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 20, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
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System ID: UF00075915:00573
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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." \ for THE TKOFICAI. SDH. .--.e. Sunday was the occasion of the first .".

r- People u They Come and Oo-People :lie Whose WM veins just! a with natural human tort kindness of man ran; What the Sun's Men Heard la The Bud% r. Interesting Items From practical test of an audiphone in this I Scraps of New About TbU and nat

place and it proved a perfect success.A .
You May or May Not Know. That knew no arts lave one most rare.' Lively Local Whirligig.A RelCorresNadcats. and Different Thlata
sunshine .. f \ transmitter was provided by Dr. ].
To spread love's everywhere ITo .
-.e. Ji> -- ..a.N..ll
x. A. and in position the
McLeay placed
all a bleaaing,but to the poor ;' on

r. .. '. *' A >linn. of rsrsoaal Utmi-Yltltor ta An angel walking from door to door. Mirror of Minor Happenings, Accidents Very Csretilly 4liwptied aa* Confined to that pulpit of the Congregational Church Saturday Nous and lams *t laurtst t*

,'':' '',>'-*" IBS City, and Cltlieni YlilUni Dear good brave old !,ell, Coming Events and a i Wklf 1 U of Most latcrest to the afternoon. Patrons of the tel. Everybody la Central aad MoW'y :

I!!Ii >< Out of Us City, The very flower of honest men I Galaxy of Currant Cotslp.i :jtlJCU of Dade.cOllt ephone line at all points between this la Fartltular : 1

",'" A Christly man in heart and deed .. notified ... >
-}> '"' 'I' >i --- + town aud Delray were that y i
Not in Mall-fed cant or creed;
,. N. C. Jouei U now riding a Cleveland And when in death he sinks to sleep, Dr. R. B. Potter is enjoying j locomotionon if DELRAY D01XCS. ,church services would be held aft usual Saturday the public records will bt ;

t}:- : wheel' A thousand lowly lives will weep. a brand new wheel. "* at u a. m. and 7:30 p. m. packed np and ready to move to Miami ;

ii J. G. Ftnno is preparing another acre Reports received by mail Monday from Juno. =
And such a heart I So tree to bare ;
Mrs. N. H. Monck has to Indiana
r Tom Earnest was down to Boynton A brother's Joy,..brother's care- gone of ground for: pines. morning]: from the south and over the

,: over.Sunday. Ah 1 what-balm in Gilead"there- on a visit to friends and relatives Rev.Mr. Thomas conducted two services phone Sunday showed that the innovationwas Henry J. Anthony is still aasistiag ,
Just would give all he had, at her old home in the Hoosier Stat Cl-rk ;
you thanks County Qaimby through the f'iIiJa
at'the school-house Sunday. a most gratifying success, to
Ike Frailer came in Saturday night Give it freely, and be glad!. -
J. Handelsman and wife are from -a the enterprise and consideration of Dr. preparatory to moving to Miami.
up '
B The heart and Mr. aid Mrs. Smith
from Klsbimmee. his old hcme. pitying gentle mud are spending a 1
Kind as the mother to the child I Miami this week looking after the few days with friends at Mc eay. The sermons of Rev., S. D. T
Mrs G. A. Kaiserwu down from Juno business affairs of the Boston Store. Hypoluxo. Paine, both morning and evening were Dr. Lansing is u proud aad frisky u
and Friday of last week. Never"talked religion" much, Peter Pedersen was at Palm .Beach his dignity will permit over the possess.
Thursday heard and
; Scarcely ever thought of such; Geo. S. Adams returned. .. distinctly fully enojyed by ,.. __
Tnesdsv Monde havio so"""..'dental wart done. moil .ftf... m ijMMtA VA has .
-----J g new "' 'cyce' '' It'lli' just
t Frank Rowley took a party ot friends But quietly, as day by day auditors all along the line. The choir 1"1'
morning from a week's visit to Bay Biscayne chased.
He his humble Several of Union's attended
way young people and
up to Jupiter Sunday in his launch None By many a human deed of love in the interest of the K. 0. T. M. congregational singing was just as
Sa. b. t a party at Hypoluxo Wednesday distinctly heard. This promises to be a
He led the way to worlds above. The windows and doura of the Kpia-
The "Annie Dorcas" has been evening.Rev. ,
of sloop
boon to many who are too far distant
Church have ;
Pier trom Boynton A "silent how tl'llf'l I copal been nicely screened
W ,
Chas. preacher. yet
e was
up hauled ashore and under
put cover on M. Hindry, of Palm Beach, was to attend church, but desire to enjoy by the Ladies'Guild and
Installation of acet. What sermons there for me and you I improvemutof
arranging for the a the the F. E. C.
freight .
property in town Wednesday and held communion divine services.
How many a poor and needy one the Church lot has been +
business-. begun.
in his of
jrlene light plant He helped and sent rtjoldng on, depot service in ,the morning and regular .

Mia Lulu Angeviae left Wednesday Looked up toXhiist: pa bended knee. meeting in 'the evening at the school The construction of a baadmcn CI4tlKe t
And said pt; Aid it unto.me T Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Russell are the W. a DeBerry Harried.
of last week for her home in Meudon, house. the
on Flagler property baa beta
of fine
parents a boy baby that made his
Mkh., where she will visit. for two So let w ohee pause to say, Pltrons W. G. commenced north of the Palm
t Ah I if should die today. i appearance at their home Monday of of the school at this place are The many friends of DeBerry just Beach

momtha.F How many needy creatures her this week.A somewhat surprised to think Miss Irene were surprised last week to-learn that Inn. It u being built for the oeeupatc/

J. West and family will visit their O'er my grave would drop a tear Rickards is ,not';coming back the pres- the( purpose of his vacation trip to Jacksonville of Hon. Wayne McVeigh, pQatffiUUN: s

D old home at' Sioux City ism until pall, And look to Christ, on Itesdej!knee, new plank sidewalk has been laid ralterm as: there Was nb cause for: re. was to meet the young lady General under Uanison't admiaatratioi.J. .

before returning to their splendid planCatation ADd say. -He did it unto me PV c.Y:* along the east side of J. C. Lanther's. mpvaL It.seems too bad to think the! whom he was to marry, Miss Cora

near Modella J.Us. premises on Olive street This was a Superintendent co 1dn't let well_ enough: .Leach of Nasbyl1e.'Tenll. B. Chambers, the electrician, ...

s Temperance much needed I llproement. alone. Arriving at Jacksonville Mr. IleBerrjfound silted by Frank Co fright, has uuly
C-ow. tb Miami' laundrvmM d"Vrr Program Loyal Legictl.sUxnAV .
Let ? I thirty boaaes and story; wired up to the
bride to-be ijl
that was quite
r. The Ladies' Episcopal Guild ,
meetsFridaj .Geo. Smith of Hypolnxo. and Miss
flMflinf V' been tkjsest of :
,. '- I but that did not insurmonntwere exchange..statta, ready for the 'pfcoocs i
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f' 1. .j;' &*- JV\T-2'L' th home of Mrs.P. B. Everett Aaoa.Thorntos this place. were prove .
0 ee, ; .- :':FS-: made and switch board to arrive. The local ,
An: earnest invitation is exlesded 1o al xmttedt i- 6arri rtso sthey were vanamPwife.
Opening Song. | ia'fflamage Tfcuts&y evening?
for week ten days.pasLJ. will be
man a or exchange a jfrent COSVcaKece: to
while the
Prayers. ladies interesting in Episcopal Guildwf.rk July ijth, at ,the home of the bride'sparents even young lady ,
the this
I people or kt1i t'u4 oScP :
of was In too ill to leave her bed. Her sickness it Ia
M. Harper Hypoluxo was
these :
r Scripture Lesson, Rev. Paine. to attend meetings.A Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thornton. : f
tows Tuesday. Mr. Harper has .this The attended proven quite serious as the physicians they will wonder bovtkcjgot
Chalk Talk.Temperance. marriage was by a large
business wonderful specimen of sea animal along without it for 'NO lost
week launched a small mercantile circle of friend from pronounced her malady as typhoid -
Hypoluxo -
is on exhibitation in the window of the ''
at Hypoluxo, to supply the local and Miss fe'ver. and for ten days it 'has
Reading. Delray. Senna Thorn- We cannot print I dollar WU-
Honest Profit House. It is called
a sea
medical skill
seeds of that community. Sang. ton waited on the bride, and Dan Smith been a struggle between It's not we dont know how to-
devil, and was presented to Mr. Schreb- aid disease, but now the tide seems to But Uncle Sam down his hut
best Rev. Simeon Thornton ;
and was man.
Mrs. D. A. Allen little daughter Temperence Doxology.
nick recently by a Jacksonville friend. And
have turned slightly and the physicians says we're not allowed ta.
for 08i atec1. received
Clara May left yesterday morning -- the presents were
Revival services are in think she will recover. But give u all your printing work
Forsyth Ga., on a visit From there progress very numerous and useful,ones. Light
former home of Mrs Mayor Whilldin expects to leave town the M. E. Church. Rev. W. G.FletcherU refreshment were served and dancingwas Mr. DeBerry's host of friends here are The difl'rence the is tansy-
will to the
they go I.
soon for a short vacation trip. Then Uncle Sam days not oI erA
an earnest speakei and as a result: of hopeful that his bride's recovery may
Allen up in the mountains of South participated in till an early hour If YOU are making aaoacy.Th .

Carolina. Mrs. J. Brown is up from Hypoluxo his efforts there will probably be quite a The young: people have the best wishes be rapid and complete, and that he willsoon .. ww.felt.. IV. I ".!-!......

enjoying a week's visit at the home of number of additions to the church mem of their many friends.MASGOSIA return to make hU home and enjoy -- ----u'--.r_

E. Haines, ouster mechanic of the Mrs.. Franklyn Sheen. bership. -.... I life on Lake Worth. Tag SUN extendsits I -- -
Acetylene Gas Co., of this town, left most earnest good wishes. Hints For the Hotwewlfe.

Tuesday to install a lighting plant in the Mrs. H. A. Russell returned to her Commodore C. J. Clark has recently HUTTERIXCS. I .. --- -
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t'two of Dnnnello, in Marion County home at Lemon City last night after a purchased a tract of one hundred and Mrs. Will Poland- -- -and son Claude left Little onions are now bulled and served

Henry Safranek started out this same visit of of Mrs two Geo.weeks S.in Adams.this town the. fifty feet in width, inning from Lake to last Saturday for their Miami home. A Vote of- Thanks. on toast after the manner of asparagus

day as soliciting agent for the Company guest Ocean, and adjoining his winter home Rev. J. R. Walker was this last At a regular meeting of Harmonia This; affords a change from the stereo

in different parts of the State. H. B.' Saunders has greatly improvedthe property on the north. This propertywas up way typed way of serving and will usually
Thursday visiting some of his folks. Lodge No. 138 F. & A. M., it was re-
i appearance of his property by the one half of a three hundred foot I be found most acceptable.
Prof. F. O. Green returned lasr week solved that a sincere vote of thanks be
1 planting out of an ample lawn, and the strip that is a part of the Dimick estate. I Mrs. S. D., Mitchell, of Jupiter, was '
Turpentine and linseed oil la
to bis home in Tivoli.N. J., after a short visiting her old acquaintances in this extended to our worthy brother Rev S equal
of his which is
i visit at Boynton where he is the owner painting cottage now The construction of the two attractive neighborhood last weeK, but only stayeda D. Paine, expressing our appreciationof parts make a good mixture for furniture.
moved farther back from the street.It .
i of a small tract of laud on which he has homes of W.A. Allen and W. Heim on the day or two. his kindness in our behalf and assnr For sun streaks a solution, one-tblyd

E thref acres of pineapples planted out. Is very likely that a drama will soon West Side, north of town, should encourage Mrs. M. H. Burrows of ing him that his sermon commemorating sweet oil and t""eHbirds1(011111, II an

1 Prof.Green u a particular friend of Prof. be put i on the boards by home talent.It others to build and improveThe Chattanooga, St. John's day was fitting to the excellent mixture. A soft cloth slightly
is visiting her sister Mrs. E. H. Sherman
J. F. Berk, the Utter having charge of has been demonstrated in the past to opening up of the Brelsfoid tract occasion highly instructive and most dampened with kerosene mill rvttorft
at Riviera and. as she has
the Interests of the former at Boynton. everybody's satisfaction that the talentis just north of the Flagler property on a some gratifying to the many members of the the polish. .
of in
land het own that vicinity she will
here to get r.p and present a first class basis that would encourage investmentand Order assembled.. To detach a book plate, cut a piece of

CoL W. C. Valentine, of Fort Lauder. performance whenever the effort is made home building would a bum probably remain some time to see to improving Resolved that it be so records on our flannel the exact sue of the label ; dip

dale, one of the old pioneers of Dade m that line.Letters to the commanit 1' at la 1Re.prove and planting it out in pines minutes and a COpy. thereof be presented. in cold water. wring- it. cut. -. and- apply 'i

was on Lake Worth a few days last week Last Sunday quite a party of Mangonia, to our Reverend Brother, S. D. Paine, it to the label ; coyer it with a clean
and this. As is the case with all our old from townspeople enjoying( ) Lake Worth and Riviera people made a I
the cool climate of Northern localities The artful little god Cupid has evidently :also copies of the same for publicationhe piece of blotting paper, then pats a hot t

friends who have not visited this town been getting in a considerable trip to Jupiter, managing to get there by forwarded to each of local papers of iron over it several limes and the label
would indicate that for
to real ,
seem comfort
for a few years. Col. Valantine was good work in recent months, judging noon. After making Henry DuBois and West Palm Beach. may be easily removed.
it is hard find section better
greatly surprise at the changes and improvements a from the number of matrimonial ventures family a visit and taking a bath they C. C. HAICBT, Linen will last much longer if soaked
located than is the lower East Coast
to be noted on every hand. started about o'clock for home but D. Ross t
said be of
that to the
Cool are on point mat and then steamed or boiled without nb-
of Florida. and
nights splendid
Mr*. A. M. Gardner and son Richard breeze whenever one steps in the shade erializing. No less than four well known when they arrived at the dredge they Committee.For bing. Let it boil about five mi utft.

Gardner, left Boynton Friday stoppingover during the day make life enjoyable, as )oung men of this community are making found the tile so low they concluded to Harmonia Lodge No. isS. F. & Rinse very thoroughly Did you ever i -';

in West Palm Beach for a day, and well as liveable "way down Sour ready for an early launching of wait for high water. After a delay of A. M. .__ notice iron-rust spots ia your linrn for
here visitto their life boats the of matri three or four hours or more the male -- i
departed from Saturday on a heab on seas I which jou could not actouut Thou

Chicago. They will also sojourn for mony. Success to them alL members ol the party managed by wading Savannah Pineapple Company.A were caused by the laundress who was

and Ohio before I THE SuJf asknuwledfces a fraternal and pushing to get the launch out cf IO'
a time in Indiana returning careless about rinsing and kft the leap
to their plantatio i at Boynton call from Bro P. A. Vans-Agnew editor The improvements on the fertile ridge the canal into the Lake and then they pineapple company has been organized in.

ant Fall. of the Kisaimmee Valley Gazette Monday land south and west of Dixie go on brought the females out in a skiff and in Savannah, and has secured

i i morning. Mr. Vans-A uew is down in apace. Bingham & Judson are having started for home arriving there about I a charter from the Superior Court of I Of course every good bookkeeper'sees

iI I A letter received from Mr. Sylvester in this section on a mission in behalf of I six or eight acres set out in pines as an 3 a. m. Monday morut"g-thanks to the Georgia. The company has secured. a that the stain are removed front
A>ilnan from. Cale._. Indiana his former Friends of addition .called foot canal I tract of oo acres ot land, two miles east the tin en bef art i t gas .atar wash.
of Seminoles.It to five
-------- -- -- the Society the their plantation. Dr. Potteris x> deep not havingwater

home, reports a most enjoyable and in. was his desire to secure options on the adding cuuple of acres to'his pine. enough it it to let a boat drawing I of Orlando, Florida, on which there is If it is not convenient for you to use I

teresting trip home, Mr. Anderson .the lands recently purchesed near apple faint while J. N. Clark and }. N. about two feet of water through on a already au orange grove of about 20 lemon juice and salt to take out ioarus

having visited Atlanta, Washington, Indian Town,thirty miles west of Jupiter, Parker are each planting out a pair of medium tide. acres. It is proposed to put a portion > spots it may be easier to buy lemon

Norfolk and other cities of interest I of the out in pineapples of the salts to keep on hand for such an ewer
many tract
that the lands might be held in trust for acres to choice fruits. Thus thin s lo --I.

enronte. At Norfolk he was aboard the exclusive use and occupancy of the move in the line of progress in that fertile About The Size Of It. I Smooth Cayenne variety, and engaged geucy. The salts are somewhat stronger Ia

the Reina Mercedes, the captured Indians section of this most desirable portion of I extensively in the business of growing than the lemon. Grass stains '1m ai-

Spanish warship and enjoyed a thorough Council the East Coast Company. When a man gets into trouble the first II'II oranges, pineapples berries and \'tReta.I wan yield to cream of tartar if tre.pot t
Tuesday night the Town reconsidered ,
r inspection of the Navy Yards. thing-.they think of is the newspaper. bles. The incorporators are Robert H. is wet and well rubbed.A .
the subject of street lighting, I i
visit of Thursday night last president Carl At all other times they don't seem to Polk, Frank H. Boucher. W. H. Polk ,I dainty way to prepare radiihct for
Parker is expecting a unanimous of those !I
and vote
N. by
present I
J. : L. F. Nash, an old Schrebnick, of the Ontario AcetyleneGas worry about them in the least. When r }O. P. West Geo. W. Becket and J. A. the table is to cut a morsel off the tip of
tome length decided to have twelve street lights put Co., gave a surprise cookedon men have a grudge against someone Brash. The company has secured a each. leaving at the other end the heart
friend from Peoria, 111* Mr. Parker in by the Ontario Acetylene Gas Co., for the i 1 valuable tract of md.. well adapted to leaves and a bit of the stem. Cut the
Nash is veritable an acetylene gas stove designed and they invariably call upon newspaper. in view. It is to
his friend a which no charge is to be made for the the purpose proposed akin down from the in
manufactured by master mechanic E.\ F. man to pick chestnut out of the fire operations at once.Wanted.. Up five or six
him he has begin
with no
when he is months of October, November and December '
t mascot; Haines C. W. Schmid, the well known .for them. Some men are of the opinion ..- places, beuding each piece slightly out..
of freeze drouth flood or blight, but after which time, if salifac- ,
fear ward simulate the
and chef of the Palm Beach Club, was caterer that a newspaper is a public grindstone to petals. If this U
while success attends ever venture tory are to be paid for at the rate announced I
done. the radish tales
Ion' carefully t n the
on this occasion. While the party was which every axe may be ground. --HI ---
prosperity U a foregonj conclusion. last week, viz: One Dollar per A good strong clarinet or cornet of a half-opened flor. Of 1
fruit enjoying the novelty of probably the I Those outside of the newspaper profession appearance
Every seed grows, every plant bears night, moonlight schedule, for the 12 first meal ever cooked by have no idea how people I player who is either a painter and sign. course, the radishes with the led ..kla.gie .
i and lots of it; even the bees make double lights. The equipment has been ordered acetylene gas many writer, a baker or a carpenter, to corres- the prettiest color effect
I in the United who think the exist though
heat States there an
his col's here photographer newspapers with S H HAPPSRSETT, E
of honey when mas ; and as soon as piping arrives it pond '
portion anticipalioa. -I will be put down and preparations O'Donoghue appeared on the scene only for the purpose of doing their dirty I( Sec'y. Lake Worth Band, the new yellow ones are not without

hence .Mr. Parker's pleasant I I made for the street lighting. and took a picture of the group I work.-Eustis Lake Region. I West Palm Beach, Fla. beautl.Ex..w .


