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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00580
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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'PURELY PERSONAL., .HEIRS AFTER 15000000. LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. tilE COUNTY TIDINGSA JEWISII NEW YEAR. HERE AND THERE.Scraps .

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They Will Sue for Valuable Properly \to The festival of Rosh Haahanah u Vel.... About
Pee,.. Its They Come and Go-People Owned by H. M. }'lacler'a What the Sun'a Men .Heard In The Budget of Interesting items From rated by Our Hebrew. Mrrcb. t of and Tint

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*' -A.H.!ut T ftf Psrwnat'ltimi:: ..:.Visitors iaU Lawyer Malhado, of New York has A Klrror of Minor."H pj>.ainji, Very.CirtfiUy Compiled in' Confined to that Last Monday night was the occasionof Newsy Notes any hams ct Interest te t

City and Citlxens$ Visiting been retained by the heirs of Fernando dents, Comlag Events, and aGalaxy t Which U'of Most lateral to tbe one of the most important ojF the Everybody in General and boba'y .iin -

:? "**, Out et the City. Arredondo, some of whom live in Spain ,of .CurrsM'Gossip.. .. Cllliens. of Dade.CouatyPOHPASO religious celebrations of the Hebrew Particular ,t -

1 to begin ejectmeLt proceedings against --..' ., ,., people, the begioing of the Jewish new ... ... -. I
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f Capt.T. M. Richards psse4JTuesday certain of the largest property holders in The Mayor has sworn in David t POINTERS: year. The festival j.; which is of very Frank Chase'uf Boynton is. asking t

*. iatoVu, : : 7 { t |U St. Augustine Fla., pn l the .grottndthat McCuen, u. a special police officer., ", ancient origin, commenced in reality on the work of the Hotel P.dmsaffditlmxt. t
; f, I Tuesday, but, owing to the custom of !
they have no legal tltl, to the; land says. Roland Hardy was in Miami. Monday. ---- -
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Mb Belle ,Earnest, is visiting friends the New York Journal. Joe Barman, well known everywhere' fj M. Carroll and A. J. Evan of. Hypolcio the Jews in dating their days from subset J O. Cheatham moved Monday Into j i
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v in Miami this we i. > The Arrendo case originally appeared in Florida, is seeking to regain his were with us Thursday.mith'a to sunset it was ushered in on Monday one of the \\'hilldill cottages on Fern
health at Hot Hot N. street.
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Springs i to < nightThe
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; x ,...l!. 'y{1 I'ierct. Qf Boynton was In town Uje $ Hotel is Bearing completion occasion marks the advent of the
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the ceisiott. of FloridabrSpalnlothe' T. Grant wearing his
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.f: .reetaardaX aq) bpcfriesa jntt:,, Henry was arm and will soon be for boarders. There wil be a celebration of tbe Holy ,
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first day of the seventh month the
Jnited States. The in a sling last wtek from the. effects of Communion in f
Mrs. W. G. DeBerry, of ,Miami..is in mr.nth of Tishri,according the Hebrew Holy Trinity Episcopal
r government claimed the Arrendo grant an injury received while at work in tie We understand that there will soon be Church next Sunday' morning it S
.I- a- town this week visiting old friends. which comprised 300 coo acres. Daniel Royal Poinciana. a fertilizer factory right here at Pompano. calendar and is followed by a period of o'clock. [ .

\fc 1 Inmaa .H. Fisher went up to Jupiter Webster, among others, then contended Foreman penance, lasting for ten days and cul- '4' ,
and
i Joseph and Miss Hattie Geo. 0 Butler wife were passenger
yesterday to look ,after his pineapple that prior concessions made by Spain in minating in the Day of Atonement of W. A. Filer, of Lemon City, is commandant .
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Marsten of Palm Beach, are to be mar. on the ;train Monday. night'to
; Septembe/lsth. The celebration &f the
place there. Florida: u1d. not be taken fro nthe I of the quarantine launch! patrol
j _- I grantees. Spain had sold the propertyin tied next Tuesday at the CongregationalChurch 'Miami.. .. '. first day of the seventh month. the Rosh j. being operated<< under direction of' Dr.

Frank B. Everett left Tuesday' morning dispute to the Arredondo famfly.Fernando'Arredondar << at West Palm Beach.W. r '-?LL Hardy S. R. McElveen and J. S Hashanah, dates its beginning from the J, W. Jackson, health ('fficer'at Miami

'' ; forHendersontflk; N,. C..;'for a few retained 'his interest M. McGuire, a merchant who was' mo\e were some 'Of'the many excursionists time of Ezra, when the:Children of Israel
s i A resolution was passed at the Town
1 montha'trip. in the land, whiie, other owners! recently burned out at Umatilla, in .to Miami Sunday night returned from Babylon to re-establish Council

N..W. fitts and wifeleft. for Massarcfeuetts sold. He a ( of to Lake County, has been prospecting fora Jerusalem .under his direction. In that meeting Tuesday afternoonfixing
attorney
gave power E. A. Ehmann is his
working
pine and Tax
special Fire Wilt of
: ._ laat week to enjoy a.visit at i Portuguese named Moses Elias Levy, location for business Dade. day it was celebrated, as a secular festival -
apple plantation getting it ready for five mills, in addition to the mxilage '
;. their eld home. the religious celebration occuringin .
who, it is alleged, after Arredoudo'sdeath Millions of dead fish washed up on'the covering, which he intends doing at aneulydate. allowed by law.

'. JJrM .*W. Pngh is up from Miami for changed his name to Ynlee, and beach was a picture of interest .at the spring with the beginning. of the first .:...
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month Y\nt since 1" all i-\t r>iia1
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&hI.i week under that name was elected the first --- Y,1. uut iws. au L/iauiawot par Annmoeroi the merchants hoardlayhouse
afe "II.. onyaprofgsignai ocean last Sunday: They"are supposedto I.
f. t b s\ tTri tt. ;i. ..I 'J. United States' Senator from. Florida, "*C.F: ,'Peacock,.of Jensen came down poses, the Hebrews have now adopted keepers and otters were surprisedwhen .
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n IIQ. ..ea, :: p. .' .... have been kitted i by the recent .
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.household Is and calender festival
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Ynlee for
to Six years ago *. I'l bllttjlrcap. upon their.
Mrs. P. .... Lansing Delia __ f analog .tools ready futJl business 1 his I
kftfor nandina died in New York. become a religious one. :occupation tax and penalty of'eight or

,thfajnek la" enjoy *-j*n**nt'a* n" visit wi&' t4 T-he Declares that m& y.P.the James ,Holly has begun the erectionof wife following.. later.. The, festival of Rosh Hashanah was 'ten dollars additional for non-payment

her skerin that city. j jCM. p.1 wharves'!and railroads of the city In. a ''twelve1.' room house for WilmonWhilUUa Chas Hale'of.if: ti' rnandina, arrived f&rt1;associated with the blowing of the I within the specified time. .

