long the rut Coast, he had purchased Mr.John S. Franz of Tampa, has ten ogy ornithology, botany.and the scienceof tie: ;;. .The.' Leader.* .r S Plack Mercury .wings. diamantea. ever seen 'Ia Florida. He'to&e prt

;: the land he now occul, es. Naturally be aeries in the same'act. His specialtywill plants. The Bible says be'wrote S ... ,. art especially- effective in fair or rnase& pared to attend any work .. the&tal dBigga t J

-. ; turned his footsteps in the direction of be grape fruit, which will be planted about plants from tb ceoan of Lebanonto Without seeking it, William J. Bryan tinted hair, while tbe rose tucked be and line that reputation may be U desired t guarantee, and his ef record sath

. his southern possessions. On reaching this summer. the hyssop that'grbwfth'out,of the became tie man of the hour. He was hind the left ear hap the signification of factory :opertHqa.and bcataest. Be

.- his destination, he was finally enabled Mr. F 3LeWisbVsreceojispnrcpasedtwo : wlL ,. young as Pitt had been before bun ; he youth, allied, to,* certain. pictareeqneness'ef .anchorhi.watluf! dental parter
After hundred and twenty acrejsmoie! ) laud I j was revolutionary, as all men who love : aspect; gypsy jearrip and i i craft: the "DeotM," near the City Dock f
to locate his claim. spending The gr at religious want of Solomon'snge particularly light patterned diamond where he will be at home to frkad aadpatrons.
. several weeks in inspecting his own west of the canal. A portion of this purchase II was a temple, or suitable edifice for their country are ; he was opposed by collar with a pendent riviere serving) .- I

lands, and the section both north and is muck lands of the finest quality divine worship where tbe Ark of God incrnsted officialdom, as is always the as additional details in the consummating

oath of his possessions, he came to the which will be, planted vegetables this I could have a permanent dwelling place. case when the people's tnbune knocksat of an attractive whole. -I've got a wortbleM dog

conclusion that there was no land fall. .- .'!. David.'conceived: the idea of such a the door. Notwithstsnditg the treason As to ties and Deck bows that give the that I want to get rid of.

. of men m office through democratic distinctive. ucli to .day. .gowns the -I don't feed him to
long the e.st coast better .adapted to The following named..parties ,have structure but God did not permit himto ,' Bogp.W .von
: growitig citrus fruits than his own. For made recent purchases 6ut 'have .not cartyvjt omHe, contributed a hun trust the oppqsitipn of !all timid interests wise woman consults h looking. ,glass some amateur eporUoan aba U
1 and her complexion before deciding up
three years be, with his family have: yet ordered improvements. : dred millions of dollars of his own which run to cover in a political on the particular confection she will g inn on a hunting trip?-Kt York

: been wsgiig the battle alone in that new D. M. Kirby Palalka, 5 acres. money to the enterprise. Solomon commenced thunderstorm and tbe luke-warmness adopt How alluring for instance ia Journal. ,
section his C. A. McLarty: Palatka 5 acres.C. of,those upon whom the people have inflicted
; and unfrequented turning the building in the fourth year the kilt plaited white tune buttery; WAHT O-200 cypress poles delimed
attention to growing pineapples and ex E. Rowton. Palatka, 5 acres.A. of his reign ; it was completed in the centnrc, this young man came bow. yet not every woman can stand West Palm Beach immediately. Star

perimecting in a small way growing B. Munger Palatka. 5 acres.L. twelfth. It took seven years and a halfto within a fraction of the popular majority I this mass of white %nder her chin 25 feet in length 4 to 6 lach top. Apply

;: orange trees. In both of these branches A. Corley Palatka 5 acres. construct it. Hiram King of Tyre But the pecple had gained the victory. Elongated cream colored lace bows are to Geo. S. Adams. I-

;; of horticulture he has succeeded. L P. Bailey San' .Mateo, 10 acres. gave Solomon cedar trees and they Tb yha4cast, aside the barnacles; more becoming" and. more' graceful and ''Do yon think, professor, that the
.\he soft silk.
printed or
; A lew months since Mf. Henry M. L. P. Trull San Mateo, 10 acres made a league together, and Solomon they had .blazed, away the pathway.lo yerj painted pretty with ar tiny. florets! and the broad bumps on a miin's bead are iadk*> !