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I PRINTS, ETC. who love fragrance should
4 I I take advantage of the-wealth of bloom MANAGERS;; OF Does Your Stationery 'tt

.! Frmrd : during the summer months to garner a I t's
The Three
Phat.grepba. Without flat I Ir : rich harvest Ordinary manufactured Friends S
V.rrla-.lapaa..* Oak NewYaelet7.FI.reatl.e i
odors can never take the place of the Suit
Fnt. *-PI'ett71 Tailoring Company. You ? t
dainty: fragrance from dried rose leaves
Faaey .'.....".e.... I I ease
I Ii l lavender and 'other sweet smelling --
At'present the general tendency i things, and all through the winter SUITS AND PANTS MADE TO. ORDER.
among the most artistic trainers is for months one may fill the house with ., ; .
the trust plain and simple styles in rich I C i I 'airy wafts of perfume sweet." if care _. ,J' Next_to his wearing apparel thereis_ nothing S

roach that are beautifully polished I is taken to gatherjmaterisla when nature 'leaning., Pressing and RepairingA ia.. really neat roan is eo particular about as
ttongh. of course individual taste I providea a bountiful, eupply. Ww
taatt be coMulted) and framers are ,I Swett clover blooms- carefully dried Specialty.FIT the quality and appearance of his Stationery.

sometime compelled to use a mere I fin the shade until well cured packedI
ornate frame than they would choose I loosely in cheesecloth bags gives the AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED And in very truth it does proclaim his business I

} general) rule) to observed in fran I linen a faint and dainty perfume that WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.G.WJDNER. ,
t leg is tbd it must accord with the tout will woo any tired mortal to pleasant as a neat fitting and stylish suit of There[ is no argument

r of the room and alao the subject of the I dreams -
Dried rose leaves give to laces a sweet 1 I' clothes proclaims the man. in favor of paying more than

f fragrance, and lavender has a clean $40 for any make of wheel

I= refreshing scent. It has been called a In the worldT;hea that is tbs
It will
if it is
brain stimulant The rues petals should ,
I & SON price'of popular
bo gathered from fresh-not faded full .. .
I 'furnished have been leaden for so many
R- : blown flowm-while the dew ia upon I you by
them as it is a well known fact that years and are leaders *

the heat of the fun absorbs much of the Jewelers and Opticians ., ,

tkL I' fragrance! Dry the petals in a cool the right kind of a house, present a' nice appearance
dark and them BICYCLES'r
room turning stirring .
kL I J frequently When thoroughly dry they Watches.Go'xlt-Clucks .lewelry.Mutual : and make a good impression, which I
Strings etc.
are ready for use. and until wantedkeep
in tightly cloned glass jars The would not be the case if you used shoddy ,

flowers lavender are stripped from Stationery [ok Blank Books that I

: their.___. slender_______ stalks _and__. dried__n_ in._ the___ paper was poorly printed. u pioneer' 20 I.ear old' wheels"

run fOR Gijovms PHOTOGRAPHS. I i !same way The fragrance of dried tipsof NEWS DEPOT Now while speaking of houses that are
picture Gilded frames are invariably I mignonette is as soothing to nervous
.aed for oil paintings. Romof th*rich people as far off music. DAILY PAPERS.lufatcHJeielryRepairiii, X "right," we must not fail,to mention Price $40
wt are limply the plain flat enrface of Rose geranium and lemon verbena f
the wood gilded lightly to show the leaves tips of rosemary, fennel sweet *
I texture Oak chestnut cr any wood I fern and lemon thyme are all used sin- Twenty years' experience: has

with good grain ia chosen for this gly or in company to create goodly IX ALL BK\. 'CHES. The taught; RAHBLBI makers bow to
kind of frame Old fashioned paintings ,, !smelk Pillowa or little bags filled with build the best wheels oa earth
of bright coloring are sometimes framed these aromatics are very grateful to in- Seminole Block, West Palm Beach. cheaper than i anyone else. and

wltb a narrow black mat inside the valids The odor half balsamic and always they are doing just that
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gilt frame An experienced framer can suggestive of "sweetness and
eee eta glance what will be the most light," acts as a tonic Clematis Avenue Tropical CALL AND SEX KA3tBLUt3
r editable for the subject brought him. Tips of camphor laurel, mint. sweetbasil. .u bra f"a CUtbp.

Photograph are framed "close sage sasfafras. rue and wormwood -
: u it ia styled-that ia. without mat I(i well dried and packed in thin Supply Store-:: ,

or margin Oak. bird's eye maple mahogany cheesecloth bas., will perfume woolens QEO. S. ADAMS. Prop'r.
and rosewood are nntd for these and act as a preventive of moths ::-We>>t Palm Beach. Florida -- Sun '

frame Japanese oak ia a new variety The dried leaves may be scattered free- J. D. MA THIS Fiopnetor. ,
of a light grayish brcwn with an abeo ly among/ furs or ground into a fine
a lately dull finish Oak etaioed green. powder and rubbed on the edges of car ,escceu.rger.a.a /I.kcry..Uraccry) Whidden's Markets
la an effective netting for platinotpyesAll pets. The perfume they throw oft smells -
much like sandal wood \UJlotto-Hjuwk Sales and Small ProflU. Which: er.joyg a well merited reputation for
ihadea of gray from very light to
almost black are used for the gray plat For the popular sachet bags a moat Bakery Goods and furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has Prepared to Supplyyou
inain prints,which are ao popular at delightful filling is composed of dried
Family Groceries with"w.
precest rose leaves half a pound dried lavender the beet equipped Job Office along the East ,

I Some pictnrea are farr more effective flowers, quarter of a pound an equal ....My Specialty.
Good Meats at Prices.
: when not pat into regular frames, but quantity of uiignonttte tips and half as Coast snd is better prepared now than ever thing ,
mounted iu the much sweet basil (which has a clove- Goods delivered free to any part
j paste partont style like fragrance), of the City or across the Lake. before to meet all the requirements of the Fresh Pork,
This consist of a mere strip of paperor
around Red roses may be dried in buds with All Orders Given Prompt Attention. Beef
cardbnatd ia any tint pasted j trade in that line. ,
out pulling apart and placed in little Goods First Ciabs and Fresh. .
s the edge; uf the glau aa a bindings Highest
The old Florentine style of framing I bags made of some filmy material. suchas prices paid for country produce. .,,' Poultry

paintings in groups ia often wen now gauze or chiffon The thinner the Buy of me and I will save you mo-e,. &-1<< Eggs. .
al*> the old Florentine curved frames :, material the more readily do the contents High-grade '

Then ate a very rich and beautiful :I bled their sweet fragrance.A T Is the kind THE SUN Native Meats a specialtyYour
fine addition sachet ia
I! to powder ,
flaming for the head of old masters
Geo. S. Hacker
s. alo fur the colored photographs cf I' the common flag root or calamus thoroughly SonMANUFACTURERS c Patronage Solicited
r I
dried and coarsely powdered. It
Venetian scenes. The latter are fuss ,:. I
pensive and very artutic. f has a very cleanly odor likened by t and the only kjnd. We have found throughan Market on Banyau Street
i some tn violet, and it combines with
The Household which makes theE
foregoing snggeetions about the trans 'I'other odors in a most pleasing mannerI experience\ \extending, ** over a number oft 11.12 WEST PALM BKACU.

lag of a pictnre. abo'advices as folluwi i I Pointed Elite ;;Tatllutf and Crochet years that it pays to do this, for when you
7 .baat.a class of pictured which are apt !
With No 80 thread make circle ot The Dade State Bn
to be very numerous in a bouse nowa I I I four groups uf 4 d e. 1 p and draw once get a customer he will stick, knowingthat County ,
day: The ingenuity of young girls is
I[ close leave thread Inch West Mm
taxed to the utmost to know bow to ; one-quarter what is done for him will be done RIGHT, Beach, Florida.

diopoee of the photographs of scbool I "
z friends and relatives to eay nothing of i and in a manner that will be both pleasingand Authorized Capital, $100,000.Paid .

.R the amateur efforts with kodak and i .
the like It ia a pleasure to have each i : -- attractive. Up Capital $15,000.

J boat. and moreover. they have greatpoaidbilitiei J ,
in the! way of decorationA OF OFFICERS:

pretty arrangement for the kodak And that's the E.N. DIMICK, President.U. .
pictures consist of two narrow ribbon I i Doors, Sash D. HENDRICKSON, Vice-Pretldent.
of .nJI length according to the number
cf pictures* Upon these the photograph t TATTED AND rUUCHfcTbD "OOE.I Blinds, MouldingsAND GEO. L. BRAHNING Cashier.
are pasted with spaces between'I long and make circle of 3 d s. 1 p. 3 d Cheapest after all.Even
as shown by the sketch to form a long a. draw close. Make circle of 4 d a. Office Hours From 9 a. m. to a p. m.

l fuel. an arrangement which ia both I join to last p in first circle ((3 d e. 1 p), Building Material, General Banking Business Transacted
simple and prettyA repeat twice and draw close. *repea
pretty little fancy affair for faces I till long as desired making alternate CHARLESTON, S, C. though you might be able to send elsewhere Collectlena promptly remitted on day of
t ft shown by the sketch It may be I large and small circles Across edge: (1f tt.' Largest Factory South. receipt. Drafts bought and Hold on the prl&-
Y9 larger row make chain of crochet just Send for Prices. for your Stationery and save possiblya rlpal citie of the United States. ..-::9-07 .

I Ia Ir i long enough to fill between purls
I Cover the chain with single crochet in few cents on an order amounting to several ,
't I fine thread Connect the smaller 1
row .I II dollar: remember that time is consumed and ;=
| circles with 5 s c between each purl If r

< cover with 10 s c. For the points wake delays occasioned in doing so, and that if
I circles like one first made, joining tofgetuer Anadvertisement THE ALL 'ROUND

I until five are made. turn, join mistakes should occur, you will have more or
', to each other and to center p in each!
circle till nine are made for center of less trouble in getting them reciifiel. PHOTOGRAPHER

!: point Around these: make a row of s ,

circles of 3 d a. 1 p. 3 d 8, draw close, i i
(leave thread one-quarter inch join to The Sun Guarantees Has come to stay in Wed Palm j

t ,; thread between circles last made Be in : Beach, and is now fully prepared to 1
(peat until ten small circles are around, 4
: the point Crochet I 5 ch between eachj Satisfaction do work to gratify his patrona.Stiilo .

... j j wall circle around point Cover cb THE'SUNwill'
... .
; ::' J i with 10 the and
I 't' s c. joining points toi .
'J\ o i Deudiai losteadof crochet two thread
(.r -* ?- ; and ch of 2 d s, t p in tatting may be and is right here at home, where it Landsreat1l1 055. Masonic Blurt

: used!
r j .. at all times and under all circumstances WEST PALM BEACH.
---- ; : Decorative Ice Cream .;
|i Frozen mixtures of all kinds are now to fulfill its contracts to the letter. If you I
bring results
,: the fashion for women's country luncheons fc:
are not satisfied with work you may hav j Red Spanish and
I|I The ice ball i is one greatly favor

i i, ed In form it is a small ball made entirely elsewhere and in the
gotten wish a change .
j of ice At the top is an opening and will Fancy mfr -

i through which the soft custard i b I style or grade of your Stationery,
1, poured and then again well frozen I PINEAPPLESlips

i'i Every color in cream is: used but pink bring 'em quick. "
: is the tint preferred It served on a
n Send in a trial order and SuckersFor
I'I pretty ornamental mat of white paper
the guest cracking the ball aa if it was
1 an egg. showing. the beautiful tint beneath Just try it. for anything you may needin Sale of the Following Variety m

.1|I Abbaka, Porto Rico,

A PHOTOCUirU PAKEU '!i i Another happy thought is the rain Smooth Cayenne,
[| bow. a delicious combination in form in the office or counting room-Letter Heads, *
mare! of cardboard covered with linen !i Egyptian Queen ;

or of water color paper. decorated with ;i I, of a crescent in which all the hues are Note Heads, Statements Tags, Envelopes, Ripley Queen, Golden Qnwa, T. '
charmingly given-a very pretty idea
pwfbtin' .t flowers or simple kketchesAt White Antigae.Pernaaibuco.
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lr *' '!iwn it will accommodate fivecf [ for the formal dinner Card, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter
the smaller size of heads! and one of ,

the larger It is very pretty to bang by }i I!1 The The latest X the aids of the bureau toilet table fruit'rum ..
or mir' thl..I'"QI.Ullllh\ID' ...
k ror :i affairs imaginable according to The ness Sewed and Repaired. phlets, or in fact anything that you may want 'lantuoutt,, Apply lu a pltk.d
J..weersCircular! This is! due to the Out-of-town
customers will receive
e RkQbarb Sauce. j! fashion in in the line of PRINTING- .
new dress in which the promt attet tion. Shop on Olive Street MATTHAMS, i
in stewing; rhubarb fcr sauce cut it !! princess effect prevails and the bell next door north of T OPICAr.Su* Build. Florida
f Into inch piece without peeling it. as !I when any is used. i is! the merest threat IR. 8.18 Pineapple Company,

both color and a fine flavor are in toe' The designs of these clasps are indeed 5.697 West Palm Beach Kla.
1 kin When cooled the outride will be ,: exquisite Two diminutive daisies with And we will

A' tender as the other part Cook the :, diamond centers represent one of them. I Brelsford Bros '--
fruit very slowly and add only enough Another consists of two very small ,

water to it to keep it from burning assi i hearts pants with pearls and a third please ==sure. WHEN in Jacksonville be tare sail vie{
large part of the fruit itself ia water 1! shows coiled serpents beautifully JPW- Real Estate and Insurance, you it your with Old Friend who will lurprJ,

Add enough; sugar to sweeten the ; sled with red and green ttones Spinels.j you Bargains in
mocr in the beginning; and us it in j divines! pearls and diamonds! are favorite BEACH, FLA. Dry Goods! Clolliing *nd

Very arid cook in a utensil that will Ii I stones for the enrichment of gold Votary Public. Cottages to Rent ttt Z&5 Zteffi& ffi&SJtfte3 Gents' F'upia6ing*.__
Cot be aflected: by it A dontle boiler in i clasps which come in both solid and D. SINGER,
dWl$ card for the pnrpwe openwork styles 0-1-V7 I'o.t..IIi.. HIII"lh'l!: Nortbof. II Bridge Stwet.Krar Bay .
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i..t ODD FELLOWS. I West E.H.DUIICK. Mathushek Pianos

'. I'mpriptor .
CoBterBlBK the C...f tke Black; Ball. SPICY
LlBkleU. Palm Are rlani YYUb a NUBC,

Pianos That Have A
A black ban in a lodge la not a dub Repetition
with which to avenge a personal grter- Beach eecontl to nonr. They art the.

ance. It is not a dagger for a coward'i kind that h*,,, 'lux! lh. tniof
nee with which to even up an old nore." tali.ft"hh"lfiftt'
; ROYAL .ARCANUM. It U not a brush dipped in black point Drug
with which to besmirch the character of critical nu..hI&DIi in every May.

brad Regent .f Pea..'........ one who may hold different riews from 4h.... St re. They Are Not
own. A black ball U a traterIIltJ'lIhlcld. -
,.... .
c.n cu.. old le that bar ..
to protect not individuals, but the ct> Ilia not r*
Major Webster a Web of Bethlehem order from those who would Injure it. It renltil for jrmrt ami thru offer
*ho WM elected grand regent of the grand and Royal Poinciana Pharmacy
A. should never be cast with a prejudiced eil as "jjrral bargain( tot are
CtMUteil at Pennsylvania at 1U recent BM-
mind or a teliteh thought-Bundle of
;- 4 lion as l'1ttMDarg,. Sticks. 1 they "cheap, low-grade"plaaoe

i, was a paymaster Five members Irrespective of sei, Including -DEALEU3 IX- 1 made to sell "at half prior. f
In the
i 1i the army recent one qualified to preside const Every Piano Is New, ;
tuU a in a Rebekah lodge.
war.ban long Mr.been Weiss a There quorum are 1,426 members the encamp. These are the expressions Drugs, Toilet Articles, anti every part U' Ina'le in the
31&liu.bk! Factor,
member of the ment branch in Vermont C. H. Look-

a1 and Arcanum has always army wood Every U grand year shows patriarch.an Increase In tho which can be heard on all Fine. Stationery andDruggist : Tsai wbiehiiaguarantarta.titwlll a lifetime. *

been in the frontline number of lodges which observe Memorial '
when then day It is a very pretty custom and should Why Take Chances %
5v k has been any work be encouraged.Any sides concerning the news Sundries. on cheap piano wlit-H the OIl

to bo done for the person who can satisfy the instituting and I Reliable M tiusl! <*k taG I*
1 .... advancement of officer with proper evidence that theyare of PreSeriptioneCarefully and: ti s
: J fraternity.,. He entitled to join a Rebekah lodge can columns Compounded bought at prices LfflG'

baa ably occupied DB admitted. on the night of Institution, East Coast Busines Solicited} suit you? There an more that .

w. ft worms severai otfloes In whether or not their name be on the peti (, WEST PALM B.;Acm. (S-UMW. 15,000 MatCnibek Iii un, (. |

the grand councIL .. the Smith._. 61\:011: should Ilat-
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I. fcavtnff twice been elected grand vice re tion.Visiting
members cannot be excluded if Une"
f gent Ifs wm very successful as grand I .J-
they are in possession of the passwords
: AnnUMt.1v Chinese Gl'Duin1taLbu.laek I'IIIM
v orator. having labored ---- In r--TOW .
,.,- ntulfatlnf the noble principles of the or- etc.Grand Patriarch Barnes of New THEILTROPICAL are only wild l its ,*
der. Mr. WeU has earned his high place l
L- to the order and, in view of past deeds, it says that during the first term of WO KEE, Proprietor. LUDDEN k..JUrF.S': S. )(. II.FmlTiahn .
the 200 brothers in the
that the affairs of the present year some >>
Is safe to predict I a=.r.
state will have taken the patriarchal de I
F grand council of Pennsylvania are in capable M 29 Eatt Bay St., Jackfoaviltr, fit.
hands gree. shirts..i... ........ .............. .. joe = II.
There are about 80,000 member of the May 2, 1833 was the date of the first OpesFront ......._ ... ...... 2f r2fe'oHn : ___ __ -c
order In Greater. New York. record of an encampment although the t. Uare................_.... ...-.. .... 2
In Pennsylvania are S3 1 subordinate golden rule degree was conferred on five .. .. ... _... M....... ...... 3, '1YouBuy'Erat _uIS8rv8fEB'tOYSTKKS I !

council with a total membership of past grands on Feb. 22, 1831! Ladiwj'Shirt WaUU... ...__ .......... 15 t'u"btl l ay'* fits them. wklle
Sept 18, 1879, the grand lodge of the von .."il. SrnedlaU Slyhr*,uJ..........,
.,,0 I. Independent Order of Odd Fellow hrtwrca FIRST-CLASS! WORK .
Pnuicke W. Dickinson Is now grand re1"1I' changed its name to the sovereign grand GUAKAXTEED. Rrrrchaata.l.4lUaube.dteaar..
of MaMachnsetts and Herbert A lodge. Banyan Street WEST PALM BEACH. YIU. GLTOI'lItSTiUI.UT. > ,
Itoynton grind secretary. 2-2. Olive Btreet "...t flBURKHARDPS .. Ve.eh
The encampments teach the noblest lessons
In the 80 I since the grand council
based upon the foundation stones of
formed the order has ----- -- -
Pennsylvania was
the lodge and Indoctrinate the same
collected t ,II OOOO for the widows' and teachings,but in a loftier and nobler tone 1
orphans' benefit fund,of which $6,430,000 than is manifested in the subordinate .SUN.
has been disbursed to the beneficiaries of
lodge. They are all based upon Scriptural July ao. ,SI)9.P" .
deceased members.
I lessons. I
Last year Manitoba had one lodge

MASONIC. which made an Increase of 133 per cent in Have been very SLOW, cuu UlrfUg that '
membership and another made 71 per cent Some Reason this article is of the choice
Variety ... Feed. of .aarT'. one *! warm .
T..IaI.-rre..Har. Designs.FneoMkonry There are 219 Rebekah lodge* in Pennsylvania Our Sales of weather foods and particularly desirable I +
with a total membership of 18,- The OLDEST and BEST for InfauU. Young and Teething Chit- Y
U remarkable lu whatever 819. Cook's Flaked Rice dren and the high' 'h praise b io.ea nuns
.. view it, whether re considerthe _
aspect it by Dhysicians ana alt 11 ten who hate
anlqOMMM of 1U ceremonial the peculiar UNITED WORKMEN. newspaper published in the used it. This slowness of sale has set us to looking for the caiu Perhars .
character of its secrets, the wealth
it is the
price-20 cents being just a little more than the average
of lymbology! the variety and force of C.ekeegl.g Principle of the Order. customer cares to pay. In order to remove the objection to and

IU teachings brother or the from heartiness labor with to refreshment which- Chip. Prom the Workshop. County. Each week they move this Delicious Food. at at livelier gait we have reduced the price price- .
every goes ,
The cornerstone of the A. O, U. W.,
There. no craftsman but must .
admire the many sldodnw of our crater resting on fraternity,with protection at aotual 17.Cents a Package-e17
cost as its binding principle,remains contain
*s intact today as on the day It was laid by
The new headquarters for the triennial its founder, SO yean ago. The ways and
conclave committee in Masonic temple means of carrying out this work, as the
Louisville, are about completed and will changes In times and circumstances require L. W. BURKHARDT, tat GrocerieL

present a handsome appearance.A may vary, but not its principles, a.. .. .. _
site bal been elected for the monument and as long as these are rigidly adheredto T
a or statue to be erected In Washington this order will always have the advan- All the Wews .,:: o-o<><>o-o .

to the memory of Albert Pike by the tage over any system of life Insurance, .. s
member of the Ancient and Accepted conducted for profit and gain, which maybe .. -
SoottUb Rite of Freemasonry for the presented at any tIme.-G. M. W. of
New Store New Goods !
southern Jurisdiction of the United State Maryland. Rock Bottom Prices!

of America. Grand Recorder Walker of Kentucky U that IS News -

The Deit meeting of the Berlin grand kept busy filling out benefit certificates. : : : & t
lodge of Freemasons, Royal York cur Nearly 800 applications were received at :l I T.1.''';''i'-'S... J. Tfi01VIASOf't BROW t

rnxuxUcaaft,an antl-Seuiitla motion will the Massachusetts grand lodge office between .?,,* .;; .."::';...'. -"' }
ke voted on,making U compulsory for ap- May and 12. I. Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's
tlloaDta for membership to profess Christian
Members in in June whether
principle For that reason the two suspension Furnishings and Notions. .
that .
during or preceding
,rand manten. Profeaoor Wagner andIMuoB suspended months, but who subsequently pay up and not only from West Palm We for h hUll >Il) for
Henry of Schoenakh-Carolath buy cut< lu emu, HO j.'ivpluwpr!: primi th" lunti klm give
I are reinstated,must also pay the relief call
lave declined to accept.re-election. The with their other arrearages. credit. Our motto is, Quick wib-H ami hiiuill |>rofiu.iitt| mi iltcrimiuutiou > .
grand lodg*elected these two grand maa hut roll to all it
Beach and immediate vicin- ; s tntNgrit-mats! are all
ten honorary grand masters On the old level assessment plan, when 11.10 tt .1
plainly niarkwl in fi
members all paid the same amounts, the
WlllUm R. Bowen the "father of Ma-
atnry" Nebrauka, recently took his own younger members paid much more than .
their cost to the order, while the older ity but from all points 01 -- --- -
life by shooting hluiwJf. For 80 yean heW ,
members much less. It
been grand of the grand were paying
distribution of the contri
lodge of Masons in Nebraska an butions.inequitable note on the Lake and along

Tannehlll lodge of Dallas recently celebrated Is now oijen for Winter Travrl.UEST .
the fiftieth anniversary outs or RED MEN. 01- 01ACCOMMODATIONS. LI BKSTTIIK; MARKKX3a.tHB A..OIWS.

p".tt9D."l'bero. the railroad thus makingit in Connection. -
are 19 oommandertea and 8,833 Reinstatement Impended Mem.bertShort ,
Hates Ui'iiHonaltle.. Short HiSll1l1t'frum the IM'Irltt.kddress .
Knight. Templar in Mains Herbert Talks.
BarrU U grand commander. There is a large class of those who drop easily Mrs. S. E. EAR MANnT PALM UKACII.: KU.

j KniBfcU of D..... .out be that especially are well benefited out and by the their order reinstatement cannot ____ ________ ___ ___ __ n_ _.__

Then U a strong sentiment in New except in a numerical sense. It is
York toward the establishment of a permanent .. well enough to have numbers-the outside THE TRAVELERS
headquarters for the Knights world ls apt to measure the importance ,
Honor by the purchase of a building of a fraternity by its total membershipbut -
which iliaD be fitted up with several lodge the great majority of those who permit The NEW MANAGEMENT: -
room, reception room, reading room. themselves to be suspended never were Leading Family Newspaperof
bowling alky and gymnasium. and never will be of the slightest value to FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla. '

Several lodge will make an appeal to the order.-Indianapolis Bulletin .
the supreme lodge, which meet on June The united tribes of New York will : Electric ..
Lights, Electric hells latbs.'COUllcle Scivkv. r
It for the adoption of an official buttonto give a monster picnic on July 1. Valuable Dade

be worn by Knlgbta of Honor throughout prizes will be given. Countj The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florid,.
the United State now
Illinois has a great council of the
Grand Dictator Funk of Kentucky is Degree of Pocahontas. There are 12 constituent Tale car at theUnioalUepotanda-kthetuu.lucrort.sGryalIii." taye '

determined that his term shall be successful I councils with a total membershipof I k
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The united German lodges of Brooklyn The Past Sachems' association of New

will"plcnlo" next August in their usual York has issued circulars soliciting aid Already THE SUN: is a welcome -
(Jasjant, hospitable way.I for the establishment of permanent headquarters .
and library in New York city. J. GliEfl G. ST Oti1Vl.