-: Gardatr. editor of the Sj1Z1I3f.I cltI Ing;WotPoaendeLeon'Hotel and oa .the lot adJoinl, g' bis home Monday Bornbig wUh lock stock and I trumpets,.and that is one of the featuresmatk'edthebegianiogoft' 'I ,. ,

.k .w"' ,,tfts ."it cFfa': other pI'OP.ertl"'II-. .A &utinCo ,anillegallyocrSpyfaj on_ the'The ,. "7--\.. .. .-. lilf.tnW: taiie.alasaddedatiotberg iii! the,. present, ,-IAs:t ,Mond Dr. R. V. pierce the World's Medical .
,'I' "'..". __ !'It 5tq n:. .. [ 6ukh .Dispensary man of Buffalo,11. Y., i- t
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I4 e Lntet d,hjtibape r. I g\h AeredondorP4'erty : j 1 QioiQd f
elation.y
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;..., dating from the Jewish calcalatiotfofltime Ranting out 2,000acres of rkeW the VST ..y -
iTueaoay afiraiag lira:; Go\ S. Adams' -The jalve of,the property is about electric light plant shut down for .. :
1 .n JK1illi : of the Odvand .the ten days of flat lands lie owns along the % John*
nod her daub\ .Ruth,returned rroitheir 15,000,003. repairs and new machinery last'Safer- GoilA MtiT6dG$1) river. This :
will be .the
j. t- I '4' 1-4'" .a.J L 1 mediation and penaee. end on September ... largest :area
visiting to Lemon u night. What with acetylene '" -
i trip City. ftI Labor. Day At m.mI kerosene oil the Mrs. V. O. is
1. lamps town was not Spencer' visiting at
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JIa: W, S. Clow left this mooiing; ,>, i( ,, Yom Hakippurim, which is the culminating 9
bet f'ittsbitkb home to be .tisbtlt'fro iWindella September 4th was a gala day for our left in darkness.-- Riviera again this week. and must sacred day of the periods As we go to press we learn of the '

PlanUtidn for some lime.' sister city at Miami, Labor pay being The sea wall*that were badly! damaged Launch Therella oa the ways to be are begun on that day at 10 sudden death of Mr. Wm. Kelso an old 'j i"

made the day of celebration.The on the East Side by the recent storm shod was one of the events last week. o'clock in the morning, and last until 6 resident of this piece. Mr. Kelso was at

froth Ceo Msaalapan L. Brauning Cottage came and up reports Tuesday the attraction and drawing card was cannot be rebuilt or repaired until the White Plymouth Rock: chickens seem o'clock! at night, the faithful fasting the work in the Ro al Poinciana as stair i -

finest of sport fishing from the wreck of the float display by the business houses water lowers somewhat in tbe Lake; at to be the fad with our local poultry whole day. makerwhen stooping over.to pick up
J and certainly great credit is due them present the water II higher than it has fanciers. In accordance with the custom of their something he fell on the floor ud was
,. the 'Dh'Kim Soon. t
for the energy and laiish outlay to make been for months. faith, the Jewish merchants inVest picked up lifeless.Mr .

Steve Castellano returned yesterday the feature a sgcpeW: -'..Almost' every Palmqnist's Sloop was put on the ways, Palm Beach closed then stores Monday

i from Miami, where he has been visiting business house took part and each according Quarterly meeting at the M.E.Church cleaned, recanlked and repainted last evening and kept them closed until Flagler has bought the old pa.
begins next Sunday with services at week and is afloat aud vilion north of the Coquina and will, it
his brother C. A. Castellano to his to its business and means made a again gone. We :nesday night.
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday there is rumored, build smining-pool and
borne id Knoxville Tenn. j t component part of a float display seldom Mrs Harry DuBois .. I
fipished visitingat
will be morning and evening services at casino on the site. It is also said that the
-b" Capt. H. B. Shaw. Superintendent of excelled even by large cities. the usual hours, conducted by Dr. Ful-] her father's this morning and, with The Literary and Social Club.IROCRAM will have an iron pier constructed

the Life Saving Service in this district, Games and races formed a part of the wood presiding elder of this district. her baby, left for her, husband, home ---tee. It is reported here that it will take two

passed through Wednesday on Palm L. C. Oliver, through his local agent, FOR SEPT. 14 years to complete the work no* laid out
of West Beach contributed about one
torn from a trip of inspection statsojnBontb Postmaster John N. Clark, of Lake from Dickens Prose by Mr. Flagler at this point-Oimoud i
H IL Cook, is negotiating for a lot in Quotations ,
1 hundred people to the general attendsance Gazette J
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Worth became so lonesome since his Sketch of
the low rate of|i.oo round trip this town on which( t.e will erect auj ice Biographical' Tennyson-Miss l

Major N. S. Boynton is expected to given by the P. B. C. fly being an inducement storage building sufficiently larger/ to wife has been gone that he wiJower's went to Kennedy.Ivy The Columbia has proven her speed ;
arrjve this week to look after bold three carloads of ice. This loons town and joined the Gras Green-Miss Bower.
at Boynton to many to go and and see the and right; to represent America ia tbe ;
some extensive improvements to be made development of the south end of Dade. 1 as if the Arctic Ice Works intends to Club. "Child's History of England-Mrs. great lutctnational Contest. In a race 9

on his place before the next trucking Altogether the celebration .a grand take care of their patrons-interested The "Mary B." is still on the Lake Gruber.. with the Defender Monday she made an r t s
and tourist season. reports to the contrary notwithstanding. Worth having David Copperfield-Mrs. Moses.
success. ways auxiliary power put average of ten miles an hour in a thirty.
.
.._ .. .- Enoch Arden-Miss Willson.At i
in but will probaly be to in the
The pressure brought to bear on the ready go three mile recover a triangular course. ;
o'n
A Deserved Promotion. water the latter of this week forepart the meeting Ang. 3151 a new
Oot What He Deserved. Commissioners part or The Shamrock is
County to put a stop to undoubtedly a fast
,I t '__. ____ of nextEverybody: Constitution and Bylaws were adopted. '.;.. r. b I. I
.1t' the lawlessness charactenzing North ----- .joii tat auc mnsl move lively to WUI
has information that has I
There
on no The present board of officers were reelected -
Prazee "Alligator Joe") was
: Joe Miami through its saloons far has this that coveted cup this trip.
for time so up way, nearly make
THE SUN
t fined and costs by Justice reached some to act until the annual electionin I II
Thursday Rio than has the had the effect of causing the refusal of ing up their minds we never would get
of given us greater pleasure June, 1930.
t Atkinson upon conviction a charger official notice from headquarters of the I three applications for liquor permits, as it, are now rejoicing to know that workon I I On Monday night, August Mia, the

preferred against him by Constable Ocean Steamship Co. and of the Centralof will be seen by the County Commissioners' the rock road coming from town this advertise legal limitation placed upon the fishermen -
r Prohock, charging him with careless Bill Nye once a cow for i
Co. the report in this issue. Two applications I way has finally commenced and that it I of Florida by the members of our
Georgia Ry. ,
announcing
and dangerous exhibition of firearms in pro- sale in the following manner in a local .
motion of Walter Hawkins to the position were refused at their last meeting. will be pushed through to completionnow Legislature, expired. Fishing ha* UQW'I
I the pool room of ,Hayes and Ranlerson, paper : "Owing to my ill health I nil I i
t fast the rock can been resumed on Indian, Ricer
of General of the traffic departments as as, be hauled. wild cm.
Agent The Gas Co.
oa.Wednesday night, when he scattered Acetylene are now readyto sail at my residence in township 19 siderable vim. all
Nearly the
; the crowd by indiscriminately flourish. of thesetwo, companies. accept orders for the lighting uf The Rowley brothers returned in the range 18, according to government sur. fishermen have principal

J. l lax his revolver and firing the same' in This puts Mr. Hawkins at the head of business places and residences. This Ina from their'pineapple slip trip to the rep, one plus rssberry cow,aged 8 jeais. trust, to whom they joined ship the their l.a Kk Iah lI\"me direct

the room. Joe was a little off in his both freight and passenger business and I week Messrs. Whidden, Lauther and Keys last week and this week took some She is of undaunted courage and gives From -

calculations as to 'the mount of spirits a deserved recognition of the past service, Oliver have their places brilliantly illuminated lumber down in their Inch to their milk frequently. To a man who doe Jacksonville the fish\vilr ldistributea <

\ which be could comfortably carry under of this energetic and popular gentleman, from the city plant and are Jto'n QJ1. plantation where June is staying not fear death in any form she would l>e Advo ate. to all points.. -Icdfia Ricer: I II'

his belt 'Therefore. ;,;his .trouble.-Mi. THE SUN believes that the companies well pleased with the light. As soon as to finish their house while Frank a great boon. She is very much attachedto r ; ;.