; Flagler, owner of the Florida East Coast H. S. Keolhofer assistant general had 70.000 that bare burdens and 80.000 reform ; they had placed the laurel upon ribbon bows with'chine bouquets.All tions of his character '

: Railway and Hotel System also owner freight agent F. E. C. Railway ; C. S. hewers in the mountains of Lebanon, the brow of the man who was to wear these need putting on: with a "Well, no 'they' are rather Indiea '
viz. iami- Kenyon 'Jac sonvi1Ie ;' Hon. Frank and hl it until the battle wVis over. Go where I and Introduced ,
E of three steamship lines ; great. tones-costly grace. jeweled pinadeftly tiona of his wife's rbaracter.Ex.'QUAU I
:; l Nassau, Miami-Havana and Miami- Clarke, Jacksonville, haver made appli- e"sailfitwe stones tSc'-W lay' the he" will, enthusiasm'greets hjoji, as greatejr. add' greatly'fq! Weir individual ,

, 'IiCej West lines instructed by "Mr. J. E. cation for lands but owing to :the fact foundation of the.house, and Solomotr New.York whene: a conspiracy of suppress adaptability which .is the most eeeentlalpart PIANO;>> for sale at a bargain.
lograham third vice-president of the that Mr. Rickards unable to keep pace builders and Hiram's builders did hew io'h was organized against him, as Qne of 'the* new' modejs ii Instrument in condition. Inqure at
. Wisconsin where his eloquent made of "a'crosscut'scarf! of chiffon SUN ORICL $.1-II
recently -
with the applications these in
railway to select a body of land suitable gentlemen them ; ahd stone squarers, so they pre. their

: for growing. citrus fruits, and plant theN will have to wait their turn* i pared timbers and stone to build the words thrilled the Nation.Mr. with natural tiny hue roses This imprinted encircles on it the in neck "I au told that SqnaHiBger ba*

same with the most approved varieties. In the Arch: Creek section. "The Nat- house... And;. Kinfc' Solomon sent 'and Bryan's New York speech was and is formed into a"great choux Ou become a Christian."

ilr. Ingrtham made personal inspection ural Bridge Grape Fruit Company" havea fetched: Hireni out ef Tyre a worker in ringing; effective popular. He stirred the left hand side. the scarf continued "I don't Mim It. I taw him .

: of all the lands along: the east coast large..force SIt men .clearing land brass and he was filled with wisdom the hejrt, appealed to the conscience thence to the waist where it terminat! brow'a'banana skin on the sidewalk
-' that were adapted to growing citrus They commenced their first planting of and understanding and cunning to Wort. ..aud< revived patriotism. Issues! cham. in two rosettes with ends. tbe other day."-Boston Journal. I

- fruits finally determining to plant. a 60 grape fruit trees tbrV>ee>. "The Southern all works in brass. He cast two pillars ''pfoned by such a leader cannot be ignored /1'

acre grove at this point. Florida Land u4,. |t Company" of brass of eighteen cubits high apiece ; people who can be so stirred np A. OU Faifcloaed Ro.e Jar Boat building doae right at borne, ia
not to be satisfied with official plat. The roses employed should be just the most approved manner good work.
Mr.:: Rickards was employed to take located in the same s'eeWqn, have riotyet 'ind A.litre i of twelve cubits did are
cccipass the kinds. maD ship and at living price Call oa
of sweetest
blown smelling
of the lives
i commenced itudes The cause people
fall! charge .of the work. On June 24 clearing: their Ian fifrt''of them about. And he./set up gattiere.djn as flrya state as possible Capt. A. T. Rose.
but are arranging to put A force of mat and the people are alive to the fact. .
the wnter visited Boca Ratone and wItS JUilfeirl in the porth pf the tebple ; After each.gathering spread out tbe -
of the work work at an early date.. iThe' individual and he set' the right pilla and called The slogan has been sounded, and from aud'leave Mrs. Skimpen-I think Mr. Smith
::i aurprised at the magnitude up petals oa a sheet oilpaper: until -
: plantings covering $(' entire i section the thereof now on the man who sh x>k New York must have liked the beefsteak pie.
and then
being carried oa. The transformation name Jachin. he set up free from all moisture, place a
of this section during the past two from the Sebasliai &iver. on the the left pillar and called the name thereof will be the foremost American' rallying\ ,'\layer of. petals in the jar. sprinkling He had two helpings of it.