I t K.'.... of Prthla The increase of membership in the en- visitor to nearly ev- $ 1

The Rathbone monument at Syracuse tiro order for the past year has been about DEALER IN >--
Will be dedicated July 20, upon the occasion 10,000
of the meeting of the grand lodge of home in this section An f 4 TA ...
Mw; York Order of Star of Bethlehem. ery Groceries f
ana( <
1 Go right now-don't wait-go and geta The emblem of the order is a five pointed staple rancy I
certificate In the endowment rank. It star, and its objects are to unite in social and its attractive
U safe secure and costs about one-third of and fraternal bonds men and women many i
Grain and all Food
the price of old line insurance. of good character, regardless of their Supplies. I
convictions or religious belief, requiring -
political features
Louisiana has made a gain of about are bringing new
only that they believe in the existence
150 since Jan. 1; present membership the ruler and
of a Supreme Being COUNTRY
about 6,800B. governor of all things. recruits to its ranks each $
1 R. Potter U grand chancellor of Wisconsin
The order alma to provide systematic
and Frank Barry grand keeper of business plans for the financial assistanceof Always Fresh, Kept is S-otk. \

record*and seal its members in sickness or disability week. Your Patronage Solicited x[
and the burial of the dead.
The third annual review of the New To sx' ure to its members reliable medical 4.14 Vest) Palm Beach, f la. .

York state hive will take place as Geneva attendance on the co-operative plan is .., .. # .
one of the objects of the oruer.
loo June II.I
There an' two tent In Illinois with a
Bwrnbenhlp exceeding 1,000. Both are My.tle ShrUe.Moslem
1.023 and temple of Detroit is making JudiciousAdvertisers :
located Chicago-Apollo with ---- -- ------ -
for their visit to Buffalo
Bumbcldt with 1,006. great --:\,\I(1SSTlEET.:; .
to attend the imperial council Their
t The order of*the. Maccabees will be 18 journey to Butftdo in June will be by the I T II .
yeah old duo II.I new floating palace Moslem named in J h1Y: SPECIALTIES :
I Over'6,000 new members were added honor of the Detroit temple. J. THECORNER

'during April. The shriners in attendance at the imperial .. .
----- I council to be held at Buffalo will FANCY PAMII.Y G1U)CERIKS.
I I Vatl Bl :.'... and all
number thousands represent part
1 Reports from all the council through- of the United States dt CAUFOKN5A DRIF.P I kVITS
V shows the order to be In
>t Pennsylvania
,flourishing condition and the Increase In Golden Eagle. Realize this hence the free
iwewbiw hip will be larger than any pre- There are 88,117 Knights of the Golden GROCERY FRESH FKt'lTS AM> VW1F.TA-:
in Pennsylvania.Ladies
surplus In the benefit fund to rod- Eagle of the Golden Eagle are 8,105 use which they make of its
all death claims to July 1.

;I'eient to pay strong Mrs. Kate in Haines Pennsylvania is grand templar.105 temples. NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, COURTECUS[ Tf f AWE ffiT.
Malta.I its
I K.lakU ( colums and increasing ,
lawful for comnandory -
The question 0.1i" any
: to loan money to iu member Fraternal Legi ..... l'ronii Free Delivery on Roth Sides ofiW) I La Jjf'Jd. l
I under any eircumitanoair was answeredby The order has a total membership d popularity as an advertis-
the PwiuyKanla grand oouimandery I 8,000 in 13 states

with an wuphfttlo oegatlvai Since January there have been 150 applicants F. OLIVER Proprietor

j i The fuprww eommandery will conceal and two new camps have been ing medium. P .
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TilE, TROPICAL! SUN.. .f fiiirnera.justk nod common BEEF INVESTIGAtlON.; llB.If, R
L Bourn riptt" t'tadeCoaaQ.ntncu ,JI1 nda._ Hty nerve they to alwolutely did not have turn quite down! ,.

GOT HI t MKTCAtr.PVBUSIIIC Ewioa.H COMPAHT. propo+:ition designed to apprize the I I Military Tribunal Failed to and

property: owners and tax payers of Convict the. Trust.

g A'WT'AUlIUCJl.IAOI Ua" a.VUY TWMOAT COUNTY.,PLOHIOAmmipTKn Dade of what was being done with FURNITURE.All

the public monies. Pity it is that .m ,. .', .
NICe, '%.00 A YEAR.K .
detailed reports of their financial -- Kinds of Boat Goods.St
A1 O$* ._ -,+ .
.tm4 .t tW roatofitt ( ewueon.w
o Wnirala Bach
f w itcwd cl* t matter.TBCMOAT. operations have not been made public r. St *ra.Tl.var,Door,Mal s.4 fit**

i for the two However *. Geed Im Hraeat.SUlenTrmtk .. and
years paat.
JU.Y XO. 1888 All Kinds of Fishing Tatkto end Nportlng Juod--.
1\8 must be content that tbe time .. :IB tht Teattrasq of
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I tiaaoliae Stove11. Flame Cmact Oil Ilium.UliMware. ,
has come when"the light is turned Faithful OOerAr _t lUryFr .Lamp aDd Lanlei aa. Hatriwm HIM.' Rmdy Mined Plata

in" and with it will come.a marked I a*.tl.Ba Go br ".w.'*' .',X.t Merit.Coder tmaI Ord.n Ultra Pr..aapt A''"'.... II.I.r
bange iu the tactic* and methods of XUler. (

1 the cabal that have for so long mis- TJ e embalmed beef inTeatigatioo and -
its conclusion were a rarprise to the LhADING BUSINESS: FIRMS LEGAL NOTICES J j) R. POTTKK. M. POI
.ondncb'd the affair icdif-
County American people. Military tribunals in \..

I 'erent to the inter-eats of tax payers both the nary and army, although very Whose Cards Appear In this Paper : Iaa PALM BbUCH. fMV

i and defiant of the very law itwif. distasteful( especially when they take Classified Alphabetically. NOTWE

1 = The following is the second resolution \ jurisdiction cf any matter relating to s- nl'IC.I"\'f s,. l>.
referred to civil life.'were never regarded aa neces- In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit 1.a.

: sadly corrupt but the hope of Impartial ARCHITECT: of Florida,in and for Dade County SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
It was moved by Commissioner investiationa affecting jobbers or f D Brown, West Palm Beach /1" U4RCfry.
Rushing that the proceedings of will be indulged ., Eye ud Eu t'pttlolist.
politicians no longer --I
each meeting be pnblished in detail.' JOBS ClKJIER )
giving to tbe public a complete atate-i The concision of the meat trust investigation BANKING: YII, Vln Divorc-CroH BUI. 0111.-at 1'r4Jrxi'-ttattaln t'ettaae.at.r9

raent of moneys expended and such j la based upon the idea that I I Dade County State Bank, NANCY CABMEK) 1 1I

other business that may be tran- all who were compelled toed unwhole- West Palm Beach It appearing from the! affidavit of W. 1.Metcall. I A.T110.MA '()V.I1. U. t t&.
aactedbv this Board, said minntra' acme beef or starve were liars and all ...-- .solicitor for defendant. filed In the 1)I .
to be properly and offically sign those who were in a position to supply abuse entitled! cause,teat stare filing ok. bill
BARBERS Office: C'n>er I lrma by the chairman of this Board themselves with luxuries were truthful : aid complainant ha* Jell the I'onuty and
nML 6UH 'and the Clerk Upon taking The people were not prepared to believe Wm Schandt West Palm Beach State of Florida and that. ia hU 11l'1....f WEST PALM. arlltB.1LA.AHhia.bd.wsbra .
a vote, it wt moved and carried Milo Cooper West Palm BeachBICYCLES' aid John Caaiuer in a non-resfdeat of rather) Luw.bth.
that the beef trust magnates protrusion. .uM crow and btid.rruta a
that published in the Mate of Florida and that blot plaremldence .. .
any newspaper circumstances find lcUlty. Teeth retracted without |M|*
Dude County wishing to publish thee' could not under any : lit unknown to the affiant: and
tools and dependents who would prevaricate ulLc.lllllU' s W u.. at...... ....4. a.to .
mi lutes of the County Commission1era that the p1/1ln'IIr"I over 31 years of aw,and ll.i
,be furnished with a copy of said for sufficient Consideration. Geo S Adams West Palm BeachW th then U no one In tot State the stake

minutes free of charge, the Clerk to They supposed that the meat trust had R Mitchell West Palm Beach upon whom would bind the plaintiff, and

receive ten cents per 100 words for willing witnesses. equally with all ..' tbatthedrrndauthasflkda trowj blU and T. 1J.\\11:1..
THE U6KT TURNED ON. copying. other trusts and that it .would be no BOTTLING WORKS: answer hervla. I.J*

,Now that there is a minority OQ more difficult for the great;Chicago. C Castellano. MiamiBUILDING U u therefore urdrn-d that you John Cannier DE' TIlT.
of the last
\ApwuattI of tike minutes
:; : find witnesses :who ,do appear to the erotw bill and aa.r'r
t ftVttingtof DauVa onntj Commit *- the Board of sufficient strength to a4least \ combination to ... filed herein on or before CUt\. 1 iii.t. KIVkl.rU'KIUA. -atatj
would lie than it would be lot the ordinary
$uor ,B8 they appear on another hold the cabal in check; and railroad company in the case of SUPPLIES: August 7th, A. D. 1899, w

pajpof this will satisfy tbe inasmuch as their sessions! will he I collision. Bnt I military'tribunal has Chas Welshans Jacksonville being the first Monday In he mOl b. .\I.I.AC: U.Saectunr 3IU.sIg.
conducted under the eye and observation bund that everything connected with C'.eo Backer & Son, Charleston S C. It te further ordered that thl>order be published 11 ,
.' !tithe most unwilling aa to thet I ,
plod to A. W. ,.-,f.
of citizens who can look in the meat business is perfect, and every ODI"'eft for eight eouiII'l'utlvpweekll
tfrfritofabftolateaufairneaii and in op person having an interest in that conlection CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: prior to Mid 7tb day ot August A. D REAL blAh ..tll/nuuCl.

I {mike that baa bet1110 marked a them without traveling miles to an is pore aa an angel and every Franklin Sheen West Palm BeachDENTISTS Itt9. In Tat TKOPUL HtN. o ne,,npaperpnlilUhfd Agent for UVkt Pales Reach T..s a....... alsoWvM !
: In said County of Dade, state of Palm Brarfe W.tr Work
to be
fratarp+ of tbe operations of the out-of-the-way place present person who dislikes to eat rotten beef -.- Florida. :NOTARY Kg LIU
I Omail Av...... oar lrire./rs. .$.
THE 8nx predicts a radical chang in has some affinity with the devilThe
\ Board for ao long a time : U..1pn'l thU 111', day of June! 1899. 5-21.V1 wrist l'.im ikah. t1otr1d. -
methods and procedure. question is. "Bow have military I [Sloal.] A. FUUIMBY.CUrkClrrnlt .
And right here it U proper,thought tribunals been furnished with the kind D A Thomason. West Palm Beach
the light is turned L T Daniel Cocoa
perhaps. u&OKMaar.v to MJ that in Verily on. of spectacle ,that can see no good in ... .I. METCALF Solk-Itor fur Defendant.! FAUN 8HE2N. CKa O. HCTU5B t

:I >f oar eofflue&uoa the official record honest soldier and no ,truth' in the IFFY & UUTLKIt.
of tbs D.Mird bare reference testimony of faithful officers, and can .
,' we only shade trees lining them, attractive see everything perfect in the stock jobbing E H Dimick, West Palm Beach NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED- SURVEYORS AND CIVIL UflJIEUI.
tn thorn mtmbrra on it whoa method .. Ofi<* at WCM Mm tteMk
It not be -- .
hornet built for'I18le or rent, local, fraternity may easy Land legal .ub-dl'io..... nail fur
hone teen inch aa to ocraaion telephone exchange and main linn to account for all this, but we do know DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: Notice I bereb glv nthatauperaonabav.. Binned heletllnf! adtrMllaxlaktU.mtft. lufaU

u..ja4renrnre of every falr-mlollt'd that Shatter jumped from the bottom Thomason & Brown, West Palm Beach log any demand again: the Estate of J a nit* tog a. fal
local el> aaa correct work .a..wM. Ailr
cttittoof the County wbo baa been : outlying towns q; : of his profession to the top. It ia njt- Mrs J Frank, West Palm Beach C. KlE ley, dwtaned, are hereby notified t tric light and acetylene gas plants gested that General Merritt I. espect- Cut SchrebnicU, West Palm teach present themto tI..uodt-lco I.duty otbea-- tJun. MuaaadhissI'rlMs.iLowrt frt.e .
Baavitf atwiiN of their procedure. splendid stores, comfortable hotels, Ing to supplant General Mile There .., tlcated. within the time nwcribed by .law,or ... WEST PALM BEACH ru. 11-7-W3
thin notice will be pleaded in bar of
Erertinct Cummboioner Rushinghtabtea railroad and steamboat lines qnd ia no doubt that if Sampson had been FERTILIZERS: ntoverj
beefrtarured of the And all person owing said estate are required KOUGE S. ADAMS
a number of the Board called although none ,objectionable ,
such like evidences of up-to date e-iv. in be Wm A Bours& Co Jacksonville to male humPdlatepaYlueDt to ate
... to out tbe meat was used the1'navy Little Bros. 3EORGE LAI.NHAKT.
f carry ,
iliiation, the town of West Palm wonld have given his testimony as Deputy Supreme Comm&ndtt
Executor! the Estateof
pnlirr of hit predPcereor, Commie;r Beach, although,: but six years old readily aa Shatter that every pound of 55'--- James C. Kiailry. KNIGHTS OF THE MACCA'EfI

uhmr'r Taarr., I Iq considering. every feels justified putting on some airs: meat was of the best possible quality FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE: Went Palm !Beach Fla. For the Stati tf florid

q.tiltIOA before the BiMrd strictly because no one has yet :attributed to Brelsford Bros Palm Beach Thin twenty-sixth day of Janr'ary.A.D.
**. favors Wallace R Moses West Palm BeachFURNITURE ttol99 1,36901T will Institute Tent aa.T vhH..la tWXtal..
ors It. merit. aDd without personal Sampson a want of gratitude. For Information add,....
: U t he name of one them to even if be was a little bard on ass
come .
orpntitloil blat or prejudice: ;'pndl forceful and best edited -- JEOUUK II. ADAMS idOLMLNOLK
>*| publications Scbley for furnishing him a TtctOl'111pem : !
1\.1,9 W
ow t Palm Beach,ITurUa.
.b enone be baa had to follow /inE it bas ever been our pleasure wblch to'build his; ep tatioAlonK'ai'the / D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville 'I ..NOTICElItlr _

o hlilled E until the 'whwi of 'tim? administration exec
p to_read It is published by Oliver H.
daeaaiwill uir poster, yfcicbthe lawbaatrot GRAIN AND / Circuit Court of the Sfi-enth UAUliRU S11UI.
Web_U Mid to rl broatit to hili aid aomoltb"w,. tIfQhlbit d."b t doei.pfd confer, Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville i:. ;: dicta Circuit, Dade CountyIhrida..
philanthropist, and i is edited by of promoting favorite*for political services In Chancery. Will Scbatult, Proprietor.
:blood''l long needed, in the person thai well'known anil'vigorous writer. conrt'martiala will decide as the 5S5HARDWARE--- ( Formerly Hotel Royal roUdaat

of CnamlaaioDfr McDonald from I executive de iree. It is too.great a : MBS. tortes Kar.cavs.
to AIf ..H'l1ry"" 1ewa.; It Is a cartoon ;
the Lemon dUtrict and it isran strain on ordinary human future to U E Grnber West Palm BeachHOTELS Bill t.. Only White Barber In the Tutus.
Qty ; illustrated! weekly of the size of Puck :ass Sums A.S ELL A.VDIk } Forerlrse
rfeht. that new epoch in Ddd '.. call upon them in the capacity ofwit, -.. VINO B. S.SEL1, AND Yortjlap
and Judge, selli for ten cents and nesses or M members of a court martialto JlHTlt CHANCELLOk. Were Palm reach Floridapnv
....d...... beata. Here it U that :
should, be read by every,enemy of the swear or decide themselves into
It the wo dad our text we lee "tb giant trusts the Verdict so valiantly oblivion. They are not likely to do it. The Earman House, West Palm Beach To Mrs, Susie A. Snell and Irving B. Sun, oAitnKit suoi(
Nht tamed 01." and the spectacles through which they Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach add Jstus Chancellor Greeting: It appearingfrom
combats: It is on sale at Idner'snews 10'the administration The Travelers, Jacksonville the affidavit of W. L Metralf. elicitor for
enaMomio bat can see everything
heist );, at and. said complainant, filed in the above entitled 1"1' Klrrrt.MILOVOOr,
,. Sir. McDonald baa hAd to a a s and everything wrong .5JEIVELERS' cause',that. you__are_n each,___uf ,von nnmrpciripntc___ _______._of__
to everybody ewe are furnished! by me : the State of Florida and that in his belief rude .
hat OBI or two meeting uf 6oq.tf >ER.I rB>..
executive who according to
ALL MEN HAVE A PERFECT RIQHT to promote Idner & Son. West Palm Beach.LAUNDRY A. Snell and Irving B. Snell are residents of
r the Board to aatiafj himself that beHd their personal opinions on all questions political services and not according to 30 South Seventh street Minneapolis State of

h sot owe to be a party to thSt .. material, speculative, religiousand military merit.-Chicago Chr icla. ---s f Minnesota,and that Justus Chancellor a resident To Rent by the Hour or Day.
.* na'DbW' methods and nhfairprocerHH : of Chicago Cook county, Illinois,and that
l lF, r political. ,Bat has a man a right MILITARY RULE Wo Kee, West Palm BeachLAWYERS you are each over the age of twenty-one yean,1 ONLY NEW BICYCLES tf TOM*.
that Three"fonaerl
F 1 theBiff to set his political views above thoseof and that there is no one iu this State upon

i i ( / the "81<< Four") bare ao I the party to whose freed he professes Preia Ceaavrahlp Mar spread and _f_ I whom legal service can be made in your behalf; Next Door North of Tropical SUM Block

t tag tad art happily eojojed. It was Maesle Hesse .ew..n.. : il U therefore ordered that you do apper r to W. R. MITCHELL,
allegiance and to this bill of filed in said
yet expect complaint cause on orbefore
t at this point that Mr. McDonald de dictate and control its deliberationsand There ia no free press in Por.to RicaThe W I Metcalf, West Palm Beach the Proprietor.
military dictator baa put a curb on
Frank W Pope,Jacksonville
poled to iota Mr. tubing in an effortto police after plunging the traitorous It. 3e baa told it what to publish and AleE St Clair-Abrams Jacksonville 7th Day of August, A. D. 1899

font U poariblf, fair dealing/by, knife in ita vitals? This is a what to exclude. It must reflect the -,- the same being legal rules day. LIGHTWOOD POSTS

tlw Board and proper publicity of it a question well worth careful and military government instead of the pea It u further ordered that this order be published '
To thUrod CommUaionpr ple. It seems that our oBcera find the MEAT MARKETS: ouce a week for four consecutive week

dlniaga. prayerful consideration on the part I I Spanish method preferable to any other A B Otwell, West Palm Beach prior to Hid 7th day of August. A.D.1899! ,in ..WANTED...
fiottsinff and McDonald Introdored of Dade County Democrat, There' I for the government of conquered prov Will Whidden THE TROPICAL Sex a newspaper published in
and aapt-orted two revolutions, the ia in Dade County and Stale of Florida. ,.,
U more than one case in point to, he laces If a free press prohibited -.-
tat of which. read aa follows: the provinces how long will It be before Ordered this 3d day of July X 0.1899. /1 Liglitwood Posts. 5 feet
uronght out at the time.
/ proper MUSIC HOUSE: [Sell] A. X. QCIMBV, 00
Moved bv CoamiislAner Rushing, militarism will suppress it at Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Ha. long, not lees than 4 In.
eau M H
that inaam CB awe have more than borne ,Some people claim that the press Lndden & Bates' Jacksonville. W I. METCALF.Soicitor: for Complainants ches diameter al small end. flow
.M Democratic paper published in THOSE UOLD DEMOCRATS WHO ia not free in our cities; that iII owned ... ... fig!) much will furnish same loaded
UM Count, .order to treat all iaImpartial slaughtered their party nominee and controlled by ,somebody and NOTARIES PUBLIC: you
on car on line of Fla. East lo.; .tRyM
a Buaaer we paaa the must eapresa: no opicicn contrary to
in 06 by attaching themselves to Palm Beach
Covaty printing from one to another W R Moses, West south of Tilusville. Write to
the wishes of its masters That is
be the the Prtlmer-Buckner-McKinley bandwagon par Guy I Metcalf West Palm Beach PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
clad that ao paper gin ea j r nt tially The daily have been
tins papers
tag mac than one ye ir la aucceksionja / are now falling/ over each tUb owned -.-
long u thirsts more than one bought: a price. They are Wallace R. Moses
fepMutbl Democratic paper pnb- other in the mad rush to get back by a trust. a ring or a politician. NURSERY STOCK: \V I. METCALF ,