It ami Metropolis interested will have no occasion to reget more piping arrives the streets will be came back with his launch and has goneto her present home by means of a stay The people of the East coast hero ,

. the confidence reposed in Mr. Hawkins lighted and that will ,be a great .aad towu to do some freighting, with it. chain. She is one-fourth shorthorn and I I much to be grateful for in getting only

The Morgan Cattle Deal. and predicts for him a successful caieer much-needed improvement I -_.1 .. -- three-fourths hyena. I will also ,throwin I an extreme edge of the Porto Rican

and further.promotion in the future., The appointment' of Maj.'N. S. Boynton a double barrel shotgun which goes I I hurricane. When it j-x tp to Hatters ,4

Last Wednesday's Tampa Times 'con--' -.e- to the position of Supreme Advisorof 1 I Oood- Order and. florals."' with her. In May she usually goes away ,I it blewJrom 120 to 140 miles; an irx:t.

tallied tbe following : t Rtc tbi i I Is put into print. Mr. Camel, the Order of the Knights of the Mac Be it':enacted that'females shall not for a week or two and comes back witha I It was possibly grater than ibii;' as t u

Alejandro Capote, son-in-law of,; thei the'Jelly\iiianofactnring mane will have cabees, a position created by the recent enter any public bat-ruoms in the town tall, red calf with wabbly legs. Ket then.it blew part .,t the registering l 1

R Cuban millionaire, Fernando de Castro; folded his tent. and silently hjed ,away I Supreme- Convention of the Order, of West Palm Beach Fla., where spit t. name is Rose.-1 would rather sell her to strum nt away. U the Ealt Coast hal I I.

who has bought E. O. Morgan's k of t9 his Ormond home. While here be carries with it a salary of "$5,000 per Otis and intoxicating, liquors are sold, a'non-resident.* bet 11- isited with a gale of i*> Bile an

;,e cattle on the Kisaimmeerange' arrived: put up icob gallons'guava juice to be annum. This relieves the Major of the unless provided with physician's p.- hour we JDgbt! have lived tit) I

here by the Plant line yesterday ;and worked up into jellies in their Ormond onerous duties of Supreme Record to pre-. An Entire Change, "Where sm I at 1"-:Daytona Gu-t",
sc.iption purchase liquor for medicinal ,
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a' this morning deposited $20,000 to bind factory. 'Mr.;Fred Carnell operated the Keeper, the position he has filled for so I -- I!

i the deal. The tranlctioD'involves between factory here while his father operated a long a time. purposes. The Boarding Ilouse at the depot has I Capt. II. B. Fron'rger has invented !
II I Be it farther enacted that women beet remodeled reoccupied and refnruished !
:3,000 and 25,000 head and the factory at Lemon City, .where he, ,has Tho telephone exchange of this town I shall not loiter congregate or assemble with new and clean household- and patented a safety valve aud $nm j ',
price paid is not far from Eli per head. ,ooo gallons of the juice"ready to be I i I and kitchen furniture. It has been thor- for gasoline and other volatile! fnlj'He '
its switch-board about the
got at last and this highways, or in the vicinity
It is undoubtedly the largest deal in manufactured into jelly Many a fam- oughlv cleaned and much improved, has a remarkably good thing, ekp.cullj
week chief electrician J. E. Chambers immediate to public barroom in the
cattle ever made in Florida and it is ily from their few guava bushes have 1' any I loth in appearance, neat..css and management as the Roveinmect is to insust tb Kjatf .
has been kept busy totting in 'phones town of West Palm Beach, Fla. (especially the latter two qualifications
doubtful if another of equal magnitudewas made a neat little sum this vear.to.- I carrying gasoline for their ends -*uust
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and '
getting the principal residences and Any ordinance t
person 'to.
ever made in the South." coanut Grove Cor. in Miami Metropolis. I exceeding Mrs Carrie Leon has leased the] house be provided with s fety robes It is
business houses connected fur shall be fined not five dollars
., .. up. ani assures her old patrons and new said that CapL Frccibergt-r has: refused
I : Takes a rich man to draw a cheat, a Chambers is an adept; .t the busip.es for each offense, or imprisoned for not ones that she will gltdly prove the" gto.xofarhispotent

The Galcestdltq .Sun says that never horse to draw a c8JlJ apJ4ty! : girl to hid the maaagemeatl (gi?,fortunate Jo<>>|more than twenty days:at discretion above assertions to them Wne1 ever they is well known on the Fast Cap.Coast Frcmber-and his

j before,U.the history of.Ajachoa County draw attention, a toper to draw a cork, have secured hU &erviceThe central of the Mayor. calL hosts of friends will
rejoice with
The house the him ia
on ist instant
Fla., has.the phosphate! industry been {a a free.barbecue to draw a crowd and an station in Geo. S, Adams' office it kept. I The above is the text of an ordinance and 'it has opened already about fourteen his good fortune in having a raluabltpatent.

inch escellent financial condition.. wdrese ta p !p5Jl1 tftdraw Ir* "hell." 'On) in Council 1
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AND FRIYOUTY.RULE IN' Ia.-wtaat earnest ABE : & SpN. tflUNAGUS' T
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I 1' LATEST GOWNS. .To'meett1 demand of tiie luxury O9 '< Prepared lo SW" ", :
j '. loving and prompt paying Americanthe t1 Does'Your Stationery with" '

k J" \t-hlte TftQet I, Parisians set.the pace In undergarments The Three Friends j! t : you I
; Blch Fasor-New. and do all their labor of construction :. .
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est GaraltuH8 of Threaded. Velvet by hand* but our own manufacturers Tailoring: Company; Suit;'You ? Seed Mi_ it Uffcg Pftei -.0
.' and Rlbboni-Skoalder Draper. .... -
follow their lead BO closelyand Pork
eearfs and Fights., Fresh ,
admirably tn'machine wrought

_% Beauty and elegance nave. become pieces'that It Is really a matter more SUITS AID.. PASTS' MADE TO ORDER,. J Beef,

common things where fashion congre of sentiment than worth that dictate ', t Next to:his wearing apparel time i*>otbifig '
gates.. The proof of this lies In the the purchase of the French article. fa 5 Poultry
-Ie- tact that gowns pass our notice now On both sides of the water the effort Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingA :' really Beat roan is 10 particular about as Egp. JO

without so much &a leaving an .1m-' is always tending toward a reconciliation ,
-I pre slon which formerly we woul Xeats'.al<Y.Yont '
have! thought models: of luxury and news. that every woman demands, and FIT AXD WORKMANSHIP 60WlTEED. his rho. f Native:
.. r, i in very truth, i, does proclaim, .
it requires eoniethlng QuIte out of the precautions against bulkiness that no t Solicited.
.1 t-" woman ,can allow. Torn over a heap WEST PALM BEACH FLA. mesa as a neat fitting and stylish suit-of Pfttroasgft

".. 1i- :of garments all fresh from Paris,. and +'Market,pn>Banyan Str6t,
1t i
j = I you will find that, though silk Is so clothes proclaims the man. '
f "ei slightly used In their make up .none iMi WEST 'PALMBEACl..
i G. W. 1DNBR -
save the petticoats perhaps but will ., ( : r

run through the circle of a thumb ring. It,will if it is .
t ,
"
=
< Everywhere that an Inch of goods & SON. Y' ; neM.iSttte.: ; .
,
,
.. ; ; <#
might& be pruned away the artlsfs scissors furnished by : n,, ; 9
you
have sliced to good effect and ; J West HlmBtocb, Hondo.
lihf t
?'It GiI with no loss In the charm of the gar Jewelers and '