- mouths has been truly marvelous. The north to Cu ler on the poutb, Twill aggregate : Boaz. his people and doing for f900 what IiI ,with coarse salt then another layer and Tn Tactless Boarder-Possibly be j
hundreds ofla'cres g.eat apostle did a century before.1 eajTt alternating until the' jar is fuH
unbroken for many ? citrus did it on a Boston Tran
railway runs through an As these ancient workers in the templewere JOHN CLARK RIDPATH. wager.
Leave for few days or until a broth
trees that are being planted. The a '
rest of spruce pines for miles. Two groves operative masons. we as speculative is formed. then incorporate thoroughlyand script.
i'D .
that have been planted the vicinityof
months ago there was no sign!: of civiliza- Miami the la Masons have met in the house of Persistent Advertising. add mote* petals and salt mixing E. F. Haines has armed and will be
: don or impiovemeuts save the few acres during !' yearsare God on this the anni of our -. SIt daily for a week when fragrant gums found at Weybrecht's Machine Shop,
I Mr. Rickards had planted in pines. Ta- making a splendid- lowiOK' The patron' Mll {J Efe great is as 'advertise in order to and spices 'should be add i. 'such a4 and will do all kinds of repairing-COBS.

day many acres have been cleared of its fact that thU entire section is' below the trut''S! as taught by our Order. hold good business as to adverti with benzoin. storai cassia budtinnam: n"; Pistols Bicycle, Locks and say Must .

uitaial growth the sound of the wood. line.here killing frosts occur i is a iuar. First, we are reminded that as Masonswe the idea of getting new husbess A man .cloves, cardamom and.vanilla' bean ;MII oHroD'work. Ch&ir whecU lor sale. r

mans axe is heard on every hand improvements antee that within a few years this whole all believe in God, the Supreme :often say "I have all I can attend, again and .leave .fear's few days. when 1I-3-tt.
of all kinds are being section will be covered with fruitful i Architectr5fjijf| )".'niverse. No man \\h4"jj( 1 I'll w. IfI advertise I should have. add essential oil of. jasmine: violet J T:Judgeto( old witness ascending the

I rapidly; carried lorn ard. The railway groves and becoire .the great fruit-pro- disbelieves in God can be a M asoD.- It!, ',correspondence to attend to." tuberose with a*bint and of attar ambergri of roses pr musk together in bench by umtake)-"Is it a Judge

: company have put in a long switch, and I I ducing section of the State.-E. V is not a distinctively Christian order. It That man is laying the foundation for mixture with the /flower ot toe.to fix the you want to be, uy man?"

soon a modern depot and freight house 1 Blackmail in N., Y. Fruitman's. Guide. takes in all faiths. The follower of an unpleasant old age. If the men who odor Spices. such as cloves.'should be Old .Wit ne88-"Y"1 lIP W, all I am

will be erected. A postoffice has been I -- -- Guatauma ; the founder of Buddhism ; is doing a good business!: fails to keep sparingly used A rose 'potpourri thus fit for now, your lordship."-TU .1

: established with Mr. James Rjckards asposUnashi. ..;- ,Even-Unto Death. .. the followers.. ; orhrngConfueius. << his, name:J.before the ptJple! with whom, combined. without parsimony in supplying BUS.. -