Rated{ la the County. into party lines before nominating There ia hardly) an exception to this John B Beach, West Palm Beach WEST PAIR BEACH, FLA.
but they are free just the same lot ATTORNEY. AT. LAW.NOTARY .
It fair. nindHian
Would occur to any conventions and primaries are held. ,It
there ia nothing to prevent them Belling PUBLIC.Will ,
that official" '* entrusted. with Hen in Dade fare -
they better. As a out again to a higher bidder. PHOTOGRAPHER: practice in County.Male: and Federa! 1 1

tb* dteboraeotent' of the tax paye...' reward for their political treachery So far the government baa Dot attempted J B O'Donoghue, West Palm Beach Court LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. Anadvertisement -1j

0nnb' wouU' l bare the fait to Ullo| thee itf them were continued on the to muzzle the home news _f_ Office TKOPIIAL Srx Block,

pale ewh a fair, Impersonal l pniposl- Board of County Commissioners (two paper.. but in imperial at the present methods rate it will of progression not PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: West Palm Uvach. Dade County. Florists .

flop a. the shove And yet Com- of them are there now) by Dade
be very long before there is a censor at R B Potter. West Palm Beach inTHE
mltt loners Lainlwrt. Pitta and Shone County Executive Committee and home aa well aa abroad and if a post II C Hood 1\.LEX St. CLAIU-ABUAMS.

Toted amia the rwolutlon which another was sent to the Legislature.How master dcesn't like our articles he will N S Burnham 'I ATTORN Y-AT-IAW, SUN tb
fvoridrd, simply fc*a fair and equal will it be in 1900 be allowed to suppress our newspaper.In I *.- JACKSONVILLE, Fu.
that The Nonconformist will
JlTtfdon! of the public (he. tau case PINEAPPLE PLANTS: will
patronage Practice ia all the Circuit CourU, State audFed'ral.
not have long to live and it will soon .
tween the. papers. wtgaged in advancing NEAHLY A YEtI ADO so THE SUN be bunting for a handsome tombstone G C Matthams West Palm BeachRESTAURANTS 12.111-U8. bring results

'''* mlla.rlltlaDd public Intertwtarf in informed the property 'ownt'fl' and a pleasant grave.-Nonconformist |I I -"._.

< Dii'te. and its property owoera.Ttvo along the Lake north of this town I I : & 1IUOUME, and will II
if to their de subscribed a-Thousand G.ra* Killer Wanted.The Beach lOl.l !
a* emphasis nearly Dollars Will Melton, West Palm

r mutation. to place the monopoly I in money and labor- towards the returned wires tell to ns Washington that the presidentbaa entirely It. A 110RNEr8.A -LAW, bring 'em quiQk1'

I ..tf Ibr. Calk patronage in tbe h.tndataf construction of a public road of rockor I cured of nicotine poisoning.l The Al :!i RETAIL GROCERS: ST. Al'Gl'STJ-iE" FLA. Just try it.

Ik*to wiling atm, that for three shell, as an incentive to secure thfi gerine. Hannaice and Philippine germs L W Burkhardt, West Palm BeachJ S-i-99

year .bar al iblrreti over them to operation of the County Commisi ilioners. in his system, however seem to baffle D F Oliver Maihis,,West West Palm Palm BeachJ Beach .

their delight and evervl odv'e eWdt As yet tbe Commissionershave all efforts to dislodge them.-ColumbniPressPost Glen G. Strohm, West Palm Beach IT C. HOOD SU D, t I

.na', the -Big Thrw' propond I(I done nothing-at least I I I .- .. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON GEO. H. MALTBY

and adopted, nathe official paper fort pushed nothing. Bid it been accom.I'I *' 1..1"... ..u.... SHOE REPAIRING: ,

.*enaoing year the same sheet that plank road and the work Wits That message v to congress'in which W R Mitchell West Palm Beach Office and Resilience near Royal PolnrianM ---DEAU.K IN- 1

Mir aerved their purpose for the past done by the "CommianioneM Cliqin*' McKinley defined "criminal '..ggrea1l0D" -,.- Hotel PALM BEACH. 131)8
could not of course be sent to Household
twti esrritn'lthiainthefaceoftheirded.ratlun and the material was to have tWit Furniture
the Philippines in the mail Under the STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: D. BROWN Office
made in open wwinn furnished by a firm of, which the present dispensation it would be seditions Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co T.

two pur ago that 'therpropoed Chairman of the Board U a member. matter.-Commonwealth. Jacksonville ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. --- -- -

to font the printing around." To THE: SUN would have guaranteed; to Wits I I I -.._ Plans au'IIpt'"lfteallonllln'J'a/\'ll.
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TAILORING: Jobbing "ork gl>en prompt attrntkm alp Funeral
iris. propnaiUoa MNKn.Runhing and those interested tax'pavers and contributom Supplies
The struggle renewed day after day Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm Beach on Datura 8tn'l't.SubSCribe t tA
MrDuoafd Toted la tatt negative. that the work would have to acquire the means of maintaining ..

Ths wvwd rvenlutton was a l':tt .r been under way in less than thirty physical life cannot be called living. SPEC IALTY. J.

I p1l 1 I. hat they brad to swallow it, f.. days from applit'ation. Thus it is in Only after his bodily wants are supplied TRANSPORTATION LINES: ,

MI3, pP tJwIt dv'faut's vi trerll1plrtt : I be great State of Dade. and begin leisure to live has,-Q.been C given Clemen him can man Ocean Ky S S,Jacksonville Co, Jackson.ilJeFEe for THE SUN West Palm Beach Fla 1

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llaar: Capitalist Aulcai t ItvMt y Bat th* "D. trar City ar DtV ?.u.e. .
I-l for CamwareUI roth.laa Cam.TM ferca-for Blm. LACK FIRST PRINCIPLES: -: OF HIGHWAY.. With LCM Strata,s. Han**. "Tons Hall had -got ralSiloa."_ Ta rwaa .

of the doubt it TktB.'.r. waa
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CONSTRUCTION. Recently a correspondent
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There should be great comfort to Capt Stewart M. Brice son of tbi ** '
She Tried on Two Occasions Intelligent people of Cuba' in the spectacle late Calvin 8. Brice, was ooe of the J' ______ Springfield (Mass.) Republican expressed public property la ttt prtUatiotu Uttto :;; -

: of the capitalists In rivalry for most popular officers on Major- CellShatter' CoadUiaaa'tVnleh. Est.,'I. PrtIaa the belief that "there is no legislation Nevada town. '

p. ltof Capture the Place commercial footholds upon their tat staff at Santiago according of x.... Carolina. Te.escee'd that is likely ever to take place Herutgnedhuzposltioaudayihift

Without Success. and. The syndicates are forming to to the Chicago "Record." Georria-\a lIIpt to Avoid HIIU.iaa .. I that will 'benefit the farmers and the behind UM bar of tU -*. PaUce,"

control this, that and the other Industry Capt Brice was a strong-ppholder-oi it;;. Matt,tie ......... traveling public as much as a law requiring as.atwasaolongerkepttorhlmitDonovan's
Vast sums are being raised to ei- the volunteers. He carried on Ion dls broad tires on ''team wagons." and U he drank

AN INTERESTING TALE. plait plantations and factories to 'run cushions with the regular army otlcen In tha moro settled portions of the Be might have gone further and included at all It t uti. but llttl
: railroads conduct various llaes of en. and ol hv .
declared the mainstay of the arm) '
United t .the demand for good among the beneficiaries the teamsters Secretly his private views on saorslibe.awnop&rtleuluharuilatMga
terprise, develop mines, operate steamer was the volunteers. One night Jusibefore
roads has produced within the past five from whom cornea the oppositionto .1' still rather ircad aad liberal.
- route, and so on through a count the Seventy-first New Yort wet a
: Lack cf Harmony Between Army of commercial activity which Is certain Volunteers bad been brought to th years astonishing< results. ThroughoutNew such legislation says the Boston

and Navy CausedtheFirst to regenerate the Industries ot front,_and while they were.rncampeo Englandthe middle_ Atlantic Transcript in comment The absurdity drink at proper intervals, Ilb

_; Cuba and more than restore her former on the Siboney trail Capt Brice ano states and in the larger cities and farming of spending hundreds of thousands of when the deal fair, and obell
Attempt to Fail. prosperity. The Island b unquestionably Dr. Goodfellow rode back, to.-Sibonej dollars for improved highway and do tha
districts the the old in a moderate of
I : of west country
fertile and IU pat
productive. from Gen. Shafter's headquarters. OL ing nothing to prevent their being cut

-. Ml Tears Later tke Callaal Captala D Bt mineral wealth has never been fun, Imeuurcd. the way Capt. Brice held forth al turnpik-and the side hill cart path are to pieces by narrow tired wheels is !u 'nroU provided by tat

Warn OmrMBttoa aad Wat Bepriaiaadcdj All of Its opportunities for great length on the American volunteers being rapidly replaced by wtll constructed obvious that it hardly needs more than towninthesagebuib.In ,
culture and productivity have been and particularly on the SeVt'ntt.flNt roadways of stone. We have short Tom was mote converted to
Aavlral Ka..&.*-ae.t HMM U Die- mere mention to make itself manifestto
more or less handicapped by the pressure New York. While In th? heat oi not yet come to that millennial stage Miss Dawson taaa he was thi
p. -.... KB**!.. Fall** .. r.u.. and the dullest Intellect. One of two. ,
of Spanish mlssovernmtnt ,, the talk the challenge "Haiti Wbc
shall be around
; ,..... ..... roads graded things to be done either then church
Va Kb ,AtvaaUf E.* the danger of frequent insuri ectiona. goes there?' came out of the darknmIt every bill and carried gently through : ought oa the hill u was aatur

T la tile capture of Santiago-de Cuba Now the prospect is chan t.1. and the came as a surprise, for ilu eueaj steep passes of the mountains. but no should be no more money appropriatedto al. proud of its new number, bat
America ha succeeded where Great men of wealth competing In lively was miles to the west awl bet..L'ftthem roadmaking or there should be legis-
traveler'can deny that the new movement Dawsoo felt
Britain failed on two occas'ons. The fashion for the chance to spend money and the place whence the challenge lation to preserve good roads after they prdl. '
j 4 flntt attempt was made In 1872, and and to make money in consequence. came were two division -of -the for, butter road accommodations have been made. One Sunday the pastor aaaoeacfti

-j-f failed because of lack of harmony between The latest effort is to secure r ntrol of American army. But Goodfellow and baa already- achieved much that it beneficial !- By the substitution of the broad for that it was very desirable that thchurch t

\1ceAd1l11ra1'ernon and Central the tobacco factories along with great Brice drew rein Immediately. for It fa the narrow tires heavier loads than b provided with a new o .

Wentworth commanding the Joint areas of tobacco lands Following the not safe to be "11I11II)" on a dark night _,-t To.,show!. however, that there still are now possible could' be carried. and He proposed that the fund fo tltl par- t -

DUal and army forces. The expedl- present tendency the projects in this with an Inquisitive sentinel remains a vast field for workers in the with'less strain the animals that poaebereallsedinawayaovellotkst -
'i-t: direction now on foot are of the trust "Friend* and officers!" cried Brice. upon
lion sailed from Jamaica July 1. line of the amelioration cf highways. 1 furnish locality at least The members tk.
and cotuUted of eight ships of the sort, with the main Issues between "Advance officer and be Identified.: will describe in part eome roads over the motive power. for there! ia o

Ua, 13 frigate, and about 40 transports American and English capital It Brice slipped off his horse and which .it was lately my misfortune to not nearly so much friction to overcome congregation' were Indhel to

with 3,400 land forces. The fleet ought! to matter little or nothing to the stumbled forward over the rough trail travel, writes of The where the wheel, though
auoborwl In Walu-nham Harbor Cubans In their present plight whetherthe to where a picket of the Seventy-first correspondent ground space, rolls upon the surface the performance of a 1"lc o by U*
L A._ .Bulletin. The extended
july mile by land from Santiago de money which Is to rvstoT the In-- New York stood with the business end .. journey then when it sinks into the earth be- manufacture or sale of sottethlag ta

Cuba and Vice Admiral Yernon was dustrial prosperity of the Island comes of his Springfield looking Brice In the ..a distance_ _over..600 miles over the cause of its narrowness. We do not understand I expensive and afterward the dlffertat .

: to sort of ..uc.'t.'l'IIIIhat be changed the from one side of the Atlantic or the eye. The Identification ovei Brice wuaesi pan or t&e cine mage.. that there ia any scientific objection the various
name of Waltenham Into that of Cumiwrlaad. other. Americans would naturally prefer mounted and resumed: One naturally looks for primitive to wide tires. Wherever they to o given which ia upene proa

compliment>nt to hla royal to see the bulk of the trade "Now. there's an example of what 1 conditions in so thinly settled a regionas have been tried, they have vindicated teed r considerable b amusementTom

klgli&eas the duke. The Spanish fleet chances controlled by othera than said. There stood a young volunteer.. that of..western North Carolina eastern -
themselves. Tte rock in the ia the
; was at Havana and there was nol' Cubans-by American capitalists. But He was taking no chances. lie knew Tennessee and northern Georgia.A way Hall went t his rooms .a gays
gpaalsk army at Santiago de Cuba. from the Cuban point of view the mat- almost a whole army was between him lack.biiwever. of the first principlesof immediate cost of exchanging narrow the subject deep and profound cud -

f Tne troops \\ere disembarked, and ter is of relatively slight lortance. and Spaniards. But he knew his highway construction such alone tires for wide ones. Sorely this passing eratloa. The following night be .
The fact remains that here come men duty and he did It. Would objection ought not to prevent the
k began their march apdnut the object a l'I'guLu""Halt seems to pas- ished the players at Dnona', *fara
.f attack uuly tour days' distant andS of means and executive ability used : Who comes there?" sees exhibited..there.' scarcely sage of legislation which ia the natural tables by walking into place aaftdronnin
be in close and be- '
B oVtachnw-nt of 1.V Americans and to _handling_ large enterprises anxiousto "Friends and offlcersr_ replied _Brice. 4----expected_ ..:.:.:a,'._a_region L' 1:__: ... _by:l..1 __.:I sequence of the acts appropriating money Int his old seat lie at U ;
:,.- hire armies or laborers, to DUIUI rae- ""Advance one of and be Identified. Iwvvuc 'f uua uura ui aiuuau BUU -
; got aa far M the village of Elleguava, you for state highways. If it cannot be
bought $Z5 of red white tad blue
whose Jits are few hours distant ,
from the tories and railroads and estat !lsh communities only a r
but falling to get nupport had ,in any other way it would be a
main body returned to camp. In the In the Interior and upon the -Yon go this time. Goodfellow. from cities of the Atlantic sea saving to the commonwealth to indemnify chips.
}' tDMiitlme Veruon blockaded Santiago, coast starting an endless chain of baying So the doctor slid off his horse,and board.: the of for the Tha first deal and Tom had loat At

awaiting with Impatience ni-wa from and selling and tending coin Into groped forward. Nine tImes did the In_no portion of our long journey was, which owners wagons of tire would expense the end of the second be bought aaotk
; troD the army General Wentworth the meanest hovels on the Islands. twain in turn dismount prove their there an instance_ an attempt to lesson a er stack of chlp to which kt aoo*

< frittered lits time away until October With capital in abundance eager: for Identity and mount again before they the labor of climbing a hill by cans- put them to.ROAD. added a thid

5. when be notified the Admiral of his openings. and confident that -Insular passed the lines of the Seventy-first ing the road to. swerve from its direct he drew from pocket .
conditions will remain stable under New York. The regiment ha1 In- INSTRUCTION. NochalDtir '
doubi about being able to do anything gone
Almost the toads a The
further, and after waiting aome time the temporary guardianship of the to camp along the road and pickets course. go 11r handierble. IVf.a
; IB the liunh and mountains the army United States. It will be but a short were posted every few hundred feet straight up and straight down the bilk Harvard aad Colambla t a T.aeh dislodged a let b4 br
iv-mbarked November 20 and returned time before Cuba will bloom as a gar. and each picket challenged the two In many places it is possible to see the Practical Raadmaklac. which fell to the "or. was a Bbl

to Jamaica without bating ac- den. This result will be the more officers. ridge of ,a steep hill BO sharply defined No subject at the present time ia so I a present from UU Dawtoa. H

eouiplWied anything except losing a : certain and speedy of accomplishment "This 'do your duty or die' policy Is in the road that the wagon rests easilyon worthy of discussion by all classes of. picked It up hurriedly, Intending t

lot of men from fever. The blpa were I If by American government enterprise altogether too unanimous" sId Brice the apex its front wheels' on one our citizens as that of good roads It replace I In his pke when LL.'f'bpp

: thus forced to haul off from Santiago the sanitary conditions are Improved after reaching Siboney and thereafter slope its hind wheels on the other. In appeals to the merchant miller lumberman. fall vent
the are drained the he had less to about the volunteers. t Ul o 1
aDd the Cuhanu were left to ponder'over swamps say nearly every such case the road mightJUDljBB farmer road
the Incomprebenxlre conduct 'of cities are cleaned and the DCRU of Tel- :__8 __ __n '-___ t.___ __ ------i: 4k.. ; driver. bicyclist Opll pe: -
WCil U.TO IftXU 1UU BIUUUU MIC ana alike. are 'U interested was wnea tat saw
the British troops, and !finally came to low fever and smallpox are reduced as 0.. of ebl.v*. Mae.ti. pedestrian They -A4 I 1 king
base of"the hill often with
the conclusion that the lan
been made without hontile Intent. i of common sense science and a little First Lieutenant of the Bem-cla and less labor of construction. to say. there is a vast diversity of opinion that aha obtained favor la his sight;

'Tb second fiasco was six years later Instructive forcing by the authorities.Th hint good old tub was cruising throughthe It must be conceded that the natureof as to the best methods of construction and the king held ot to Esther lbs

when lU-ar-Admlral Knowlee, with Straits of Sunday, thirty years soil which prevails throughout the in various localities.. We note with golden apt that was la his U. ,

ten Ihl.... carrying 443 guns and 3- Hawaiian (UrLNo i ago a native bumboat man broughtan southeastern' states from Maryland pleasure that the noted universities of chapter 8. verse 1

f0 turn, proceeded on April 5 to.at- happier-natnred girl exits In the orang-outang aboard. The orang.sooth to the ,Florida line in such as to Harvard and Columbia are alive to the Without the slightest htsititlca
tack Rantlago. A> the Hquadroa outang was a natural born'sailor and .
of the
approached -
importance question. k
whole world than she who claims Hawaii gathered together every bet bad '
the narrow Inlet to the harbor he made himself so at honvi with the .
Columbia has taken
her home. The native Ha- university a stepin on the board and them '
fort upon
Captain Dent. who as junior officer rigging and running gear of the Ben. pl
wailans are above all a good tempered, the right direction by establishing a Within turns kt Ut
led IB the 1'Ilmouth-olwnt'd that eeia on his first visit aboard that he queen woa.
the gnaalah had been DO discourteous light-hearted pleaaure-loving race. caught Schley's eye-and Schiey's eye department in practical roadmaking. in allowed Ut winnings t remain OB tat

aa to lay a boom across the entrance The Jolly Hawaiian maid cannot be when he was thirty year's younger connection with the engineering and 'card ane' tkt qeeea won. Ones

with four vetwels moored within It, called good-looking but her pleasantness wasn't a bit leas discerning than It is mechanical work of the ..university. Don aJ and after a II.