L oJ'. LI ment. For example all chemises_are ,. ..pticians ,
the kindof house- : .
sloped to fit the figure like a glove right a present: aTricer ap Autholired,0apitel100,000.WIdUp't'cpitaI. '

The newest French pattern abows a Watches Clocks, Jewelry, ; f
; pearance and make ILl good impression, w'hich : 115.000.
novel! arrangement by which a tiny Musical Goods, Strings, etc. i. .
S side body Is Introduced under the arm I would not be the case if you used shoddy OFFICERS:
t ; W1 l; and the seam skillfully manipulated

.. that it can never act as, an Irritatingcause Stationer), Ink, ;Blank' BOOS sJ paper that was poorly printed. I'. Ejt/fNVlpk, ."eaJd8lt.

against tender flesh. To obviate (I. D. MDRICK80N, YitePrtttitat.CEO. .

any awkwardness in getting In and out NEWS,DEPOT Now while speaking of houses that-rare 1 L&'RA'"INJ. Cashier '
of snob a chemise the long slip either "' I
buttons ties on the shoulders or Is DAILY PAPERS. "right," we must not fail to mentionThe I .-.Office H.un From t a.m.M a p. m. .

aChf 16R. U1CIU- opened down the front well below the .
i, common to art attention and excite waist line and this delicate,garment. Fine Watch Jewelry ,R.eDai nl .. 6sw8IBal tDBBvsiglfaTrusacladCptiectlonrpromptty( ;

comment Tte pr&seut season Is quick. is shuffled off as easily as a pinafore: remitted os day <4receipt.
rJ.b fretting cut Its little 1:our and baa In taking away from the chemise IX ALL BRANCHES.Stfiiioli ; Drafts boatt aid sold oa UM ,ria- .
: ._muhed tilt i er od where link that Is about the waist line the .skirt'length dpaleitlM.tH UII1t. 4 lUte&. 4-2297
Bl9Ck West Piis! Buck
la noted of > IOJDOHOGHUEJ
Dew to be In the kingdom has been Increased. The long chemise 'ni l
.
i
fashion; what is hi. and few changes has topically done away with that

iI Occur wortb u feminine ; _
:f' White taffeta: indeed. U high In the wardrobe, the short petticoat She Clematis,Avenue Tropical {

1 regard cf the leaders of dress at pry i who wears a silk nndervest Is In com i .
eat; tunics and polonaises of taffeta I Con bound to adopt a brief.tunic under '
: Store THE ALL :aoUIiDNGTIllAPlEH.
are much worn over underskirts and I Supply --::

bodices of lace, caught at the war by e ,.1 c.u ..ft n. ,
a clasp or button. and they are minutely ::-Wett Palm Bench. Florida.J. ,, ;
l' : '- locked all over till the silk looks as p. D. MATHS Piopnetor. ( .l.iJ. ,. .

If corded. On bodices this tucking Is
often advantageous, for the present (.k_,U uses .| a.,..,..
t date fitting, unadorned style does not Mj Motto-Muck Bale and Small Proflu"" ,. Which .-,a-well-merited.,reputation-for is-now 4 :
i 1 atilt too slender figures, and the tuckIng Beach/a&d tally prepared
I, gives roundness without taking Bahery,Goods and ** .furnishing high-grade work. TBE SUN has I. do work to gratify hit patrons.

": away from the fitA
e Family Groceries
touch of back! Is the acme of the best equipped Job Office talong' 4be/Et .
I .
smartness on light gowns but another : ....;My Specialty.Goods .
,
idea Is a cbou of shaded pansy velvet, delivered free to Coast, and is better prepared DlW.\h&1l ever StlM8.; o JP.eIaic'.EbelW88T }
any partof
from light to dark on the left side of the City or across_the Lake. before to meet. all the requirements'bfj.the
the bodice or a yellow chou. from delicate 'PALM'BEACH.
in Orders Given Prompt Attention.
maize to rich orange. The Idea Is t. trade in that line.IUghgrade'W .
to give a strong dash-of color some Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest ,
,prices paid for produce.
where. country
GO-TO..._ -
Sleeves are being made with a band Boy of me and wfll nartf 700 mOle,. 6-1-97 ork f
d' of three tacks round.the armhole so :

is to keep them quite fiat and yet givea I .1 Errlcksoil Restaurant
the
Is kind THE
SUN. does
little relief to the severe outlines Geo.S; Hacker Son ,, ; ,
.' wblcS not every shoulder can do with. : rF : "* t .

A sloping shoulder line Is once more THE BOLERO CACHE COBMT. I WHEN'IHJ H2AKL 1.
and,the kind. We hfOI
only ;
to accepted standard of beauty. her ailk'orP/eambrtc' underskirttnd. ;r l ) C\jhrojgh'f

Oneof, the latest forms of trimming though-.by this device she pares:away 1 f H :
an experience'exte&diBffoverfrft&uB& ib f
resolves Itself Into a threading of some, bulk"at ti b u4( bust,tad itouMerlinesheVloablt's xi .:
\velrretor' ribbon, through the blaa the> :thk-km-M at,her le J I y.. years-that: t,'.P'-Y'" w.do.: t.h t-owe. pa'r.; !_ 8lNtr U ulL
i hjwlf'or the embroidery. This ,
ii : waist and. hips. With the tight fitting JI -'
gathered from the accompanying long skirted chemise! tht fattest *of I ."' ;ODce-Jte a, customer hei1rilh\tet:kaowlDI 1I e 4(*>wft .........'..
]- sketches, the first two gowns both' relief ; t .
women gets all the glut deserves I :
: bdcs threaded, this manner. The and carries two. undergarments Insteadof ;that what !U'done for hlm-wUl. .dOlLeaIGBT, 1 UI.B.. !' ......

'.- one on the left has a tunic of mauve three. ._ ______ L_' ..
and la a manner that win_ ue...,both neuing
taffeta, completely covered with narrow Right at the top and bottom all the ; j <

racks fastened with large straw chemise decoration is done. Some-of! : :: and attractive. TOHN'BRRIGKSON()
buttons. The revers and underskirt.Of them are long enough to reach halfway ,

ecru guipure are slashed with black to the ankle and have their edgescut & PKOPKIETOB.SUBSCRIBE'.
velvet The Is In pastel MANUFACTURERS OF ,
other gown In deep Vandykes or scallops or e
rose voile the tunic having a large wedged shaped tabs, and then to these And that's the AVT, rJ'LOBIDA.
I
teciilooae double plait of cream lace. arc applied little wavelets of lace. Doors Sash, .

With black ribbon passed in, and out. i t Camisole cache corset or underbody

Cairow tucks edge the tunic which call that garment what you win. but do Blinds, MouldingsAND ..
la fringed with black silk. not give It any length below the waist Cheapest after.;all. :

The second group of sketches consist line. The prettiest and most useful
of a dress of ecru guipure over Building terial <
I styles are made In bolero and handkerchief I '
white voile the tunic fastening shape and an exceedingly recent .. .t
down the right side! with a latticed invention In this line Is.cut, to fold .CHARLESTON, s. C. Even though you might be able to.'send'elso-

riW>on velvet. The yoke Is draped ficbuwise but perfectly Bat, over the ". Largest Factory South. for ,and -J ; :.
where your Stationery. aavei possiblya
round the shoulders fichu fashion with
shoulders across the bust, and pass Send for Prices.
\ black niousrftline de sole. The over- Ing under the arms, the ends of It few cents on an order .amounting several '. ,
dress In the second figure is laced fasten by two flat pearl buttons In the 0 b '

t center of the back. Those that button ; dollars, remember that time is consumed and .
) orthodox fashion down the front are

-I cut off sharply at the waist a,broad f'j delays occasioned in doing so, and .that. if !- .