The greatest activity prevail -' -:-- Zoroaster:1l ta uned;"'M &.' -all can he has dealings', he will soon find to his the flower ottos will ** foundin

: -;' on ewy hand. Land purchasers removed The death a notable of Rifbard figure from Parks American Bland come to the Masonic Lodge.! It teaches sorrow that his patrons are drifting grad tbe fullest sense a joy forever. Garden's No need sending sway from hone for

arc flocking thither from all secttops, of tolitical life-his jndgnientniay not the universal brotherhood. the human nally to those who know the vala'e-'of Story. .. ,._ _..._. _. any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose CIa .
: the Country, and the lands arts btu-.g I have been of the soundest, but his hon race ; that all are children of the Great printer's ink. The man equally stupid( Dried Beef IB Cream Sauce. build yon one as fine or as cheap as you #

taken up and sold as fast as they can be.lIncled. esty was unquestioned and his heart Father God. BiM no' man who does who expects that an inch will do aswell[ Dried beef.in. cream sauce .furnishes want. See him. and place you order. ,

There is no section oa tbe I always riJjht!,:-TSi"icvt ..,.. not believe in a Supreme Being can as a half page, or one insertion asjwell' an4 appetizing;,breakfast. dish at 1 btuIii Goodly-Wbat grander than
where there Is lso\v i':: ,J. pn wba\ jifle.was'Mr; Keiid's judg. .bt for..which' Qtwd House' a
4 cut coast $< ? arc cross the Masonic threshold. as a year's. Continual dropping.;,.ill year.
fnieut 'uiis 'q tif'1"We, that the the toll man you can trust? 1 1Cynicus
aggregation of capital being inve ted.in! suspeCT and Keeping gives wing recipe
; Second. is another article r four wear a stone persistent advertisingwill
Mr. : T. U. &-C. has'reffrence-to bit-advocacy prayer .Use a cup of shaved smoked beef. trim -One who will truat 11)0'i j
calUre of fuuits .
< the citrus as here. I faith. We believe that bring results. Ask. all the "great
tof free silver''ajur: 'cC Uie'I U. & C.cJaiuisJlb no man ming the brown edges and fatty Jewish Comment. <
.7 Rickarib stattd to the riter that within 1 ) < should enter fortune makers of the day from what
Demoorertc .. Hypocrisy upon any undertaking portions Set it over the fire in lukewarm -
twelve months there would be more without asking God to source: capie their myriads tpf dollars,
has "ul1t help Prayer water and let it stand till the Wanted.
i\sbi5eA H- JS getting
-: than 300 acres of citrus i run trees planted in its:.wbrk6n"the,}'T,tVJn4-palmelt3! is as universal and instinctive as the and they wilftell you : From continous water becomes hot. but do"'not boil ..'

r Reside many ares-of piueappes aud News'. *' **V \ 'W belief in God which is wri'ten upon the advertising backed by continous .hard TbUi' will freshen arid'make'tbe meat A good, strong clarinet or cornet:
; tropical trails. The improvement* being .*---7* s- -"'* *+?' .. hearts of many by the Divine finger. wo Fruitman's Guide. ,1\* tender Make a pint of rich white player who U either a painter sad slja-

aside art of a most stable, character: A splendid violiN fi"te :p years in:Use! Masons belitve in tnt; Bibht It is the ... .p.. sauce. add the 'meat and let it simmer, writer a baker or a carpenter, to cams

Monty i. being expended b> the wealthy in first-clas: condition,. can be bought great light given by God :to lighten "Only half the peach crop w killed..." a few momenta. Draw to the back o poud with S. H. lUrrXftutrr.

: purchasers without stiut. To give the for $25.00 Instrument guaranteed. every man in this d.rk and mysterious "Then let's hope it ft an the dried the range and stir in briskly the fire two beaten Scc'y. Lake Worth/B d
from at
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reden f valuable jur..ul au iuc A Mrtf/ 'Violin care TKQPIOU Su.S .. world eggs
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