r two of which apiieared to be fire ships. characterizes the face and tenders now. Schley asked the bumboat man Scientific roadmaking has reached apiiit bet of turns ft.qaeea taowtd.ja the

The cautious captain correctly con.hctured It attractive. to name his figure for the orang-ou of such importance especially here'inJhe box. -

that these obstructions were She usually of good height; and has tang. The bumboat, man. thought a east; that.,the necessity of adequately -

faced to dissuade any attempt on the a well-developed figure. Her skin is dollai would be about right *nd when C testing the road, materials available While t..eh balag tb.S.4 -

part of the British to force an entrance of reddish-brown color and her hair Is the Benecia picked up her anchor to, in different localities baa'suggested fo the lut 46 stealthily opu I "

and<< calling a council of his offireri. black. She la, by nature, imitative so resume her cruise the orang-outang' 'U. the establishment-of departments devoted the littlt cow 1Ieil his l J

they agreed with him that the it has been very easy for her to gain remained on board and became, to all peeped late It Ht read:

kip would be exposed to great dan- knowledge from her surroundings, and Intents and purposes, a member of the .. to'hi. purpose connection. the ehllOta of Israel tka3
advancement she has tande from with educational institutions. Harvard, "Fr
1"'. the crew says the.Washington Star. :.- without
The gallant Captain Deit and the coming In contact with the whites who "The orang-outang hadn't been 1- however, is the only other ,universityso many a'kro

other hauled off and retnrnjd to Rear- have controlled the island baa been aboard the Benecia two days before far that does work of this sort. It ia sea. chapter I. verse t

Admiral Knowlea. explalnlrj why very great. his keeper the chief bo's'n's mate. understood that students taking the Te king was ImmeI"1 eppptr4

they bad returned. The Chief Com- The Hawaiian Jirlls eductrtd In the rigged up a regular bluejacket's ham- engineering course at Columbia will a huge stack thlp .

marnler was furious and wrote a complaint Government schools, provided at different mock for the thing and Torkchops' hereafter have an opportunity to re-: In due coarse I'1& twkt U

to the Admiralty against Captain places throughout tha Islands slept In It Porkchops learned his hammock SITJNO KOAD 8CRNL ceive instruction in practical roadmak. succession, and .pile bame 1 for

Dent and on the latter' return to and run at the Government expense. number Schley gays, within a' ; (L. A. W. Bulletin.] ing. which is a line of education that mldbl as to engross tl. attfetiom

England be was court-martialed, but The English language: 1* usually week and when the call to get ham render real building no easy task. The baa not heretofore been offered. -

honorably acquitted. Itear Admiral taught: In fact the Hawaiian language mocks out of the netting went forthIn prevailing material is a sticky clay. and o'n.al hncevsr.. ._ ,intI.u.5_..__. fit micataTdii'y ..
--- -
Knowle later on found the Spanish la dying out There are now but the evening Forkchops would pick the predominant color is brick red. The PrUva ...Ite.. ea Raaat. and ; ;
fleet between Tortugas and Havana I three Hawaiian schools upon the Isl his own out of the bunch unerringly material is finely divided. and ia cut feat
aad gave battle, reuniting In the Dona every time carry It below to the berth with In a recent address before the Single his Bible witot mkal any effort

loalng several ships and the remainder and.The chief talent possessed by the deck where he slung and rigged the: The astonishing solid bedrock.ease by running in water.the Tax club of Chicago Judge John Gibbons to conceal Jut read froa

belnjt forced to flee. Know leg failed Hawaiian girl la for music. Some of hammock to the correct billet every especially said: Er. chapter C. verse S:

to follow up his advantage and he waa them have compost but their music time without fail unlashing it anti getting more hilly portions, lies at a depth ofoS "Though I differ from you respecting .. and let the

- subsequently court-martialed and censured will never become popular, m It is as it ready for occupancy himself. feet or more beneath the surface of the vital principle underlying the rightof tktrtto bt strongly UU; foldUO bight

but In the meantime the fleet narrow as the small sphere in which At all hands In the morning Schley' the'soiLIif property and stability of tenure. 1 1 thereof threescore cubits, aid lbs

, was generally demoralIzed. charges they live. says, the orang-outang 'ud lash up his the South mountain district ofNorth esteem it a great honor to have been breadth thereof tkreetcort

and counter-charge were made by the The ex-Queen possesses considerable hammock and have it In tht nettings Carolina I have seen holes 15 feet invited to address you this evening. 1 I ftblU C

several captains and there were more musical ability and some Hawaiian before the rest of the bhiejacLets in depth and of a size to accommodatea will that I would the sale With three rows of great stoats

trouble. than prize money to the officers songs and instrumental pieces composed (counting Torkchopa as a Muejacket) cart and yoke of oxen. worn in 'the of say article prohibit which "That means the trey, sure." bt said
and crew. ber had would be through rubbing t''elr any or commodity ia to hloaftU. pushed a big to
quite the eyes.
by vogue on road during the course of a few days ofheavy the product of convict or prison labor. &b L
Then Schley ,
says Torkcbops got to w&rd'thecard.
Island. It has been prophea'ed that
That Manila IUUI. Hrnhfait.it be rains. The greatest care is necessary whether manufactured here else-
Hawaiian music will become a fad a valuable seaman when the ship or "Is that Hoylt yon there. Torn?"
may be recalled that at a certain wag cruising. He mastered : in driving over such roads, as thapits'have where. Good roads and clean streets lo
the are
with for the native running
us. songs: ere plaintive the unable
asked lookout toagcfto
of the battle of Manila Admiral often say
stage projecting rim. which
. and weird-much like those gear in no time, and-of course, vital questions. which engross the at-
iVvey withdrew hla fleet for breakfast sung the Benecia serves! to effectually conceal them fromvjeW'Drivin.except I conceal his curiosity
by the negoea before the Chll War, was one of the oldtimewindjammers tention of our citizens. It occurs to me
Breakfast at leant has better book than
uauallybeen "Nope; a lloyta.-
-when there in full daylightis
the full notes being much In (vldence.Th was heavy that the building of good roads by
held accountable for th.it pause In "You playln a system out of
weather his services In going aloft cTeirry impossible. 1
prison labor will solve and put to rest Itr
the fight says lIa.r's Weekly. It Is I I and shortening gall were sara Schley, It is daring rain that the mountain of these "That's what I was the IUletu
liu-kilght. disturbing questions. ,
stated now that the real cnnse for worth those of five many
any men of theship's roads give the traveler his full share of ply.
drawing off was that the Olympia bad Home manufactured rushlights and
company. You Just ought to occupation. There are no bridges. butthe.tmall Way F.......'. Road Are lie... The went on. but it was
fifteen left for rae
wily projectiles her In
big constant
candles were u* by the hear of the number of times I'ork- 1
puns, and that as soon as the fleet got : Scotch peasantry. Boiled animal fat chops Bared the Benecia and the lives ; creeks are crossed by fords I. One reason that France has the best long before Tom's remarkable tea o

' around the point a new apportionmentof t' gave the required tallow: and the same of the whole ship's company thereof and the rivers by ferries. .After a very toads in the world is found in the luck came to a clow. This greatly aa.

ammunition was made and thentAt green'rushes as were used 'or cruisle by getting In the big spread of canvas few hours of heavy rain the deep red watchful care of the Touring Club deFrance. prised hIm he was now firmly coavinced .

fight went on. It U *!A, stated wick supplied It also in this case. Just In the nick of time before the soil has become a slough of mud. every' The club officials are generous tuld Do kw whtB depca4

that when the !fight was over there I I In making rushlights, all tre green squalls came along. little d stream_. ha*_ increased_ ._two or three_ in their treatment_ of_the road u menders._ Ing upon biblical hlat and nut a irn.I .
I were only thirty big-gun projectiles coating of thee rushes was strippedoff times lie normal site and the water has a numerous buS underpaid class employed 'I portant bet had b D rt* -

li-ft With thee. and uo mon to fall ; but for candle wick a Irn strip I 6.111. th. Hough KMrr* I. Trim. become the color of the ground. These by. the government In additionto erring to the sacred vole me.wltlot

I Lark on. Admiral Dewey hat down was left on either side of the pit tostreiigten I had been quite prepared for trou- little creeks have a most sociable way regular donations of money clothing |I He chose rather to believe

I and waited the Gl'rWaDdmlraL.. ; and support It. Other-, ble when It came to enforcing discipline of accompanying the road on its jour- and provisions the club arranges to relieve -: that the dealer in order to lul
. kind him
man. keeping from
company wise the manufacture of these two but I was agreeably disappointed. -
until June ney; sometimes for several hundred any cases of distress among the house was practlclnf om, cruukcd
I aLly 1 'JS, when the Baltimore lights Wall very simitar. This substance There was plenty of hard characters -
arrived with ammunition.Th yards. Consequently during a storm the workers. for which about f 500 a month Of this he became
I from the rushes wit,n dried who might; by themselves have work "
I I toad is turned for the time into a boilIng is expended. The Touring Club de' "lnhar
then Into given trouble, and with betting "deuce.
I I was tied to a rod. dipped the one or two ofthl'm upon
, Lfoauaaari Lav. AW.IrThe boiling fat and allowed to mol; and we did have to takwroujrh measures ;torrent of muddy water. Frequently France has decided to devote $iO.000to the turn at the end nf tht deal '
entered the
lie went rtrtevtlTe to the Mtldler rentanrant this process was repeated until the : but the bulk of the: men thor- it is necessary to wade for long distances the erection and maintenance of a card came out. jack, deuce." tie
I up minly who rushlight or candle had bM ome the ongly understood that without discipline in front of the horses in order to great pavilion near the Eiffel Tower in j fingers
I "Keep on vf
was eating roast beef fo- the first your top that
rosy desired thickness. In later years they would IM merely i valueless make lure that the road has not been 1000. to be the rendezvous of cyclists "
time since AIit'll'Llt box! ht cried out. angrily Ui.tkt
I "Von an Lfcot. Ttaui-iwrtr asked. i candles were made In molds The tape mob and they set themseh.vj hard at destroyed. Each step must be carefully from all over the world. C
through a bib in the work to learn the new dutl> I dealer.
was passed s, writes tested with feet braced against the
1 sin said the soldier. centre of the mold and knotted to CoL Theodore Roosevelt in "&rlbnl'r's C>. ., Wide Tire.. "D'ye mean to tay--I begaa -
"You pmMed through thU city on prevent :- current to see that the depth of waterI tk
The magazine. Grading macadamizing and functionary. '
It slipping. fat war then I I so en. -
not too to allow the to -
South T"I great
your- way" 'I I poured In and allowed to cool I I Of course such a regiment In spite : wagon at the cost of $500 to 2.000: a mile. are "I mean to gar tul.. declared Tom
You threw from your window apiece I These molds. during the days of the of or. of Indeed I might almost say because pass.The roads described were seen only wholly out of the question for communities I In a loud voice I he sprang ll
the cuaracteribtlca
candle tax. were Jealously guarded by which which have to strain "that
pointto you've to
a got give
of hardtack with name me a
your mad the Individual during the summer. It is difficult to ret
the owners and hidden In the most meu so exceptionally $5 to $30 a mile to improve their deal. I have book
It pay
and address upon hoping the girl formidable as soldiers imagine what must be their condition square a hen that
who imlled at you would get ItrYes. secret corners from The the candles prying/ eyes of have been spoiled. Any could weak-\"el1'll't'adIlY during the more inclement ,portions of roads. The general adoption and use of says so. and what this book .. got. .
the exciseman. were usually
Well what about Itr"W..o. I the broad tires will greatly help all such "What's that? What book U
: made at night in some outhouse would have the.year- is to be presumed that tht' ;
went on the detective, pro- ruined ItWhen communities at once and will educate "It's the Bible-that's what
and watchers were posttodt convenient theee mountain roads are occasionally I
dudpg a warrant "you niLvinl your I them to the of "
adoption further "improvementa'
Holderman. In announcing! "The Bible? came from the
sun and struck the halfbaoi: of the corners to give timely warning of repaired but I have never MED men opes.
dinner to the colonel hereafter to the
any approach of the ubiquitous officer.I and three majors i in such work even on the advantage mouthed and d"le.
I Yalrard football team bn-al.lng his genially remarked. "If van follow employed_ fif the___ whole__ _state._____ The___ used___ hmml____ Mtirj.it ffpAM amze. ._ .
n n
p rullar-hme and fracturing seven ribs. u- main wean leading nom one portion or n'U. tuui nAu, u.t UIUI5 II DaiTSvat
come soon, everything'll tires in all of the state
I getcold. parts
He wants $10.00) damages." I the region to another. |H or any this layout and this game for .
1..I.C. he had no thought of other of it is desirable atop
t part unquestionably a most .
I Blushing Is, beyond any doubt. a than a kindly and respectful regard The work already done in portions of tonightThe
end. Charleston News
: .r. '''''' 4>a a and
correspondent of nervous affection caused by extreme for their welfare, and was glad to the south as that about Washington, Courier. organ that is uN II the I1U1*
As the an English .
j tewspaper. remarks "Youth'* Companion. sensibility and self-ronvMouaneaa. modify his form of address on behalf aDd in the case of a more southern city. _ I white church on the hi ty la ona>

." watched from his pole of ob- Blushing can only be overcome by perfect told that It was not what could be described that'on the roads about Atlanta goes Farmer I. Lla*. I of the sights of the town and .t

L tervatlon the magnificent charge of thelm..rkall control of the emotions and as conventionally military. fa'to prove that good roads in the That the farmer ia no longer the bit- gets are even uked I they bi aeea.It .

% soldiers at San Juan he: exHalrned nerves all statements to the ('Onttary.1[When one of our sentinels, who had south can be made. Road metal of good ter enemy of organized public road improvement

: "Isn't It grand I tell you notwithstanding. People constantly with much labor learned the manualf quality both quarts. trap and limestone measures ia made evident by Mrs. Tom Hall (tee Dawaoa) and ta.

hove brave fellows are making binary leclare he course that of blushing time. The is trutii outgrown Is. that in arms. ,and saluted al1d"4l.II'lIh with great a pride friendly as Ipassed is in the greatest abundance and many signs. Farmers generally are be- pastor have never consulted to b la-

!" he blusher learns to control her !aod. "Good evening Colonel" this vart- labor u exceedingly cheap. Surely so ginning to realize that good stone roadsare :, terviewed as t lbs amounts lbs>

"Yes." replied the correspondent of nerves and to hold a rein over her t ttlon In the'accepted formula on such beautiful a region as that of the south. not merely of benefit to bicyclersand I different subscription sad Tom Hall

in American monthly, moving a little emotions. Blushing should not be confused I occasions was meant and WILl accepted era Appalachians should possess at least a few pleasure drivers but are the himself ,, unexpectedly cle

alghvr" np the slope "for the magalluea. with flushing! which is one of as mere frlp..d. Interest In both one good highway fitted for use of the i means of lifting farm commerce fromill of town o tie evening the C

he took another siiao shot with the symptoms of Indigestion and can I hasea the needed instruction: was given drawn vehicle. the bicycle and the paying drudgery to profitable Indus- prl.nc the eadeavorers wer.*
Am o
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a I BEQINNIN3 JULY 23. SERIES, JULY 23. I IC I I BEGINNING ':..'t 23. Shirts and Shoes
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1 Y.C tMr With Domain I'Hpared by Win .mm'nti by Wm. K. F"b.r- .bJ"u Wilk C.mmat It j Wa. K. ruhcrpared -..... id'Summer Dress Goods and Notions, ;

K.fUh.tMG.BXs.tett.il ..... .....0.-.)...c- .. f.. Eli: .fIta L.a .... ud eamnt.s '
.Id...... ieu.ai.g U.. Ler4'. Day, Tb 17.31-G.lde.l.stGodhth.Jadgs HndwrltlBK the Wall PmnUlffl -korC.a.W.ratlw7M.a..ei; 'b.......... Ready-made Mosquito Canopies.;

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Ft. 73: 7. (Bead Chapter 4 and a. CARL SCHREBNIOK. Prop ?.
A cuaidvteuU fwrtess,.' sncompromls- C.mml* Vcn..34-88.) I f 1 The keeping of the Lord's Day holy :
fag attack on the violators of the Sab- U not optional with us, neither can we :: ,
With within the iile of the church is i'he time of our letson la generally twixt tue cuuiuioiidmeat to suit our
conceded to lie ;Sib:) B.
the treat need of the day.U C. notions or meet the no-called "require- FURNITURE. :
the couiuiandnieute are to be kept The place was "probably in Babylon tucuts of the times." .. iHouliehold'
on the Euphrates. Tile Book of Dan-
M far M tiwy relate to adultry, murder '1 he luuewel1t>> of the time*"
theft fake witness, etc. then also el does not say where and an inscrip- Would have been a good excuse lor Sewing Maruiiies,
Mod us, of necessity, to keep the Sabbath ion on tablet speaks of him as ue- law and the threw tUorew"ciuitirea, : The Beat Machine Made, Light Running and '
da/ holy and we can no more ng in \<:caIL It was near the close of but they were true aid aid not attempt Xollleleu' 1 i
the: seventy years captivity, and Just !
exercUe our own judgment or go by lo wan upon xucu a urokea uut; uu.j -
before the return permitted by Cyri*. knew that irrespective of tneir "urroumliugb .- Hole Agent fop the famous Wall Trunk. fist
Sabbath In time midst of the revel and riotous ) !, or w eat others did or Old 1'eIIIk-'lIIade to oruer. A Complete
My other commandment conduct the hand. writing appeared on nor do, they were to be faithful, and lint ofFUTLNITUhE ,
If we dare say that because our conMience the wall !'tuey were. .
has become hardened! and does i Farra'r says! Del hazzar was "horri tue Methodist church declares that :
not trouble us we are at liberty to use tied; the flush of youth and of wine one of the evidences its lumbers are J uf all dtcrlpcloniit Rock Bottom Prk'lll. both
public conveyances, perform ordinary faded from his cheek; with a terrible t" show that they uegiie salvation latuat WboleaaleandRetail. Itabjr Carriage frost .6
labor and go about seeking our own cry he ordered that the whole familiar they will not profane the Sabbath qp to '20. Go CarU. Refrigerator,lee Chests,
ph-uutv on the SaLbath. can we deny tribe of astrologers and soothsayers itner i/y bUYing or seli-ug or doing Give- Ete.:
other the name rijbt to go by their should be summoned. But none of L. 1DIlIY WOTK. Leery ucuve member .*.* __
warped judgUM'lit or seared conscience them: were able to gain the reward of III Uie Kpwotth Lujgae accepted that WV have a consign mrnt of Oak IMoere and ''
la regards to the other commandment being clothed with scarlet having a thru they JO.UIM .lie church that la toe .. Reed Rockers that will be cold very low. We
or an to their obeying the law chain of gold about his neck; or ruling leUioOifetic lutein.eta Uou of'Kemeuir handle tile faunas Ck-veland and ItarablrrE
ofGodt the third In the kingdom; their I.>> the Salitmtii Day to keep It. holy. :" .'df'..'.. ..
It Ia| not safe for residents of glass failure caused the king to be greatly Ly: :It .i-rth-Ll1g; en must stand or "' "-D. :\ .'@JY\
Douses to throw stones; if you violate troubled, but the: queen told him of aJL 'me tact that the times have perial attention given to oar Han Orders.!. .'
the fourth commandment think twice i Daniel! and his great power: of interpretatlon ',banged Uoe.. not 11J. *r tile law of God. We tinrantea Batisfxetlon. both In goods and y
before you condemn those who breaks i so Daniel was sent for, and it troueys!, swum c-rt and ferry boats r 'rices. Call on ns, or send in your order to '
my of the others. the same! gifts offered. to him that bad Lad run on tee odobata when God
A been offered to the others. the eouiuiuiUuient to Moses we 15..417 Laura JACKSONVILLE.. FLA.
i excuse, or a supposed good sere ONLY 18.00
reason will not answer for a violationof 17. Then Daniel: answered and ..o not 1.Il.11lthe divine law would The -21
tit command to keep the Lord's said before the king Let thy gifts be Lure been nuugea to "suit tile times," D. E. COOPER MTg Co.

day holy. The first one who violated to thyself, and give thy rewards to wind we are not to attempt to brim .
that command WA stoned to death as another; yet I will read the writing lie law tiowu to our customs, but our '
a warning that God will deal out Justice unto the king, anti make known to lives and customs must be made to ;"
to thone who do not obey his law. him the interpretation. meet the comuiuuds ot God it we ,. -'.,' has. N. Welshans I
We do not know what excuse the man Daniel stood there as the servant would have our souls and enjoy Ilia ,
bad to offer: it may: be that his fire of God; he was to tell the truth as mile and approval w ?
bent out and they wanted the wood\ God's prophet, and not for the hope of If all professing Christians really believed -STATE AGENT FlRLongman
to warm their bodies: they may have reward from the king. I tne WoN of too, surely were -
been hungry and had need of the tire 18. "0 thou king, the most high would not be so much Sabbath dese- \ I
to cook their food; he may have been God gave Nebuchadnezzar thy father' crution. Isa. 3s, 13-14 speaker of the
busy: through the week and so convinced a kingdom, and majesty, and glory Sabbath as "holy of the Lord honorable & Martinez Paints
himself that he was excusable and honor." ," and tel.s how the Lord will bless
in doing that which was essential to Daniel starts by telling Belshazzar lease who delight in it Sun. ,
tbelr comfort or their health. The a truth which he: no doubt did not Mark 2, 23tt'Ji: the purpose of the ... i
Word does not tell us what his excuse relish: his father did not receive the &)>l>ath. connection with that theory : Lime, Brick, Shingles,

wan, but it does record the awful kingdom by any one or through any Mr. Wells says:
punishment that was meted out to other influence but the most high God. The Sabbath was wade for man o '- Cement and Coal Tar.