.4p. embroidered beading serves as a belt, I 'e J ,
[ mistakes should occur, you will have more or
and through this a ribbon is run for .

beauty's sake says the New fork Son, less trouble in getting them rectified.
from whose summary of this !year's

attractions In underwear the Illustrations .

and present fashions are .repro .An'advertisement p
=tw duced. The Sun Guarantees .

The Gray Fell Hat
The popularity of the gray felt bat !is Satisfaction e

r perhaps accounted for because according -
; to the New York Sun, *lt gives I
t a'(''.p Yl young women an opportunity to express I in ,
i and is here at home where it-stands '
r right ,
y y. their feelings. It meant nothing I
if they wore bangs and allowed their >*FOB .5TIIE II
: 1 1t Y ready at all times and under all circumstancesto
sailor hats to slip back from their fore- THESriNwill: I I

t7"Y heads. A Tam O'Shanter supposed to fulfill its contracts to the letter. 'It you \
give some Impression of carelessness t!
t i- tr 3 S and Indifference would not do becauseit are not satisfied with work.you mayJiave f;
was worn by women of all ages. v)
< I II I Turning up her coat collar was unbe- gotten elsewhere. and wish a change in the ... "
I coming to a girl and likely to make her
.
style of Stationery .
or grade your '
:
coat set badly. It was not until the bring ,results
,. soft gray hat turned down In front ai.. c SUN.

was as accessible to young. women as tJ
I 1 It was to joung men that they were ....:11 : Send in a* trial order '' .

SEW PA&18UH MODELS. I able to express their moods: In :the an .L WAIL -r.for .". i I
4 '
down with silk cord and withfringe. -s. t
edged game way. Every summer resort Is .. anything.you may need ain '
< The shoulder drapery is In twot i ir'
.
.
C this year filled with these soft gray
hadV.. of silk muslin. ? :
-i c\- ring
em quick.
bats on heads of both sexes. .
; :'" : }. ws.. .
Many Parisian models have a long. : f '
'; the office or counting room-Letter Heads, j ; ." .
;
muftI scarf or shoulder drapery in >' -
Chiffon or moasseline. even cloth Abot Summer Word, ') 1 ..., -
Note -HeadsStatements'TagsEnvelopes, :9 -
Just :
The most expensive word..tiat, can try it. I
(awns being treated with this fichu- f ".. ,
*4
I lib .t.I4' Formerly w e should have properly be applied" to a'woman tilth .Cards, Bill Head,Bills, ,of Lading, Counter -, "' .
r COftMored such a mixture of the ee-. word "dainty. A woman marl) be ,. "

( ere and the frivolous the thick and stylish well dressed, good looking ball ,. .. Pads, Circulars Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pam .-' '7 ,..:. .
the tlln. a* Incongruous and out of a hundred other things without any t.. '.

keeping; but incongruity Is not now In considerable amount of expense,0 tot to phlets, or in fact anything that you may want I .
tie dictionary of fashion.i live up to the requirements of the word "' .
"dainty" meant that the person' so designated in the line of PRINTING-
i Already tide of the eel skin skirt. 'has leisure absolutely naea-
.
It turning and a refreshing fullness coached upon. It means money plenti- .

al'P'-t-jI on many of tbe-leading Parisian fully supplied a taste, unspoiled by a :;
models. Many bear witness to actual desire for extravagance color or form And we will I .

fulling at the back. Some have lit-- I "Dainty" means all these and many] Brelsford Bros ,

S 8 tufti about 3 Inches In length In other things says the NewYork Her WHEN iiLTackwavUle be sure tad m-

I the center of tbe back from which tbeskirt ald. It means absolute freshness of materiaL Real Estate and Insurance please ..sure. : It your Old Friend who will surprise
sets out in graceful folds. Having of ribbons laoea, muslins,,gar you 'Ton with Bargains
.
assisted Joyfully at the birth of the nitures of all kinds. Itmeaosorgandles i itlncrnmpled. PALM-BEACH, FLA. b Brr Goods,' Clothing and
tlzht stilt the Parisians are now prepared raffles fresh from launder i I .Gents'
to.do equal honor< to its obseqatea. Lug, laces unspotted from th*world'aad I. Notary'fnblic.. Cottages to,Rent F111Ifshlap__
Soft black flowing skirts withQWuaea from everything else, water 1011'0I h I I D: liNGER,llaucsr
Budding,North oft "BrIde street,
in extrenselj fashionable starch... la abundances. I e.t-YTPoswF. Io Hotel. UoJotI JLCLYOI4TU.LN. .nom,


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_.t: TH* TROPICAL 8DH, ,WEST- PllH.'BIACFFtOJHpV.: ,. : .' -THtJBglUY' .,. 8EFIEHBEB. T, 1829, S'

F -- > "

,5*, g. .- fiLI-- OD. Ftl ;OWS, ""-1 :HEADQUARTERS" .p .o::. West E. H.Dunc, Mathushek Pianos F

,
? r lu.s', t Proprietor ,.

H.Hers Will 3sa.iable at D tftt. I tJ.J & fes' Dress Goods Ready !I' Are iaaon With ft Name,
*, Triple Umk 3etet.. I' Palm
Pianos That Have A Reputatio
'T"Made Shirt
t Skirts Underwear
oter Vine epmplijmee with general order No. ,
1 of fbi commander in chief, Alfred S. Profit Waists Hosiery and 'Shoes. Beach second to none. They *ra the ;
,
... _'. kind that lure stood the teat of
d ;or, w "* i Piui on,permission is granted to can- '
: : tfcs dd chevaliers to attend in uniform j Dry Goods. Men's Furnish'gsBEADY time any have satfifled tbe moat

,, i RED MEN.V'' U jhe seffiion of the sovereign grand lodge, Drug critical musicians .' '
House" every 1.
to be held in the city of Detroit Sept. 18' MADE MOSQUITO CANOPIES
.....
'Cv *f -......ew.r. iliarlJU (9 JM."And participate in the ceremonies, Store. They Are Not i

..u....U* TraIL parades .and exercise" In connectiontherewith. old stile pianos that bare bees '

The Degree of, Fovahootu hu 18Ieomrdla rented for years and then offer .
There 23.62S fRebekahs in Illinois and Royal PoincIana
are Pliarioacy
b California, with a total membenhip : SPICY ed "
of about -14.781 females. 8,817 males. ,, as "grsat bargains, nor are .,

l&Q which is tnbsUntial 'l'he day of Oct. 19, 1899 has been selected' they "cheap, low-gratle"planol
cab "for' a grand parade'of all Odd -DEALEK8 IS- made to sell "at half price.

.over.lut.report.Mrs Fellows of. California. ':' Every Piano Is New
Annie E. Too inatiy'm mool'l receive their oblfgtffons'faf f. ,
S' :,abe tr Pr ; one&trliad let them go out BRIGHTSPARKLING, :, ;. .;: ,. ., Drugs Toilet Articles and every part la made ia the

t_, ibsco promoted pa Beet wings at the other, and yet the ,',.: Matkufhek Factory
Ito .thas dose, t crlii1 tIqIlo) ( the bl't'threo.are truer to which is a guarantee tint U will
treat rfocahaitaa -, rJMr IuU7 .an'most'other people. Fine Stationery and last lifetime.
hu been a<' '
The beautiful lessons Inculcated by the
member of the encampment aa well as the life of the Why Take Chances .
degree for six',
'
years. and r cantons depending upon this useful them branchof shouldinsure' < Druggist Sundries. on cheap pianos when the Old I'
to
prosperity
p 4' ,through her enL and Reliable Mathushek can be ,
'
_''Cru and work, !4'r Odd Fellowship.J. PrescriptionsCarefully Compounded bought at prices and Urrai tosuit
'.tor the order;' AXKis a,ESHOP.ha W. Ferguson, grand treasurer of rrt'l L'1, ,
,4 'advanced to the front rankHer Virginia, was recently elected for the xnese are; tne expressionswhich East Coast Business Solicited. yon? Therese more than 'i

F -, 1:2 1 tart to the rendering 01 the;;ritual kj forty-fourth term. Fidelity. and .worthrecognized. WEST PALif BEACH. 610fi. 15,000 Mathuthek Pianos IB .
;
: very one. and she posacst.cs executive I the South. ..y 011 Should Hare
be heard all
ability of a high order She ut a member Grand Representative J. L. Nolan of can; on One" '

of the dramatic profession, and her prow Nashville delivered the baccalaureate address Genuine Mathnchek Pianos
.' essional training ,has enabled her. to at the commencement exercises of ChiLaundry
't,. ;strive to. the i degree, work. ,U.r.t stage II ward malerolt'gll'fatPd! at Gal- sides concerning the news are only cold by

sj| naose Is Leofla Liigh, t i4'f / ts\nrrej n.iw !ela; ytl1i established* and < LUDDEN & BATES' X. II.

*. Truuble of a serious nature still exists u maintained by Odd Fellows. i columns of WO KEE. Proprietor. Fred Kahn Manager.
tn the Improved Order, ot Red Men, of, ,The lawof, ,compensation has no more ,

[ ". the Illinois domain because William A. truthful and perfect exemphficatiou: of Shirts ...... ." .. ............ ...... jo ,I 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville', tla.I .
I Hoover of Streator ,1f1l1rt'movt'd from its, real existence than is. found in the Front.. .
Open ....._ ....,.. :!for 25e .
E the office of great'chief of records 'fol- fact that the happiness we bestow on Collars......_...... _..................,.. 2 ycCuffs. -
*"lowing" fall" are tQ. file biajbonds! Wilsonv within back. 1 S in<>*1'qnai* >)4ure. >mwisrr ,......,.... ..,.....,........5c To Rent by the Hour or Day.
:; 80 cia;. atter-elecBonf and" Ladles'Shirt Wabta... ..,_ ....I5c s
i. Brooks of Chicago was appointed lAhil1'f The "Odd 'Fellows of'Oregon proposeto THE OpIiY HEW BICYCLES ft TOW 1N.

; stead. sell the site ofthe present.Odd Fel- .
Anew loft of1 Haymaken wax recently lows'.home Fall-view and.buy, a new : FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. Next Door North Tropical San Block.
U
'f.'". tostitnted at Tioga., Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH.aa W, R. MITCHELL

'. ( The tribes of Ea ton,ant vicinity bids one.The report; of the grand lodge, 1.0.0. : I Proprietor. ,
<- t treat success In the celebration 9f<"the 13', of,South Australia shows that there j!
-.* fiftieth aapllFafl .oatbetoi'l ding of are 52 subordinate lodges. 18 ,juvenile s.BURKHARDT'S i

.\ 'the order.J,.',1t lodges, 4 Rebekab lodges' 3 degree lodges i iI I I ii
"i, Tne. report, of 'the' state collector off and'',3 ncampoenta. The membership TROPICAL i
'* straw, Mahlon Trnmbauer; 'of'PenagyJ- is: Subordinates. 3.075; juveniles 3.745; August ji, 1809 1 j
the following 182,
fcbekahs
tania Haymakers; gave
{
Statistics: Fifteen .associations in- 'Two new neb kah "l dget have been You are missing a Good Cup of Coffee I

atituted and eight reinstated; present. Instituted;in, California! rectally
,.' 'Bembership, WXW..Great .. Seven' thousand swords wielded by as Every Morning....

R ,. Baehen .Arthur. TLr.Btjles of uniformed members of ;
] } many gorgeously ;
i.' New Jersey reservation will inaugurate the military arm of the L O. O. twill IF YOU DO NOT VSt;. .... SILVER COFFEE 101

r, ft aeries .visits for the fall U soon as', invade Detroit in September with the .. .
If the torrid weather U over sovereign grand lodge. SUN.
UPS is Too SHoaT to miss good thing, especially
'
the order ia to be
A faithful chief of
k 35
GOOD COFFEE! think
Perhaps "Oh, there
areothers"
you
.
all times
Hi labors should at .
rained. .
1" and rewarded. MASONIC .. just as good Yes, there are, but yon don't get
t-. be appreciated Cents it in West Palm Beach for 35 cts. a pound. Th-t'a whereso .
.; VUltlac Prmole rratermml 'Fflteff much of the the goodness of SILVER COFFER' '

-. UNITED. WORKMEN. -Chips From the Ten pls. The OLDEST and BEST Ib comes in. Try a pound of it. If it isn't all we lay His,>'
.,. "J t There la no greater pleasure in Freemasonry return it and get your money back. ,_
!.' .......r Prevail I. ...e1a..etta.t. than to visit a lodge in which *

W.rkskop GleIa.. you are heartily received and welcomed. published in the ''L. W.
BURKHARDT
iM aft adjourned session of the Massachusetts You then .experience Freemasonry to ac- newspaper Finest Groceries:
grand lodge heLl the lost of tion-not precept but practice. You realize -
t Jane, the proposition to so amend their I that the craft does not conbL of County. Each :week they Store 'Phone, No. a. Residence 'Phone No. 3.
t., grand lodge laws u to bring them Into isolated lodges but composes one great 1

conformity,with,the.posit km of the,supreme fraternity. We are all one. Lodge lines
-r
lodge and with the legislation of are swept away. Even jurisdictions are contain
t'; 'the awe wu presented and.adopted by forgotten.- The'universal brotherhood is
of affirmative to 66 negative., eyerytblngTSelected.The .
'" I'Ote 583 ..... *.... *
r The then submitted to the Methodist Episcopal -
, proposltioiuwaa cornerstone of ww.:1
soaks the adoption taanimous and It received church at Lnray Va.. was laid recently SH&PE3 < i
i the votes of.an.but three of.the, by Masons. All the'News. ,li. WHAT'.""" ... Iaad

members of the grand lodge. This, ends Tire'new',Masonic temple in Boston is 6mTREES IIOW bF. dl6
.. '
, the )(....chusett.'epl c1e: ,The irle3 to be dedicated Wednesday Sept'% Tens jo* all boot< it aid tacrita air I
V. dktioq la now tally in line and haraonx. : log nnetto .. ckok fratts u4 aerate
'' IajPennsylvanla demand i I I
'Ne visitor can ) 4. ..
r : jnliedictonariv3llth the supreme .
wttIa.ttrs1at .
;' to.see tbe-iptrfwttrfa lodge previous to ,!: (RU1 r ,Mo ,
aDd laws of the' ANDSKRUSSAlsoComplete ,
lodge .I\hthe, his 'examination, nor has any one the that IS N ews; ,n',: T es.s, eta a aAli'
Mate. If: causdep right to show,it to. him.At ., ; : Adawfed tor Saaefiisw PtaaMaer. .
; The' man who b careful and exemplification of the Malta ,4 Stock of Field and Garden Seed and Fancy Poultry.: <
recent
,dons enough to make provision for those: degree a JAlleghany'Pa.) commander ; 4 .....Everything for the Farm, Orchard or Garden..... *" t
dependent upon him,1. Ijkely! to be careful ; ,._.. __.._
the floor at
r 1- and conscientious in other things:and time 326 engaged persons in were the on work, outside one the not only from West Palm -? Coeds and low' Prices Oup Motto.It :.