f him. It is better to be too strict than Belshazzar had had a great object and not man for the Sabbath but it .,". .,tS -,,;;'..., :,.; .,'a'
too loose in honoring the day; it is lesson (verses 19 20 and 21)) and vas wade for man, ana so man cannot :<">->' -,< -
more sate to retraIn from some things should have profited by it; his actions take It or let it alone as he pleases."
I than to overstep the mark and so bring were not caused by ignorance; he In LH-ut. 3, 12-15 we are told that ou i :: .' --, ':-; ,':J-::;, Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
j ourselves into condemnation.The knew that what a man sows that shall the Sabbath we are to rent from our
following quotations are timely he aMt: reap, and went sowing to the labor, and from that teaching we are 13,South Hogan St., Jacksonville Florida. 10-21V8
and to the point on the important wind, which meant a future reaping of to refrain from doing anything that
question: the whirlwind.Belsbazzar would cause others to work on the
Chance do Your
A to
TUere are three rules for the: Sabbath not only refused to lord's Day; the mere fact that others
t : worship God; rest your body; do bumble himself, but lifted himself np (high or low in the church) do it, is no LITTLE BROS.
nothing to keep any one else from against the Lord. "The vessels of his excuse: : for us. We must answer for .
worshipping God or resting his body. house" were from the temple of Bel ourselves, and give an account for the
where they had been treasured nn deeds done In our own body.In .
".tll days: are sacred to God.!' True: from the time the conqueror"had- carried Heb. 10, 19we have a lesson FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY

I and those that are most zealous in them from Jerusalem. Stanley on public worship; on the Loru's day
keeping all days sacred to God are says .*:The thirty chargers and thirty we are not to forsake the assembling t
most zealous in honoring the day thai vases of gold which had been made :jf ourselves together. Jacksonville, Florida.
1 Ltd oils by hilt name. A man that for the temple of Solomon had con- Another important duty on the Lord' ,
I baa enlisted and thus offered his entire tinned there until the captivity of Day is that we give unto Him a freewill J." :, '

body to the government, is not J.'lioiiiehiui. and the thousand clianrersand I offering, as lIe hath prosperedus. "-' : If Fertilizers for
: worried because the government puts the four hundred basins of sliver ." An occasional reading of:1,Cor. ;..:,."...-. -. you are requiring Vegetable,

a uniform on him.. by which Zedekiah had supplied their Hi, 14 will be beneficial to individuals. Job ,-i.r:- "',--_-'- .' Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give yon : ,
i. place, and which were carried away in as well as to churches. "If we give ."v. .
It has been 'found by ttientifio iut>asnrenMnU tilt final deportation." These vessels we get." } ,: more value for your money than any other Mannfacturer ,
; of strength that a night's they used for wine, and so added insult On the Lord's Day we should all be e1H ;'; : i t. .' .
rent does not quite restore the waste to inh-ry tn the One who l I..M "Iu the Spirit" (Itev. 1, 10) and we 7. 1 _" f ii! { or dealer in this State or from aty .*- i
of the body caused by the day's work. their breath in Ills hand and who had then will have sweet communion with ;".. '*',.'
With each
account x>f our strength> till Saturday had and the course of their lives. The following thoughts on SabbathubllCr'anl't'B h to above" address.. 612-9ft'
finds us heavily in debt to nature. :2ft.( "This is the' Interpretation of are taken from "The "

One day's rest in seven precisely the thing; : MEN] ; God hath numbered tally I Companion:" 'P.;:
remedies this defect and makes up the thy kingdom, and finished it." No ..oo'wl11 woru well'that does not --

loxa. Thus the Sabbath law has been 'Counted out the term allotted to it! rest well: nor work from the right nu ATTENTION ,MERCHANTS!
found by scientist written In the very which had now reached its limit" lives that does not rest from the right

structure of our bodies.: (Prof. Green). wotlves.t %*y
Do not crowd the Lord out of the
"TUKEL; Thou art weighed In the THE MIAMI
TIM for II blr tO-atl:.r. balances and art found wanting." lord's Day by leaving no time .to be
A class of persons who profess to alone with Him.
lore the Bible excuse their neglect: ot light;Tekel; light means of weight weighed like and a signified counterfeit It Is not honoring God's day to forget prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties

it by saying that they have no time 1010.It BelshazznrV private I fe (;uJ. He will not heed the closed ork
for bible reading. But Is there any and public actions fell far short of the doors if the counters: in our hearts are BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc.

person In this land who cannot command standard to which he should bare kept busy.We .
: Patrasage of Dade County Herchatu Solicit lid Satlshctli-s Gainiui -
the time to read a chapter from I measured up. have not begun to honor the Sab-

the Scriptures every day It may be It we would not be found wantingwe bath until we begin to. long for it C. CASTELLANO. Prop. MIAMI. FLA.
doubted whether there is such a
: person. n'2f'11 .
must be obedient to the will and
There are many who cannot do law of the Lord., "The law of the JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPIC
thb, and at the same time do all that "
Lord is perfect conrertlus the soul. -
desire to do in other directions.
28. -PEKES: Thy kingdom is divided '
) t that Is not a reason for neglecting: "Cry aloud spare not. lift up thy "f: '
und to the Modes and Perscans.
the lUble. Our Bible reading should ." given voice like a trumpet, and show my
I* a be one of the first duties of every day.A jieople their trangresbion and thehouse
is the while
singular, "upharsin" -
good rule is to read nothing else Until of Jacob their sins." This is the
I Is the plural of the same word
we have read a good portion of the&lirturea. : voice! of God through His prophet
with 'uf-'and' It N given
If adopt this rule and Isaiah. The Jews through great
the demand in
West Palm
In verse 25 in the plural for emphasis, Recognizing
riffhuy adhere to It, we shall never lackthe temporal| prosperity and increase
'inene' i III doubled. It
Just as means
time to read at least few verses umtulPiK-e in Jehovah, and put their Beach for
divided but has the sonic consonantsas
from the Bible. This can be done nt trust in worldly resources. Moreover The tropical SunJoj
Persians and them.
Louie, and it ran be done ,abroad; it suggests great disorder existed. .PerHaps
ran be done on a Journey. The man '!). "Then commanded Belshazzar when the people assemble for worship Good Ice at Reasonable Rates
of the world can read his newspaperson : and they clothed Daniel with scarlet: The prophet 'cries aloud' to stir up or .
the (cars if we are as much interested I and put a chain of gold about his neck awake those who are dead in sin and
In the Bible as he is in the daily i and made a proclamation concerninghim. trespasses. Your iniquities: have separated / Courteous Treatment of All Pate,
that he should lie the third rulerIn '
new, we shall be able to read a chapter you and your God and i
on a railroad train. And if it is always 'kiugdom.. your sins have: hid life face from you.
in mind we >shall> Hud no day too hax7.ar kept his promise, and Your lips have spoken lies, your tongue
abort to rend a lesson from the Scripture !gave Daniel! the reward he had offered has muttered perverseuess. They trustIn ) Department The Arctic Ice Works

*.-National Presbyterian. to the one who could interpret the vanity. But alas their spider web ,
hand: writing on the wall The scarlet of form shall not become a govern

,.... I'r.p" 'rr.I...." was tike royal purple. "The third rnl ment. Their works are works of iniquity OF MIAMI FLORIDA
r Under whine care soever a child is er" Is wild by most bible students to Gal knew their heart and so ,
pat to be taught during the tender and mean the third In power-the next to He does ours. Whether we seek Him r. .
his life this is certainIt Belshazzar, who was second to his daily and delight to know His Inspirit
flexible years of ways Prints Letter Heads Have this week to full
father till father belnsr all others arranged carry a
should be one who thinks Latin and : over ; and in truth. Do we'not hear
languages the least part of education; thin: that Dam ,! "wame one of thl'l'rnlt.rt the cry through 'all ages ""Awake Note Heads supply of Ice which will be delivered to
one who. knowing how much virtue lie bong: the third one. awake, put on thy strength, 0 lion;
and a well-tempered soul -is to be preferred *l). "in that nicht was Belshamr put on thy beautiful garments The StatementsBusiness all parts of town promptly and regularly. -
to any sort of learning or Ianpusen. the ting\ of the Chaldeans slain, garment of praise. That ye may be ..
nukes It his chief business to Herodotus says Babylon Itself was called trees of righteousness the plant. Cards We will endeavor to merit your ,
form tree mind of his scholar and Ilod"by Cyrus for months and lug! of the Lord, that He might be gratified. :

give that a rielit disposition; which if wn taken only bv stratagem. The l Bill Heads patronage. ,
one sot though all the rest should he Persian Invader drained off the watersof ,
IH'E1C'f'ted."oulll in due time produceall the river and his army under the ,> Mr. J. hntlug'i I hit lophy
the rest: and which It it be not shelter of night crept into the: city ")UII' Johnting w'y doan yo' git dat And all kinds of Fine Stationery H. H. COOK Local Mgr.

got and I4.ttl..1 go ax to keep out ill through: the empty channel. This appears man o' jouahs t' atteii' divine wo'ship) '
and vicious habit! languages and science to be the correct view as the once In a while?" -: ,If' ,
is *, all the Miler accomplishments tablets show that Golmryns. the general "1'u de good lan's sake Pa' ou Are You Supplied? -X .
of education will lie to no purpose, but of Cyrus entered the city withoii Green: that no 'count nlggoh I'se married
to ma' f the worse or more dangerous flshtlnjr, or Interfering with the business to ain't ben inside a cbu'ch to' -"
m..-IMte: of the place. im 'n ten years.

.31..__ "And_no_ Daring the___ Median_______ took.____ MYn' ilnnn tupitn t' toll mo riot IIA
lI.b..... H...-.. the kingdom. !hel.ir about threescoreand ain't; nevnh '; r enCei r'ligion: MissJohnslugV" Give us a Trial Order

Tint -nclent and time-honored sport two years old." ,
of rteallnr eggs which was much In IVlonltet says "No such person is "1 guess dat's 'bout right, Pa'son
YO,"* when most of the present gener- known in history, as a little while ago loah don' lak t' say it." -
r1)1111'r. country boys, seems to have nt>lttt'r Sacpou nor the Hiltites were "1';( be niu' in de faith, den wha'

f"ua out of public favor of late..'if one known. It is generally held by con doctrine does he cling. to, Mis' John. And We Will Indian River Nurseries
ntr Jndre from an article In a London ': servatlve writers that he reigned: under slags'
ptpe.boy 12 years old, with two Cyrus for a time. More light on "Well. Pa'son. I ain't gofmvcfa opinion -
deaperadoei of a like age. robbed a these questions will doubtless I 1140 in the niattah. but I kind o' Budded Citrus Trees of every variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon Stock* also fill
braroott In Northamptonshire of three found.;. These explanations are all reckon dat de only doctrine he hangs line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section' including
ecp. The thieves were arrested, and rteht for those who want to understand onto with any very pva amount o' te- Budded Mangoes, So Varieties of Crotons, 25 YaritUes of
the tiNt boy Mason by name, was sen- with the head before they believe nflntlcy.-am de one dat sea, "A bird In oo 98 Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips Etc.

traced to four years' Imprisonment.i with the heart But blessed are de hal:61 wutli two ou de roost, when Please You. JOHN B. BEACH. Proprietor ;- WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
i the constable went to arrest him they who take: the Word for what I It dk. doah o' de coop's got a spring lock, ..
ft* was so frightened that he tried to says, and lean not to the understand an' de: dawk's unl'hnlnt'd.It-Dc
: till himself, first by cutting his throat Ins of men-who. having: not seen. Free Press.Patron0. at
with a razor and. being prevented In do believe. You remember Christ thus course: yon will oblige an Boarding Rates.MRS. .
that by strangling himself with aIr rebuked "Doubting Thomas." old customer by sharpening a carting

ararf. But he. was saved from death. knife for him. f JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate boarder. at her
.' and simply put In prison until the year It appears to me that the grace of Butcher-Ky all means.
1903. Every boy who wall born, ins he God mends the bead while It convert Patron-Well, here's one that's In well known boarding house on Clematis Ave., clog to P K.C.Ry.. depot

covntry, and la now an old boy. must the heart. It !brings the heart Into pretty bad shape.
looking back over his early escapades, finch a ho'y. regular fram that we can Butcher (taking and examining -CALL ON HER FOB RATES AND Rooita-a ...,
thank Heaven for the voyage of the know nothing of the good; of our own tnIM-Und? Well I should remark; It :
Mayflower and the Declaration of Independence .existence till we exist In God.-U. HIU. looks an If it had been In a conflict j
which undoubtedly'sand To make a man a saint it mnllt f, writ ynnth from the penalties: 1m- "nM IH liy erace and whoever doubts row Iteen trrlnir to onrv..with It lately
|W4 r-v PritUh law on small boys ibis dew not know what a saint. is or PatroiH-Tlint steak you sold, me last FOB THE SUB
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ta'am eome information.the bird was It trying'to would poise convey within City Directory. nnAdvertisers BARGAINS. worth BUYINGAT

t 18m HUIt1fRS wOO s SEER a few feet of his face fly off and *

then return raying plainly "Why OFFICERS. .

I don't yon follow met" WILMON WHILLDIN_. Mayor -

lUBR PREY IN CUUPLES. Finally the hunter did follow upon CEO.s.AD\MS.Clerk Asaesaoraiid Treasurer
:> which the delightin l'AULC.JOXESXanhal
little bird showed iU .
v'F .... ... various It 1U. THE BOSTON STOREMRS.
.. ? .Jt ways. alighted on trees, BOARD OF.ALDERMEN < .s. 4-. .
DY C. Y.. HOLDER waiting for him to come up then (tart. G[().W.PUTTER .? ........'_ PresUfenl :. ; '< .- .'. .<-"

rd ahead again chirping all the time JOHN B.BEACH_ -J.D MATHIS
M and displaying great eagerness. The J.A. STRAWDERMAN_GF.O.L.BBANNIIfG{ J. HANDELSMAN is here for the
... ..... B.)L I'OTT'JUt 4'
bunter had followed the bird half CARL SCHWJBNICK.
a next week and will sell
Jilt A of travelers through northern -
party in
trice through the brush when he observed Cooed meeting on the.ut and 3d Tuesday
t Africa lOWe jeart ago cam to caicpon each month at IoR m.
it hovering over a thick shrub
the border of a tract of land that if "Here is what I Dry Goods
. 4f aa to say brought ._&s.- .
bad been burned over quite recently yon to see.." As be came near it he found J
.- ;' leaving the ground covered with a soft himself face to face with a large make Clothing IATCOST1!

\. 4 layer of aibe From this the skeleton which be killed at which the bird flew County! Directory_ .. Shoes i

: branches. of tiirobaof ..rioaakinda pro- off apparently contented. i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOME

'.. traded. and the larger limbs of mimosa In these cases the birds received no COUNTY OFFICERS.A.

": '. let to bare that game could be seen fort reward for their services but in ,tbe Eo unl5 :R... __??? Count Judge ONE COME ALL TO

t long distance. The caravan bad lately majority of instances where their wonderful a.P. QUIMBY--..... ... Circuit Court CkrkROUT. ,
actions have been observed they L TAYtOR -...ProBccatini'Allornev
i' craned a terrible desert wbere the beyond question use the human hunter B.J. CHILUNGWOKTH-Sheriff Who Use the.Columns THE = B0ST0N STORE
," trail lined with the skeleton of r
waa to aid them in obtaining spoil Aa an M. B. GRUBEU .___Tn Assessor
cauwla tad various animals that had H. J. ANTHONY .Tax tollertol MRS J.
> illustration! a party of travelers were HANDKLSMAN.Proix
;. fallen by the way, and tbe glimpse oft E. IL DIMIIK_ ___Treuarn
passing through the Kaffir country in FRANK, Manager. ... .._WHILLDIR BLOCK.
living animals was so welcome that the WILL H. RUSSELL.Sapervbur of RegiMntion
an ox team when they noticed a little
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various creatures that wandered about FRANKLYNSHUN.a. Surveyor
1. colored bird ... .
gray fluttering incessantly -
unmolested. Z.T.KERH TT ?.Snpk Public Infraction ----- ----- -
tbf tamp were in the face of some of the drivers. The
At sat morning renting they COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ofTiir
they one Ocean
bird would fly at them uttering loud Steamship
were astonished to tee walking toward N.W. PITTS.ihairwaa__ Lake H crIb "
and then the
them a flock of black and white storks, angry notes alight on U. W. LAISIIAUT.__ _... Palm Beaeb
'. common in the country and to be seen' oxen to fly away again endeavoring in W. J. SH'i.VK. .. .. _...CoconutUrof "SAVANNAH LINE."

everywhere sitting by the banks of the every way to attract the attention of K. E. MCDONALD ?.?_...._...__:..-._ cy'WI '. -
r Kite watching for The birds the Kaffir boy a. Finally one of the white W.V. RUSHING..__.__.__..NeptuneComniUntmer
prey. men dismounted to watch the bird that ; inert IB n-gular aetuuoB on Florida "
; cambered twenty or more and cameKraYeJ '
redoubled its efforts to secure notice. tbe Ural Uonilar in each numlb. -

dignified on.cmbacsadors ai if they were Intent a on body some of I and follow now iLBeing the boys asked permission to FLORIDA LEGISLATURe.. lilt I II To New York And Boston.

tabrfoacf Importance. They paid not
interested in the action of the I ----- T
B N.PIMICK.Palm Beach senator
attention to the but
the slightest camp little creature the white men gave their F.N. MORSE KIaIUL_____ ..RepresentativeCOLNTY 'A Short Rail Bide to Savannah, Thence
walked slowly by. When opposite to
consent and. leaving the team four or
them, the travelers saw that upon the live Raf Irs started after the bird which SCHOOL BOARD. A Short Sea Voyage.Sailing .
back of each fctork perched a small bird SDFBKIHTBMDBHT or PUBLIC IXITRUCTIOK.Z. .
ibcnt u large U a robin. There seemedto now appeared to gladly lead them. If T. U tRRITT!; .. _Lctuon City TROPICAL from Savannah:

be a perfect understanding between ..I VEKIKIU or SCHOOL BOABD. 5 Ships Each Week 6
J. W. JACKfrON.i: bainnaB_Coeoanut grove
the steeds and their riders. Ordinarily K KING........ _MMm.M.mMM_.. .Jupiter 1;... < .

a bird like the stork would have been A. W.GARNKTT__._?..?..??._Hy| luxo ,", All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedule Write for
such but getseral
annoyed by a companion .
the walked calmly along with their information sailing schedules, stateroom reservation or call on

little rider occasionally flew away .s. E. II. HINTON Traffic'Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Ha. Pas... Agt..

and returned: again. When the strange J SUN Savannah. Ga. Jacksonville: Fla, 6-10-98
Ctrakada pawed near the camp it was 14 State Directory. _

apparent that the storks, were on a
hunting expedition and that the small i '" Do You Want aWe

er birds bad attached themselves to the ( \w EXECUTIVE DEI ARTAIENT.w. ?.

beaten evidently to save trouble in D.BLOXIIAH......... .. ... Governor have them to Sell and it we have STEAMBOAT
The storks 1 INI). L. CRAWFURD..Beerelary or Blab none on haul to suit, we can build
transportation. were pick- rI. I WHo H. KKY.\ULHS: .........COmptroller Just what \"ouuoL i
the out of the
tax grasshoppers
.shea, and It one by any chance escaped WM.IL LAMAR.............A Itoruey General We are hiss Prepared
their watchful eyea or sharp beaks down W.N. 811 EATS _Sapt. l-nblie Instruction CLAIM To 'urnhh
pounced enact the copper colored riderand L. n.WOKRWKLL..CUa.. Agriculture """

seized It. returning to the back of PATRICK HOUSTON__ Adjutant General

tbvstorktodevonrit To tbia the latter W H. MILTON JR_.... Surveyor-G.aersl Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.
made DO objection. taking it all as a UOlce at Tallahassee Florida.

matter of course. And so the curious 1' iliASKIWO U. S. SENATORS. It Is Thee ..

procewloa moved on. the men in camp J. R. TAUAFERRO__.-. Jaekaonvlll Write or call on ns for Anything in .

watching their strange actions until &R. MALLORY._.._... _no'" _.__no _.._Pengaeola Our" Line-.--- that. yon ntelL t'- '
they had paused out of light: THE TO FOLLOW. U. S. CONGRESSMEN. .

This action on the part of the large they did not follow in the direction it BOBT.W. DAVIS..._. Palatka Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

bird la not only permitting another indicated it flew back and fluttered its 8. M.SPAUKMAN_..Tampa ,
bird to ride oa its back and pound its wings in their faces, shrieking! vociferously .

feathers with grasshoppers in its attempts then taking short flights. For Il.MABRV SUPREME COURT JLDGES.. sj ,;:; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.jacksonvme .
.ChiefJu Ice
to devour them Hujjuestg: that over a mile this indicator led them the
: F. B.CARTR .......... A&toelate Justice '
lIMn Bunt have been some understanding boys climbing over fallen trees ID'the R. F TAYLOIL_. ... N im 'aaaa_ Marine Railways
between the bird The small jungle and numerous almost impaoa-

bird might fUkrlllMo( considered an ble places until finally the bird stopped. R. R. COMMISSIONERS.