.: spectators u '. . : Catalogue Free... The Griffin, Bros. Fiery t
cod of 11ft.t' Masonic hearts Deal with prue when ijeacn ana immeaiate vicinity | N.r.erte and Test Grounds POMONA NURSERIES tat
,
r The master workman of. the lodges in they contemplate the fact that of the
the Boston district met Assistant,Supervisor two great English speaking ,nations the = Kaccletlae,. r1a. Jacksonville ifti.arxerrxrorrr '

l"._. Brown at the grand lodge office recently crown prince of one and the chief executive but from all points 01 ''ssr! n ..MMMMMMM ''''M\4M re .
to arrange for the fall and winter of the other are honored Freerna'tons. ,
r.-
.
campaign. Four hundred and fifty-six But the Prince of Wales and William 4z

candidates were pledged before Jan. ,L McKinley withal hold no more honorable note on the Lake and along
Much enthusiasm was awakened, promising titles than that of Freemason THE EflRMHN HOUSE :
.
good results even aa the humblest member

,Take no risksPay your dues an4 assessments Governor Asa s. Bushnell is chairman the railroad thus makingit Is now open for Winter Travel. .
at the first meeting tnjthe, of the board of trustees of the Ohio Masonic ,. BEST OF. ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.

month. home. ->:Sath. In. Conn-a.t1oa.-

j i Solicit {oung men for our order. The : The code of bylaws of the Eastern Star easily Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
more young men we get in will make the in Michigan provides that no persons ad- Address
Mrs. S. E. '
,coat leu for older members. dicted to the use of Intoxicating'liquors EARJIAN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
shall be reported favorably! by any examIning -


,; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. In England committee.and'Scotland as many as The Leading Family Newspaperof THE

timbers* Should la.nre In the En4ovrmeatRank 15 eandidates'are-the recipients of symbolic TRAVELERS i
:. -Flame Tip.. degrees at the name time, and hence
:
lodges are'at less expense to confer the
I : tPythions everywhere, if physically eligible degrees and charge about half the fees NEW MANAGEMENT, ,- t
should become members of the .
j. 'endowment rank. In the first place every charged in the United States. Dade County. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla. _i .
.
man ought to carry some life insure -
It is that Knight of Honor.
matter of duty
a everyone
ance.
.. doorsto Electric Lights, Electric Bells, laths, Complete Seivice.:
owes to some one else in this world. This proposition of opening our_ r

t Fjthiaaa are fortunate indeed \In that women u not likely ever to succeed.It THE SUN is wel- The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.
Already a
they have furnished within thetrv own has been urged annually' for years
organisation a fine system of fraternal and at one time there was a. fair prospect Take car at the Union Depot and ask the('on.luctor to stop at the Tts alert, t-sd.q
insurance} of its adoption. Since that time
There were about 2,500 members of there has really been no considerable demand come visitor to I nearly every -'
it. It has become almost as .
for
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the uniform rank in the parade at thededication
I: dead an issue as biennial supreme lodge
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l of the Dathboue monument at 1It'tlilon8.-Knlghts of Honor Reporter. home in this section
Dtica. Two of 'companies were ,

"_ mounted Frank J. Martin ia now grand chancellor -* issued Grand an Dictator official circular Rakestraw to members of Ohio has of and its many attractive GlkEN G. ZTOKM, I

:J In that tailing attention .
the order jurisdiction
of New York and John J. Acker s
I' ; to the changes made in the lawsat features are bringing new -.1 DEALER IN rr...
: grand keeper of record and seaL ,. the recent sc&siun of the supreme

t I Mate Maine deputy.has:neither a grand tribunal'nor lodge.It recruits to its ranks each Staple and Fancy Groceries

I is the'duty of every man to'carr1 a .
Indian Territory has ,
no state deputy sufficient amount of insurance to provide week.
but bas a grand tribunal consisting oft
I an Income that will be equal to the necessities
one which costa nothing. Grain and all Food
t of his family. ; ... .".:>> .. Supplies.

Order .( Blkt! There never was a better time than the ''' : '
: build the order of the .-.
to -
The laat reports show that there was present, up ;' ..: .. .
order Knights of Honor.: The rates have been JudiciousAdvertisers : : : "
gala of 11.187 members in the
t
that they are equitable and : .;. COUNTRY PRODUCE
during the past }2 months, them present' adjusted so S. ,tf ":: I
of the institution
the
I insure perpetuity
will
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membership being CMS. This ,!al the and there need be no hesitation In i..r, Always Presht Kept ia SlICk. ;
largest increase ever madeIn one
any asking men to become members of.this ; I
Your Patronage Solicited. *
7t'r. !
grand old society. ,
'Ohio1 lead in nnmber ofmemben.vhkh II
U &8&1 fallowed in this order, by 4.14 West palm Beach, Fla. ;
Maeembee
pHUuylvania. New York. Michigan. In- t' tI t
dlana Iowa New Jersey Minnesota., The report 'of Supreme Commander I.\ y
Massachusetts, Virginia Kentucky. Wisconsin Markey shows a net increase in member-
Colorado. California Illinois ship during the biennial period of 43,485 I Realize this, hence the free

1 Washington Missouri\ and Connecticut lathe_ supreme tent alone.:_ ; I
,The,other states of the union have,less In l&O the Ladies of the Meccebeesiad use which they make of its ATTENTION MERCHANTS! -
than 1.000 members. a total ixombcrship of 179. July 1
;
.*-i rKalghU : *-' I,4' membership wes 118,799.3 colums and its increasing .r,
f Md Ladle of Uoaor. of the entire order for
The net increase
( Daring the last six months the supreme the two years ended July 1 was 100- popularity as an advertising -THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS :
,,
i medical examiner accepted 2,624 applicants 755. '
:
for relief fund memberUiip. The I JJTnd. {peat .Can| of .Michigan has a medium. 'Is prepared to deliver EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties I
with
list
state of New York.pees the .
.,.,.,. _I membership for the Iast'Jear.of 81,432 a gain of 6,171 'I. BOTTLED SODA POP, GINGER ALE, etc., I '

The wise provisions for propagation as)
old team-rLtwry and Blaney-goes of Dade County Merchants Solicited and Salinfictioa GD -
>
iThe Patrtssgt rute
1
circular No. 8 '
ia the official [ :
forth
let } 'It hue traveledgoad. a, Rates. I ,
I promulgated by the propagating eom I again\wants.; J a pfd, Keystone1' Boarding at Reasonable C. CASTELLANO. Prop. !tIAMl FLA.. I
4
I t .olrte ,through its, executive head, th ] State f'the order,' sometimes n'ta-tr t ,
able supreme protector, double and sometimes single. MRS. EVANS i& prepared to accommodate boarders at her i
such
shown
nary, has the'lat'oHTan.1
1 I that the committee, Four years of great camp management well known boarding house on Clematis .Ave., close to F E.C.By. depot,
I Indianapolis in May, 4 in Illinois ha* accomplished great Subscribe for The Sun.

lime In tore and extended the.cIreu1artnOet.L'i thing, almost doubling of the'member'liip -: -Cm; os HXK loa RITIS AID Rooxa-may .*u .
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THE ':TROPICAL 'SON.: Southern Express, 'Company ibe'trla1, ana b comJinbna'rof'Ui l DEALEItIN.

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M.E.GRU HARDWARE
1, I101aeer [named certain increase JD.rates on latter,' yet_ we 'concede; the. tnake PIIIft'f Dad Florida.
County ;
the truth of the criticism and
: : vegetables to become effective at .. suggest } cbh

TROPIC. .SeN, FCBUSHI1G COMPANY I commencement of the season of that the farmers are becoming j a ware : CROCKERY and "

cur L J1BTCALF. Eniio -. I lfo1 7-98. Immediately upon the I of'-that fact themoelvw. They will '

"UBUiNEO EVERY THUMOAV," application or these rates the Commissioners -! soon apply some remedies and the :. : FURN.ITUR.

-.: AT-WIlT PALM BEACH QAOE'COUNTY, FLORIDA. took the matter up with application thereof may 'not-te" so : t
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_aCBSCBIPTlOM PRICE 82.00'A YEAH the Express Company and after vig plea ant.aDd. eatiafactory to those All Kinds of Boat Co..... .

p Katered *t the Postcffice of West Palm Beach orous efforts succeeded in having the BO ready DOW 'to impose upon and st.uTIw&reDoOn.kAss4Mna .
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% t _- as second_ _clan_ matter._ old rates restored. taunt them. .. All Kinds of Fishing! Tackle and Sfftrtieg 3ee4.