Interloper, but from the quiet manneria It had led them into a mimosa grove H. K. DAY Chairman .._??. _?Galnrsville .
J. L. MIIRGAN.__ .__.._ .
__. ,,_
Ja-per Established 1875.
which the stork actTi td the situ and flew from one tree to another ot .'- .
J.II. BRYAN. .. _..... KlMrfmrntt
T ??
It loa it would apprar( tbat good fellow- tering loud cries of distress; bat they JOHN L. NEE1. Y.Ja.Clerk_ -Aradla ,

I thin prevail among; them could not make out what the bird want Headquarters and office of the Board at Tallahaasee. William A. Bours & Co. ,
bate often otpervHl a similar aa*>- ed. It now appeared to be greatly enraged AdvertisingMEDIUM ,

ciation among Mr.'" in the sooth and took its place upon a certain

though in this Inttaneetbu smaller bird limb and remained there at which the -..._ Grain
Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.i
t was evidently a rotter I first; noticed leader of. the party.closely examined t ,

it when drifting on a lagoon among the tree at this place discovering i a

the Florida keys. My bout was anchored hole about two inches across, out of General Directory f\ < No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:.- JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.

to a coral bank. and 1 was lying which came a bee. The Kaffirs concluded ,
down the! little deck down that the bird had them -.Z--
oa looking brought to a I COURT CALENDAR. : "
into the water when a brown pelican beehive so that they would give It ., :lr We handle only the Rest and most Reliable Stf U. A compute Sl<...\ of
(Seventh Circuit.) j

came flying along closely followed by .,some honey and to prove it they lighted M.8. JONES .............. ....... Ciieuit Juap- Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits,
and the
the held
which termed
ft large gnU. we some grass! smoking
J. D.BEUU8...._....... State's Attornet "
laughing gull from its note. which was mass beneath the hole while they SPRING TERM. Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT .

l[ a decided ha I ha I many times repeated. :, struck the, bough vigorous blows A Osemla County lit Monday ID March. ,

The pelican perceiving a school of I large area at once gave way that had Orange M to If -- WHOLESALKSlate ---

nail fen near my boat rose a few feet. '.I teen'skillfully! plastered up by the birds Lake &&b" N "
then dashed headlong among them. It.I with cement and hundreds of the insects VolMia '" W ApriL Of Any Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

? came up shaking its feathers and allowing rushed out to be smothered in the Brevard f&h" fctar Brand FertOiWr-.llaar9ulatil AnljsiiOninRc; tre- and \'c."", :.., VrrtlliaT.gronnl hR
the water to drain from its pon- smoke while a large amount of honeywas Dade 1st Monday after 4th Hon. t IknteNOrate'uIa.Mnrseieof: lN.iii.-h. "untliate 14da..latitein.; Tbe.cFtrsnllieir
have mi "onpcilor in tb..lIarkel. sad a triiil Till coaYinw.
4erooa pouch. In which were several disclosed to the eyes of the bird followers day in ApriL Semi fur Catalogue, rn
tbhee. Tb moment the pelican rose the The natives immediately placed FALL TERM. _
Osceola lilt in '-- --
s laughing gull swooped down and alighted a piece of the comb on a limb for thebuckwhich Orange County" M Monday" October...
its head and ate it with avidity while
oa leaning over Lake 4th II
the rest carried back to the white East Coast Ry.
u the pelican was about to swallow was Voluida Jd S. No.
3 deftly snatched one of the Bah from its men.. Brevard lib N N WEEKLY PAPER

lost bill and with a aderudve laugh flew I -tAt-. Monday aflj-r I ho ith- _w un-n. TIME TABLE- "_ 1\0.20.. -. IN.. _EFFECT, __ ,APRIL n _.__ It._ tm._!n_.
t away '.immediately returning -to the Oaly.at Baasace.An lay in November.GO .

pelicaa'a back where it apparentlyrated I angry dispute arose at an inn be- VT SIGNAL SERVICE DEP I. SOUTH BOUND (Bead Dow). NORTH BOUND (Brad UpWfeSlSoas

while the large bird swam tween a number of Germans and Russians. J. W.CRONE .. ..... .. .. ..__ Obaerver .. n'umTlsLfllii
not the Just as a fight was about to begin at Ja lter Inlet K,Dally, STATION,0 >
iII about offering slightest objeo- Observatory |> 7E. N

ton to the rider. a German pulled from his pocket GO N T UGHT HOUSE SERVICE. ;': In The 82.1\ fl A* Leave.... ...................Jack.-wnnile. .................,....Amvf
la this Instance the act of the gull something which be presented at his :: fUp III a.JGArrive.! .......................M-Anjuatuie.; .....................,..Lav Star *fa
opponents. At the same time be ex Urht House at Jupiter Inlet. 4ip lOi;sa iLtav............?_........Arpnitine........................ArriT .M .**
J, was certainly theft of the most barefaced JAMES A. ARMOUR........ .-___KHI alup11lr" ....... ... ........... Ilasitagg ................................. a. *'J4*
character yet the big pelican. claimed. "The first to come near me ii I.A. WELtS. ..........?.?. .. Ut AiwbitanlBKNJ. 6W1.llt.a'rnve. ... .... ........Yaa.ka .... ..... ....... LMvt + _
which could have annihilated its rider. a dead man I" : WELLS. M AMixtanl tlapltlMlelab: \; .. ......_.. .... .__ __._..... .... .... .. ....Airirt ow our
accepted: the situation in'apparent good I The Russians fled in a body. Remembering U. i. LAND OFFICE. "ttlCtljlup.UL'ipA'rive.\ ..... ..... J-an M teo.an . ... ......Leave lay T

that it was against the law to ; ; Tea. ,Leave. ........... ... .....! Mateo........ ..... ........ Arme I l iISV IUi
aatnrc. so that the Impression was .._.__ __.. _
H. 8.CHUBB. ..._
carry firearms, they informed the po ? ? ReglwterOAina fiuUp 11 y n Leave...................... East Palatka'.......................tear alit r...
created: that the two bunted together. at GalnegvillP. nurh1a.ft IU .. .......................... Or mood........................... .. r 1-.
aad the pelican was content to share its lice. constable! .was. sent_to..arrest. the STATE Of FLORIIliS IS l ),PI = ........................ DMvtuna _....................... ... I tip TCI*
Uerman. Wnen be entered the Inn be flap! ........................Port Oranillt................... .... IU lit*
tpdta with the laughing gull I -I tin 1 sip .. ........................l\ew Smyrna........................ .. 1 a.8ei .. .
That aide apparently hunt together I called the offender before him and be- ) 21ip| .. ..........?.......... Oak Hill. ..._..............;;;;;; .. ty H4t'"
gan to search his pockets. The surprise tOp rasp ..........................TIIUo is Dot 10 remarkable as the,fact that which ... .. : ........................_CttvP.nnt......................... .. Ilia!' ......
.. I and laughter took place may be ...... 344pl ........................ ts.sus ........................ .. I Rij. .....
imagined when the policeman drew ; ,, ...... Sa-pl ......................... R.wkhdce.; ........ ................ I tt,. .. ...
not but \ eeeeeeea.eateaAdvertising ...... 4Vl'p' ......................... Ian (faille ....................... .. 11 b......
I out a pistol a sausage. ...... 41Sp 1 ...... ...................Ke.Uraraa........ ... ..........' .. !141. ......
...... 4 5;pi ......................... Knd .............,........... .. lift:* ....
Dollle Got the Peaty.Dollie ...... Solpj .... ..........................SrbaGinn.......................... .. lids .. ? t
...... 3 r.:.>p: .St. II (I..
had been gijen a penny as a ..... 815j.! ."."..".."..".."..".."IIIM.rpurt: 1>1.,00......................... }u* "...tlt641p !
...... ........................... Eden .......................... .. intw ...,
reward for some small service but on ...... .. ...........:...............Jill..ea........................... .. |uI.-...M.
her way to the candy shop she happenedto ...... 641'1 ......................... Stuart .......................... .. iuea. .....
FirstGlassJob ..... : ........................Hobs mnd......................... )>C. .__
low it Dollie knew there were plenty ....: 7.11p' ...................... .TTpst Jupiter ....................... .a ....
c more pennies where that one had acme ...... 813p ....................VTtMt Palm Heath.................... .. I4w ... .
home ...... 83']) ......................... hornton .......................... : ln ...M.
t from and returned confident of .. 84S;) .................... Ddray ...... ........ .. 11: ?
; receiving another. ::... aa'p ....................:..Port Undi-rdala...................... .. fjS ..1111
f ..... ........... ... ._...... ..
.. ..luAiii Lenontity.! ... ...... aa ......
"Mamma. she said going into the Printing Rate Sheet ...... lu pArriva............................Miami .............. ..... ... .. iittj. ......
; L1ff: ya fitting want room.another."I've" lost my penny andI UKIAYhKX >K\V SMVUNA \NI ORAMiK CITV JUNCTIUX.No. .

3N li t STATIONS.. 'TNt.'SVid
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"But why didn't you take care of the I An>.U luaLv......... ... ..........l\cW'',miMta.. ....*.... ..........,AriIi.\.6: i -
one 1 gave you," 4lb|>!ll21&) ........................... Lnkell.. en .................. ....... .L. l-'lJi>' 4 asp;,
"I did. mamma but it must have At the Son Office. 417pll, f s i" ... ... ... .. fiance Oly ............M........... li'M.; iT4aupill .
Will be Sent \ 4Ar.......... .. .: ....Oransul.5iy J-mctlon..... ..... .... : ql M 4." 1
dropped and rolled into a corner so thatI on Ap All trains\Ifo1w..n New Smvrna an. Oran City Jum-tiun iJaily eieept a'ta.Lij. {
j. didn't notice It. If you give me a big

a dollar this time. I can hear it fall and I.KEY. W. EST AND TiAVAMAm .
mt T 4 mi 1A At
TUT CAVE CUVKLT ox. pick it
up. The steamers of the Fliafatu EoJllt Ci-nat Steanwhtp Comrany are .p[".uitd lo aail aa frlkwi1
ccrtaia MM appeal directly to man for Dollie got the penny. 1;. 4- : plication. .. ''r''>ni M *mi. ":;ao p. m. Tuu .aYI and .Arr.veTvef .
$ St *
aid ia accoupliahing: their desires.Tab KryrCit r l1 rest' 1:34) p. m. Wetlofsdays and Saturdays. Trots U COLDMU
k mamkxuly cihitited la a little Change Color. M"d from 0(1 wt'1 steamer.Wr.t .
Afticaa bird OM explorer's expert- There are.a few creatures both of I)I..K. From Key Went 330W m. WPllnHl. >tJ' and Satardaya. Arrive S
1h.mi : j +
j a;JQ rf TJI rburwlry anI un lsyscontie.aiutWI.htrainM:
He wanderiag land and water that can change colorat
follows waa -
UK* was aa 4' blr"rn.h.p 11'rum Miami a a. m. Moiiii.if and TLurwtay Arm* Key
will. One of these Is a little ahrimp
la the thick jungle. when a little milt tu lAud West T p. m. Monday* and Thontdava. Leave Key W Pet t p. m.
fetoi alawt brushed his face with his! of the Irish sea which changes to suit from Havana same daya. Arrive llavana a. m. Tneib'ayi. at.J rrtlaT> I
borain la the air. uttering the creeu or red or brown seaweed tnurhln .l From HHVUDA. MiliP!< direct for Miami. 11 a. m. Tnrwlayi
wtact. then darting oil The among which It is found or the color of H. S. MEADOR .- K y Wr.t and Fridays. Arrive: Miami i a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays ;
tidied Rotes ".- wnthhr.,", the sandy or gravel bottom.
aaaaat artioa naturally astonished I These Tune Tamos show the tunes at which train and bsata may w>eineetedtoarrmaaa I
Uw ..It.. sad he stood perfectly still Whenever It moves from one placeto BARBER depart from the several statiiau and is)rt.. but tlwir arrival ..r depanart at Uv* Liam f i
to watch! the bird Soon back it came another. It at once begins this peon .. .. stated Is not guaranteed arbug therefrom.,nor does the Company hold itself raepoa4blaany daisy. 01' M7Cllhl'qUftncetl t f

the etaaeuver. apparently eaa and In a few moment It 1.110 Dear : Shop on Banyan Whlddea'Stiwl, ant door t. For copy of local time card call at 236 Went Bay Street JacluunvUl,or addnM I
repeating MarkrU
with cidlemeat. and it was the color of whatever. near it that It J.P.BECKWITH Traffic Manager J. IX lUH &s, A.a f A-
eftfeotnt I Patronage of 1111 friends U I St. A u u..t1De.
respectfully solicited .... .
pot long More the banter perceivedthat cannot be seen by Its hungry; eaemlaa. 11 .. ... -- :

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Fine and! Forfeiture Fund quarter Dade County filed u itemized estimate SERMON OF RET. N. D. PAINE week as well as on Sunday. Vote WHERWEWORSHW

ending jane 30,1899 : of expenditure for the school.year beginning 1; 'SI good men into office and condemn

Th Apell l.Caah oa hand March 81 ai July i, 1899. and ending June wrong in high places and low places:
per lain report. ._,.......... 11,832 70 At the West Bid Congregational Church, in it A Directory of Use Load CHrd u
30,1900. and if you lose your head doing ,
April 5. H.J. Anthony taxe! ..'_'_' 1.3WI 40 'I Susday Jleralac July IS, 18B9.
H.Anthony, tax thank God for a heroic death. an* Religious Soctetk
April 11.J. B. Whit field, redenip'B: ,. "
tax ifelecerU____._ 52 report for June 1899. i ad: Work in the church; do your duty '
ARD RPIA3 April 11. A. K.Qulroby,. fine and U. D. Hendrickson furnished al bond "Let thtm learn first to show piety at all the year. don't wait for a religious IIp'-1 C rvlc.g.

POOR ciw EDroo cunta P. U. Loud, Jr._.__ 9 82 l in the sum of f 280 the mount'of ,his h metl; 1st Tim., '5th chapter and 4th excitement Be decided. Work for God atiicuPaL KY.CsUaC-ItbISdIW4baML U FiTs-jAMn BHM. Kctar.
April 28, 8. D. Mitchell, One and .
rosin Frank Bro...._._............_ 5 00 contract" for .moving the County property verse. every day in the year whether you feel tindallkttOo1 8. f fee reiy baadaj all p. m.ttaoTUKajuuw moniaf. II VdxL
\ Way:!. A. F, Qnlmby State n. to Miami with A. F.Quimby and In the year 54 of the Christian era two like it or not. Don't be a Christian be. or ST. .t.D.I.-lfntll on

op.NoIvDft ATALL 'John Rnrdlnt_' ...-. ?.._ 47 01 .' R. Ji: 'Chillingworth'U sureties.. Bond men entered the" city of Lystra la Asia cause you are afraid of hell; be a Christian I I tnr mm:beraut*. net IIY.rourUl U ft.Hi.......*a.v..Dfie..* ** *

May 12. W. II. Reynold taxes apprQved. -""* Minor. One was Paul the other Barna. because it is right and because it W. .. AsI..IraosoJa., Itttttary.Hoijr .
... ... .. 12
Int Vean TeL Co 1ft I
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t WtilMlnM A duplicate witness certificate was I bas. In the audience that gathered to is your duty If my rhildren only loved .
tlv. 1 2 Oil. .R. .. .. nufenin'ntax
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'aale eerta_ .???.__.:.... ,65 ordered issued in favor of JD;'McCot. listen to Paul was a man who was a I me because they were afraid I would I T nuy 'S

May 16. B.J. Anthony,taxea.. .. 28382 mick for $39.90, No. 499 duplicate. ,of cripple ftom his birth. Paul perceivingthat punish them, I would not think much of Serv CI'S win Wet be bcU Pala rrnteriy leash avert Sa4r:
May 18,A. F. Qnlmby. feed Btateprutoner No. 385 being issued. this man had a strong faith in his such love and obedience God loves at TSapkM..>. Ike sew BpMeBlHielHucaear..l
....??.. -. ........-. .,_.. 8 40 said the "Stand Kit reU awt Poioartta Stivet*. .*.. I,. I1UjauutHindrr >
May 22,J. B. whltfleld redt''lP'. It was ordered that the! names of teachings to cripple up you more than any father or mothercan mil MM chartol Uet terrier*.

tax Rale crrU._ ....?.._ __._ 8 22 Thos S. Layton C R. Layton and .Ed. right on thy feet." And be leaped and love a child. God never made hell LAWE 'GCILDaIftta" FrUaT at .
June 9, R. J. CbllUnffworth, fine ward A. Graham be restored to, the walked. When the people of Lystra i for any of his children. He made it for $.II....... Ciaomt MIL, ttectttuy.M. Gn L.U '""',"""- .

and COHU Peter ?Iarwtt.__.. 8 U registration list in District No. 2. saw the miracle they cried out in the the devil and his angels, and you are an

Jane S', H.Anthony.taxes. 202 83Jun It wag ordered that the bondsmen of speech of.the Lyconians: "The Godsare intruder if you go there. H. CbaMb, Boct.Susday .

t- El tax. 22 isle, H.cert I. *Anthony.............,..redemp'n....... _.? 4 60 N. H. Monck who had furnished 'a comedown Iu the likeness of men." Paul said to the church at Corinth, "If .' J Po ..... every 8chiml"ada 18 ..,L. Gnfta a" Epwnsih prayer Isegon.....
:(; .C&HTANsfettR ADVERTISING bond to operate a ferry between Palm And they called Barnabas Jupiter and Timothens comes to be your pastor let tug n.nc1ay evest'.ga at To'" LMI' ...,e.
l mfttillpt'r. io"-a.
; REGULARLY Tot I.H_._._..._ __!?,878 *5 Beach and West Palm Beach be, and Paul Mercurious. It is evident from the him be here without fear for he work Tier fir L M
\ .Warrants- -against the. Fine and- -Fpr-. the same ere, relieved from said bond. religions. of all- nations that -there. -was. a. eth the wo k'of the Lord as I do also. tug 5thaIL.5a475p.5 a song....m.will. Uktd half. lt*.llIe kerUfore .*-. 'J

e'ture Fund amounting to $%,460.415 The Clerk was ordered, sdveitise belief: in an incarnation. They believed Let him be among you without fear in UM rvtalar 4iiM fr V.. W. *.*.* lit
tla-l. 'o hat.Joe Wcmrt; cow**.*t MB..t
were cancelled.: for bldi for opening a road eight feet that the' Gods did come down from regard to your sympathy and co-opera The Fito-th teuUjr .evvktsej1IbritI4s'

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' DOINGS (Signed), E. H. DlMICK .: wide nibuinjc from West,Jupiter 'a heaven in human forms and reward and lion in every good work." At L.Iit5.li511L.BojraUM I p. .. Ai Hjpohua. Ml ..

..s.AR.psr.fth.Fr.ee.dIMgaut. County Treasurer. N. ,W. direction to the west line of punish men. Homer and Ovid both 3d: Show your piety at home. There Rev J .. was.&u. ,....

Iadei County Commissioners spent the balance l. i Township 40 s., Range 39 East, a distance taught it. The Gods, who can with ease ate three beautiful words in the English

of the day reviewing the assess, of about twenty-four miles. all shapes assume. language,-mother, home and heaven. C'DI".aU Church.tttv. .
V.wMl*.lM.n M Their La.t Meeting. SJulco. ... D. PAUB, Passer.lerylce. .
ment roll. The following bills were presented "Repair to populous cities, where Make your home beautiful and attrac .al ii a. a. .at ffM) p. a. ...4yark.

lit FLA July 5. J1I99-- examined: allowed and warrants issued they mark the outrageous and the tive. Put books on your table pictureson .., *...ir.w|.". UUt>t.l a t.1 10 ... M,
FLA.. July ISgg.'I'be ChrUtUa eiMevor *l 1:11I au |
Juxo 3t p. njrr
Commissioners The Board of Commissioners met this against the General Fund : righteous deeds of men. The your walls, music in your parlor in. MiWedaI4.VII7P IB.St. .

Board of County 'N. W. Pitts day. Present N. W. PiUs chairman ; A. Uejfcfr' salary County Judge avatars or incarnations of their gods, nocentgames for your children. 'Don'tbe J

met this day. Present Ceo. W. Lainhart W. J. Shone, R, E. for Jnne.___.__.._._.........jf; 25: 00 prove hew generally this opinion pre. afraid the boys will bring in a little Ann's Catholic Ctu.....
chairman ; Geo. W. Lainbart W. J. R. It.Taylor,salary County Solid. \ vailed. lethiutig wltlll $Saadar.Jturr at*. these
mud on the You will see the .
McDonald W. V. R Chi] carpet. '. ..
Rushing. J. Hair .
McDonald'W. V. Rushing tor for Ju.e.-a.---..2i 83 S3 a.1 M (tut ftenwHl every Maw .,
Shone, R. B. and F. The Greeks and Romans supposedthat time when they leave home and you .1 l0u'ri.wk .. M. ......, 1Ir1lclul.. .Po...
lingworth Sheriff A. Quitnby U. P.Cain.Hilary Jailor for Jnne. .. 40 po
L Chillingworth Sheriff and A. F. ,.. | ) W .'Ierrir,at TJPi r. m
J. Clerk. City of UlaniL t'ratngbrldge/vne a3: XK Jupiter and Mercury were the gods don't see them very often that you will OB w'*h iUy MOM wiil lie at T.. M.

1 Qfrimby Clerk. I ,\Vm. N Woods of Miami, Geo. Zapf Knoeb Root,Jury 'drawing Itol:Ct... .700 that most frequently assumed human give all jou hate for the racket and the -
T& minutes of the last meeting wert H. brookt'r Co.,mda ct B. H. FIg '< : accustomed ... .
nature and that Jupiter was mud and the disorder the boy and flrth1 Its .cr. .. 45.
and J. C. Lanther of West Palm Beach __ _._..____ _. .. __ __ ......_ .by ........ .. .
...%A .rM nroved.,. Isv.,. tI ,n_ ____m:_ir.to_ __. Lc4.R' no__ L '.L L' .w........- ...5I. 8..1.........
us-- -- -rr-- made application to the Board to sell\ .to taKe Mercury aiong wua aim. acy: 'girls. Love them while you have them, r" ;1'4
The financial statement of the Board Bobbin A Grabam.ort rfor T. FV i he Meet*C'I't't, rrMa?KttM.IM..rtRct.....
the month liqnars, wines and beers in tueir respective Gray'i bill against County_... .. 103 25 called BarnabAS Jupiter was make home happy for them. Let it be aid tlo..... VIAa.. 1",'Nt ..6ft' tatIteLastte
Of Public Instruction for districts. Applicationi filed and' w.H. Kunsetl nix mOIl salary as vReg. and of noble appearance and Paul Mer- a religious home read the Bible have 'c uaU 0\'tI' .lIIi1' agl" ...144...

lay jut wu received and filed. _. ___ _.._. 50 he the GsAaaasCC.
coding notices, as required by law were given iup 62. curious or Mercury because was family prayers sing the songs of Zion, L.F.HIxDav.LdLa. .." '"
filed a bond to A. E. written itationery
Heyser, opinion
T. DeBerry yS
James chief and an eloquent man) '
speaker don't doleful
between the towns of to the public to show cause if any why ,ete_ __._.___.., 9 82 sing songs or tunes.
operate a ferry Beach such permits should not be granted.A J. D. llalbU, groetrle prlaonen Mercury being the god of eloquence.The "Come ye disconsolate" or "Hark

Palm Beach and West Palm June. __......_.?' 8 00 priest of Jupiterwanted to do from the tombs a doleful sound. Sing FUN AND FACTS.

with E. M. Brelsford and R. B. Potter as PETITION. H. V. Livermore, work on. Poor great honor to Paul and Barnabas by "We' are marching to Zion" something --

aretSet in the sum of (200. Bond approved. To the Honoaable Board of County Commissioners House__H"_ ;_ ... .J.11' 8562 offering sacrifice and worshiping them
that has got some ring some joyonsness '
Witty Sayings. later.1dt \
of Dade CoMa!Y: Frank btranaban, operating ferry15-- i
I refused the proffered deification

as gods. They in
ending June 80.__. 50
quarter 87
We the undersigned owners it.The Baafsets Brg&Ju.CustomerWhat .
of County property
removal property
Bids for the and taxpayers, respectfully petition your C. A.Woodruff, kenwene oil C H_ 1 00 and a short time after this very children are worth a great deal to

lotbe new County Seat were opened Honorable Boyd to open a road fromE. John R. O'Xell salary Jnn .?.- 50 00 people stoned Paul and left him outside us ; God pity the home where the voiceof

and were u follows: C. B Tyndall's in a straight line R. M. King one coffin and frelsbt.. 5 40 the city for dead. I am of the opinionthat the children don't ring out with b the prict ol
G. W. Baker's land Brevard A. F.QDlniby uidw for Co. mrs 84 87
T9 tf HononbU Boaid of County Com- through to Panl'was literally killed ; that his laughter and joy. Away in California this calico
County said road to be made wide Ovo. H.ifaltby.burial two paupers 26 50
.jssioaersofD.idsowiIY, FU.: enough for teams to .pass. Also! we J. E. Lnnimert, order for W. H. soul left the body f'Jr a time. Paul when the gold-seekers gathered from all Salamsn-Shtern cent a yard.

GIITI.EKr-1 will transport the further ask your Board to idcn, weed Jenklnn'bill June...._..._._.. 27 80 writing to the church at Corinth about the .States and from all parts of the Custoraer-SixtetrticHiUl I III girt
County property from Juno to Miami. and clean present center road from p. T. Skagg M. D., proteulonalaervlCM 14 after says, "I knew a man in world there and
fftraith ample tarpaulins keep e, ry. G. W. Baker's to Sett-all's Point, and to ._...._......._............_._ 9 00 years were no women DO you 15. f
of two hundred Christ about 14 yeas ago whether in ceildren there. One nieht"the miners ,, .... _..
j thing d", for the aunt declare private road made by C. H. H. Brooker Co., U. M. FIc\t'1"- _. _...--- S..'S .u..v Jan.J---. .iniIaaId6centnot .J -
; ud eighty dollars ($180). This to in- Racey and H. E. Sewall to be a i ounty muse for JDnc............__...... 8 00 the body I cannot tell or whether out of came together to hear a concert, a party I 16.
in the
duds putting the cells in place road. This road was made by C. H. A.F. Lang. Prop., drag for Co. mte 4 85 the body I cannot tell God knoweth ; of artists had come from the East; .a
buildUif at Mi-mi; also putting the hole Racey and Capt. H. E. Sewall without Ueo. W. Lalubart amt paid on Co such an one caught np into the third mother came that day with a Ciwtoraer- tents a yard I n'.1!
im laU building where the cells come to the County and we ask you vault and ale._. ,............ .,. 870 00 young I'll give you G.-Botto. Trttltt'l'lp\
wmknualike manner also hole expense heaven. How that he was caught up babe; she attended the concert. The '
.BAta to make it wide enough for teams to i Dean Brol..legal priming-County
U unit house fixed in like manner.'I .a8s. and to make it so from Sewall's. (business! ____.__'__ 81 00 Into paradice etc." little one frightened at the noise, began Positively latest style. Blot aerga .
Tl County to furnish fiee passage Point to the Bravard County line to join W. E. Nkbola rebate on ttiea...... 8 4b! Paul, to my thinking died ; his soul to cry. Some one in the concert troupe skirts fast color and all wool jtnaraaUt4 '

UtroofB the canal both ways; this Beach will the Brevard Bounty road which is being H. H.Dimick,eom,fur quarter endIng went to the celestial: city and he beard arose and requested the mother to take only $3 coat bIRKtN'3 BAZAAR.
include one trip to West Palm .... ... A
put through now. Jane 801899. .. __ 281 6AR. .
Yours things that he could not express in human the child out. An old miner Teacher-Who U
jumped t
with County books. Signed by"C. 'H.. Racey and twenty. .J.CblUlngwortb drawing Jury up can < B* shc, A
'C5Ipcd), u. D. flZNDRICSOL six others. if and Co. Com. ...orll'H__ 84 68 language. and shouted,."You stop those fiddles useful article wt get from tb# w..le,

-- The. above petition: was referred to W. T. Runhf UK.three days Co Com' Paul and Barnabas left Lystra Tm.. jet that baby cry; that is better than Johnny ? {
T; IhJab r"Wi,,,,", of Dade County, work and mileage._.. 8 00
and becamein music have heard for
Commissioner Rushing, to inspect the Eo' othy was converted there any we t Scholar-Wbnfebot \
FL R McDonald three diys" Co
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proposed- new load and report at the after years Panl's traveling companion jme.:"The tears flowed down the cheeks
GUTLKK&r.-l will move the cells, Com work and mileage.- 00 Teacher-Right! Now, what Utile
vault, safe, tables and chairs, as perpedficaUons next meeting N.. W. Pitt!. three days'ee, Com ; was bishop of the church at Ephe- of the rough miners at the thought of boy 01 girl' knows what from
from Juno to Miami for 1rort "':"--' .....___ __ 6 00 sns, and died in the faith which he es. the wife and the children away in the get
two hundred and. ninety-four dollars JUNO. FtA., July 3. 1899- G& W. Lainbartj' three day' Co 'poused at Lystra. To Timothy Paul States the Ileal? Tommy? '
We, the committee appointtd to view Cum work and mileage.....__? t! 00 Scholar-Sealing wax. IlarfetaSO.CAK
(.IMl) wr 'es this epistle _to members of the A wretched drunkard flood at t
< P. S -H required, I will give guarantee the County line, make the following work and mileage._...-.._...... 22 40 church, and among other- duties says, the bar of a saloon;his wife had no decent .
performance of the service, if contract report: We have carefully viewed out "Let them learn first to show pietyat clothes his little children were !. Puso for sue at a barni*.

should be awarded this bid. the proposed road aud agree that a road Total"_"..'..'_..'_"._'_.H'H.t 1898 12 home." barefooted. The little girl of the saloon Instrument ia condokm. Irtq tr.at
awarded to U. D.HcBdrickaon. running on a line shown in the accompanying I SUM UFficx. .W
4 Tke contract was The following.bills were presented in with shoes and ..
plat will be a good thing and There are some people that are long. keeper came new
entirely practicable and hereby recommend examined, allowed and warrants issued lug all the time for a prominent sphere proudly showed them to some of her lit. The Major-And did tbeenetny top

The report of E.H.Dimick,Treasurer, the opening of same. against the Road Fnnd : in which to serve God or do something tie companions. The poor wretch of a up a running fire?
for tie ending June 30 1899. (Signed). F. Wbldden work im (-o.road..Mn.IM. |12 00
quarter could standon drunkard conscience-stricken.. lie The
I the
for they Corporal-\\ kept
great humanity. up
for the General Fund :v E.D.V.Burr. banling on read work. 1 50
bowed receipts GEO W. LAINHART.. W. J. Shone work on Cocoannt Mount Carmel like Elijah in the put down his glass went home took a runniiig and the enemy kept np the

M follows : E. WBIDDBN (per W.V. Rushing. Grove Road.__._ '_?.__"HH 11 45 presence of Baal's priests and large mul. solemn oath that he would drink no fire all right-Youkera

April It Cavil oa .hand March' 81 Platfiledjuly6, 18Qg. J. H. 14d:Do work OD ruad.... .._..... 11 50 titadu of people or make a noble de. more ; bought shoes for his children and StatAlamlLI

"_ MB**last report.. .. ...--U48 80ATO Board spent the balance of the day did in Cesarea cared for his neglected wife. God Adolph Meyers warranted li 50, fjjoo
8, H. J. btho.1 tU"-- 8.11801 reviewing the assessment roll. .......___........................_.._. $30 45 fens for Christ, as Paul poor and 13.00 shoes for men and ladies sin
April&. H. J. Aatbony. licensee... 20 GAyr \ The following bills were presented before Felix festus and Agrippa, or inaugurate bless the children. money savera.-SIRKIX'S BAZAAR.Travelioz .

.. '. B. WUtBeld, reuenip.US Pi.&. a great reformation like Lu. The mother's influence is greatest at
JUNO July 6,1899.
unto ewtlfleatea-1 2 08 ,_ examined: allowed and warrants issued .L_... __ _____I. .. ..._ MAft ... w.ft,.... L Poob t L 1 Misaioaarv..-And bow
Board met this day. Present N. W. lUcr or preacu lu lUUUMmis cus 20. A. F, Qnlmby, license against Fine and Forfeiture Fund :
April children hare Ur. Dur-
Whit field did in England or *ait of labor the face of the earth milD) you,
__ .to3Ibdge.WtPm Beaeb_ 2500 Pittx, chairman ; W. J Shone. Ceo. W. Q A.fnrley..criminal prosecution...! 2 60 sphere on .
May 1*. W. H. Beynolda. taxes Lainhart W. V. Rushing R.E. McDonald JobaFrohoek.erlmlnalpHNuwatlod.. 4 25 on sick and dying soldiers as Florence Said John Randolph. of Virginia, "If lock TFarmer

tat Ocean TeL Co -- ....... 4882 R. J. Chillingworth, Sheriff, and R J. I billlngworth feed of priionen 88 60 Nightingale in the hospitals at Scutari. it had not been for my mother who took Burdock (doubtfully-WeH,

May tax W Mte,t,rerta B. WWtaeW_ _, mlerop'n-._ 2 60 t\. F. Quimby Clerk. "' J.R.W.J.Chilling Erickwin.worth criminal, feed of proieratlon prisoners 48 48 00 25 or Clara Barton at Santiago, or alleviate my little hands and clasped them in now, I dunno. There's Dick bad

May 3fl.J.AuithoDYtaxes._ 756 84 i The proposition to let.the County ,.- the condition of prisoners like .John prayer at her knee I should have been 'John and Kate-..fo" how many

Hay 18. H.J. ADtboDr.ln.IIt'II.HD 00 printing for the ensuing tear being Tutal..... ____'__ __$181 70 Howard. If they could do some great an infidel." children are there around here

V\,*:- .J. B. V.bitfield, redemp'n 12 K5 brought up. the Clerk read the :applica. The Board then proceeded reorgan thing, they would be willing to go to Learn first to show piety at home. Hia Wife-Nine; fire boyi and lour

".las...t.H.I.A.tho.1.tul'll.69959 Mia eevta.------- tion of THE TROPICAL SUN for the ize. N. W. Pitts declining' serve as work for Christ and humanity ; but they -e.J aBANKS girl*.

JIM.. A.J. Anthony. Hew-. 1422IN : County printing for the ensuing year. chairman, .Geo. W. Lainhart was unanimously don't want to do the little unrecordedand J Traveling Missionary fln*familyand

JIM 22.J B. Whltflrid. red mp'a Moved by Commissioner' Rushing! elected chairman of the Board. inconspicuous duties that are near MUST NOT DO I r. a fine farm, Mr. Burdock. You
til sale eerV_ .....--.-.-_-. 40 at hand-in ,the home, in the church
-- that inasmuch as we have more than board adjourned to meet first Tuesday .". keep stock, 1 presume?

97.46'i 0;; one Democratic paper published in the iu August. In the world.
Total. _- n. H Unstamped t'herk Slant Be Stemmed to Farmer Burdock-Oh,jet; 1'rt got
fund amount. County in order to treat all in an impartial A...F. QUIMBY Clerk.Some Most of the billions that have trodden
Warrant on the general the Drawer. 173 bead of Jersy rattle, 589 sheep
mnner we pass the Count this globe have passed away forgottenby
j< lug to l4.387.6l were cancelled daring 2 -, done things and 91 hog .-X. Y. World. ; i
printing from one to another and thatno humanity. Some I
tbv ending June 30 Ig99- Washington, July 14.-Commissioner
';-- The quarter following are the receipts for ibe paper be given the printing more Samples- of-Spelling.. .!, .. that God has written down in His bookof Wilson of the internal revenue bureau Boat building done right at borne lathe i
than one year in succession so long as remembrance.We most approved manner, Rood work
School Ftacl for the quarter ending there is male than one responsible A Jersy City druggist is making a col. don't know the name ofthe little has issued a circular absolutely prohibit manship and at living prices. Call on .
Jane3o,1849 lection of the queer orders he receives ing banks from affixing stamps checks Capt A. T. Rose. j
Democratic paper published in the Hebrew maiden who brought
April L Cm* om band Mait 81 ai from people who send children to the unstamped when presented, and requir.
the who She-Ob darling I will met
31U W County. U the prophet Elisha, or boy my ,
per wt report--- store for things. Here are a few samples ing them to return the same to the
5. H.J AathoDjr.' taiw.... 4.6-11 W Upon a vote being called. Commissioners saved Paul's life from the band of con I I thee forever.
April of them a,, drawers. In his circular to collectors the
April 3, H.i. Anthunj. poll-....._ 18* 00 Rushing and McDonald votedin : spirators: Jerusalem, or the man who He-Noble woman, would to heaven
April 11, ... B. \\'bltlloold ftdPlJ1p'a the affirmative Commissioners Lain. "This child is my little girl. I sent let Paul down from the walls of Damas. commissioner says : that thou wert tailor.-Jude.

tax sale ctrta--- 2 60 hart and Shove in the negative whereupon you five cents to buy to sitless powdersfor cus in a basket and saved him for future "You are%irected' notify the banks my

April 12.Tel..b Co.. H.taxes Kejnolds_ m.Int.. 0080 the Chair to decide the question, a groaor up adnlt who is sike." usefulness. We don't know the named that are guilty of stamping unstampedchecks A splendid violin, fifteen years ia as* *v*

Oeraa redeiup'nMay Another reads : widow who her two that if the practice is not immediately first Xlay 12.J.B. Wbltftdd. voted in the negative. the poor gave II IIin
tax 'Ie fftU-- 8 26 On motion of Commissioner Lainhart "Dear Doctor, pies gif barer five sense mites to the treasury of God. The incarnate discontinue they will be reported for 2500. Instrument guaranteed.

1&H.J.Anthony t*M_.._._. 1.411000 t 4tt (\a The Lake Worth News waS proposed as worse of Auntie Toxyene for to gargle Son of God became her biogra. to the United States District., Address "Violin,*' care TsoriCAl Sc..
May 18. H.4. Anthony. poll babi'a throte and ,
May 23 I. B. WultBelil, redemp'n the paper to do the official printing for obleage. pher and that story of self denial has Attorney for prosecution."The lIe-To hear you tell it, one would' }

tax .alt' ft'rt.._..__ 16 06 the ensuing year. Commissioners Lain. An anxious mother writes: stirred the fountain of benevolence to instruction contained in treasury think I told truth .
never H single
Jdt' 7 W. H. ItejnoiaD. mill hart and Shone voted in the affirmative, "You will pleas give the little boi five a soul since then.I I decision No. 19606, under date of Jnne
__ _._ 854 75 ciuts before we wire married. ,
worth ol for
.da&. 111 H to throw in
H''H epcac a
Commissioners Rushing and McDonald up want to speak of some spheres of 29, 1ScJ8. to the effect that there was no
..IN*1?. C.J.'hllllul'orth.money five months old babe. N. B.-The babe She-Well, you did prevaricate to ..
.....01 Ol body at floes RatonJew8. *.- 1 75 voted in the negative. The Chair voted usefulness where we can all work: objection to the affixing by the bank of ,
;, baa considerable i but III
.IfJ.; A..thoD1tUN-- 874 40 iu the affirmative to decide the vote. a sore stnnmick. first in the world. We are in a beau. the requisite stamps to an unstampedcheck a :d"'Dt. give
t .tI.II.J.-'utbuuY.1K.1l1.-- 500 This Ole puzzlad the druggist ;."I have and for is you credit for having told sac tIMe -1
;. Jaw- It was moved by Commissioner Rush. tiful world, made by a kind loving presented payment hereby

t Jane2z.J.B.M'bliaeld... receuiu'n 23 01 i' ing that the proceedings of each meeting a cute pain iu my child's dill gram. Please Father. He wants us to be happy. He revoked. truth once.'Indeede.

t '.Us..-,Nlt'ft't'Ia.--i r.: T. tb.rrltt.rrut- -No.11.kja..Fb1..Mafth--. I be published in detail, giving to the give. -my.. son something. release it"Anoiner has made happiness possible ; nothingin "This instruction was given to meet i : And when was that

"' -K.ol- : 24 00 public a complete statement of monejs anxious motner wrote : this world is bad but sin' Sin is the I an emergency immediately proceedingthe pray t"

tf -- expended and such other business that 'MJ; little babey l'ueatup its father's, cause of all our woe. God wants us to taking effect of the stamp act of Julyi "When you proposed. Don't yon

TotaL __ __.(8,881 65 may be transacted by this Board said parish'plasther.. Send an antedote try and make this world better. Thatis I 1898 in order to obviate the necessityof remember said

!t '. Warrants on the School Fund amount- minutes to be properly and officially quick as {olO5ible by the enclosed little what the church of Christ: is for. It returning by the banks thousands of "of you you were unworthy
mf -Chicago Evening
In j to $2,924 69 were cancelled signed by the chairman of this Board girl. is not to say prayers not to sing hymns, I unstamped checks issued by drawers in News.

Road Fund for the quarter eliding and the Clerk. Upon taking a vote it This. writer evidently in,.patn : not listen to sermons; these things are .. ignorance of the law. The law being

r June 30 1899, showed receipts follows: was moved and carried that any news- .I hal a hot time in my iovdes and good in their place; we are here to do I now generally understood, there is no No need sending away from home for

Afril t,ranh tin band March 31 a* pa| er published in Dade lonnty wish. wich I wood like it to be extinguished.What good. The church is to make good I I further need of such permission." any boats when Capt. A. T. Row caa
rt _. ____.S1.788 19 is for build you one u fine or as cheap. you .
goo-l io
"at ft1I extinguish in ? The
I i to the of the church that don'ttuTu This action taken information
1: U. I. Anthony.tan*- I.N56li3 -g publish minutes County men and women. The I was upon want. See him. and place your order. '
0_ Stay AprUS 12. W. II Reynold*. tax Int.IM Commissioners be furnished with a copy inc Ic.sed quarter for the price of the out large hearted generous pure I that certain banks had adopted the
( Tel.CW_-- -.. 2* 18May :of said minutes free of charge, the Clerkto exlinuuisher. Hurry pleas." New manly men and womenly women is a I practice of not requiring stamps as an "Yes, in one day the mercury varied

M. H.t. Anthony tax..HH 87S 42 receive: ten cents per 100 words for York Sua. failure, and God has no use for it, and ,' advertisement to secme patronage as forty-seven decree" !

.. J...9. B.J. ,atbany.ta1es.._--S4 9-tO Copying _.. _ I humanity has no nse for it. j I' against rival banks.-Times-Union and "Almost equal to my wife's tea j

a JutaJ_ ---...... ...3H 00t The Board of Public Instruction cf Hats! Hats I !TbuDWOD & Brown.* Be religious on Monday and throughthe !i Citizen. per.-ClevelaBd Main Deatar.,07 ;

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