I I THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER. 1899. CHANGES IN a.a GuoHH'toft&. I1IIt Vtie CCf'OIIeH on......
CLASSIFICATION.
-.. I .-. .**.I_.___.._..,T_.._...sa aa."__1..t.r_._ _Hnrr___.. _flr___)_&MIIY n_ _. Klatt_ PfIIS 1.
The changes in classification are TAX-PAYAR3 WILL NOTE that thereis Mail Ortfm GI,.. Fnvpt AUntM 11-a.c
.... "" "
t RAILROAD COKMISSON| FIGURES.la DO change iD 'the .
too numerous to specify. The principal 8.tIseMment1'a"t

.t quite n number; of previous or the most important one is from that of last year. It' is. still .

seventeen and one-half mills in Dade LEADING BUSINESS FIRMS
tones of THEScx we have undertaken probably the changes of classificationon : ,

fruits and within the apportioned as follows: State, 5% f'
t to controvert the specious: claim ,vegetables PAINT
Whose Cards Appear In this Paper, A GUARANTEED
i made by several of the State papers State., On a trip of investigation mills; school fundjrS .mills; general
fund, 3# mills road fand,2;'mills Classified Alphabetically.
to.the ffltvt that the State Railroad throughout the State the.Commissioners ; ;

Commiiiui was a heavy burden heard much complaint of the fine and forfeiture JUDd, ':1J% 'mIIIa. FABIAN PAINTS i i :.

J high local rates these commodities : With no indebtedness to meet, Dade ARCHITECT: 4!
on
expense to the tax-payers( and practically ; T D Brown West Palm Beach .

jroid of r 'tl1ts, It is with and upon returning to then offices is in pretty good shape to meet current m Are Guaranteed not to Chalk, Crack, Rub Off, Peel nor Blister Art not 1- !

pleasure that * assurance that in the handling of
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submit some authoritative statistics within the State. the several funds there would be a Dade County State Bank West Palm BeachBARBERS than: any other paint known. It is the coming paint ia thii Sttte, o it U K .. 1

In tbia article nhichif perused C8 re- PALATKA IIATE8.. departure from the prevailing habitof Is. particularly adapted to the climate of Florida.EDWARD <<

fully, will demonstrate some of the The Palatka controversy was one
using the power and appropriations :
: good accomplished for patrons along of longstanding and had beenthe 1
to reward'personal and political Wm Schandt, West Palm Beach

the lines. of the several railways in object of contention between the friends and favorites, the tax Milo Cooper, West Palm. Beach WILLIAMS ;

the State. railroads and merchants of Palatka ." ,
gen.-rally!! would have little
payers
We propheoiedat he time of the for years. All efforts to adjust the BICYCLES: Atent for Carrara and ParUa P&laU ; r
cause to complain. Fair dealing is
passage of the Conmnssion Bill that matter has been without effect until Ceo S Adams,West Palm BeachW
.. as incumbent on County officers as R Mitchell West Palm Beach 28 East Street JACKSONVILLE FLItS
every effort wouU be made to make taken up by the present Railroad : Bay ,
it is on men handling private or per inBOTTLING
the operation of it* provisions in- Commission after its induction -
\ soon sonal interests and funds-but the WORKS: _- _

effective, in the hope that the pro- into office. It required only a few Big Three don't think so. .-61 CCastellano. MiamiBUILDING

docera themselves, would'come to.the months to adjust what had been an 151 .
LEGAL NOTICES aiutVy
'I S tuoressioiM
conclusion that it was too costly a unsolved problem for.years. 'I. I SUPPLIES:

remedy and thin pave the way for STRAIGHT RATES ON INTER-DIVISION IN DISCUSSING THE PROBABLE plat Chas Welshans Jacksonville NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.OEPABTMEKT 'I

tbolishment of the Com minion and TRAFFIC. form of the Democracy in 1900'the Ceo S Hacker & Son. Charleston S C. I; or T.lllI'I'UJO") I. METCALF,

.tbe repeal of the law. This prophecy Times-Unioijand Citizen want*'Flor .1' Lain Orncc AT GAUliltVu.J.r. 'u..V 'AJTCXMir.AT-tiW.
Under the of work
system rates_ by July M, 1899.
DM been fulfilled literally, so far a* the Plant System of Railway priorto Democrats..... to stand.,. dumbly. by CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: Notice to hereby given that the IbUowlif 10741, 'UM.IC.
the efforts of the corporations and and lothing 'of its preference Franklia Sheen. West Palm BeachDENTISTS oaNied settler has tied notice of bU tntemtioa to 01LPrsesle.II 0.1&"...... s4 .......
the Commission, a single rate was say make hal proof I. rapport of his claris, sad
their pram spokesmen concerned I or demand forte reafflmationv of the .11 Out said proof will be made before lao... B.Reilly. OMUU.XJLHO CAW A ana.u.n.OAnlaTllo..u .
applied on each of its divisions .U. S.Commiukmcr at Jupiter, ,M
bat fortunately there is littl likelihood though they were all under the same Chicago platform principles! but bide : Sept.9 iSgg vii: W.t Fata .., Itote Svi Oowsij Sleek, f brM*.

of the people of the State dispensing the action of other States. The Pen- D A Tbomason. West Palm BeachL Kotmui Martin Sparuatk. ./Stuart. Flo.
management. The effect was thaton id. 23919 for the I'f.' .34 oT N.W.V.Sec. 10.Tpi 3*
Cocoa
with ao institution that at sacola News consider*,Florida Democrats .T Daniel* ... s.. L4t E. I LU 8$. CLA1B-ABRAH3,
I a shipment originating a pointon.
the his A
lie name followlfcg wltatuei to prove
taves them six or seven times its cost much entitled to the 'SnDRUGGISTS I
of their i lines dottined as occu- rontinnoui residence pon *ad entli ratio* of '

.Der annnm. one ';; .a natfrtn nf. T\1affAt mmalrnm,, .ao... .*.|.IA.. : midland.! vti L w. H. Smith._ .of SewaUi Pmat.Fia. ATTMXlMTJJff, .
point on another, the rate applying r'---' t"-- ua j ; B. BimmoBi, atoan. na.; u. \;.uutem, I
The figures we give in the succeedIng party men of any other State, and S H DJmick, West Palm Beach of Stuart, Fla.: Robert McPherxw.of stuart JlcxsoatiUX.
was the sum of locals instead of a Fla. .
Practice to all UM Oreiitt Cwrnt.Stats sail I
paragraph are authentic, eoininjt suggests a departure from the rtrad- us W.G.ROBINSON Register. FederaLa.31Ht.
straight mileage#; rate. The Com- DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: \: .
do from of the ComBibeionm
M they one dle-of-tbe fence attitude of 1896.
missioners named a straight local Thomason & BrowL West Palm Beach FOR PUBLICATION.Daravassr .
and coupled from data THE Sen. surmises that' there NOTICE
: rate to apply to the entire system, is a Mr J Frank West Palm Beach I

\&il report open to verity every without regard to division. growing sentiment that will result in Carl Schrebnick West Palm Beach LAKV OFFKE AT OAIMECTILLC or TBK ISTEBIOR.FLA.)VJalj pOPE. & BHOOMB. i

statement made. Head and digvet the selection of State and National lit_- 24. 18\$.j ATTO"EFI-AT-I..Ur. I
SANFORD COMBL ATIOX8. Notice U hereby given that the following .
them producers and tax-payers, and : delegates who will be known to personally FERTILIZERS: named settler has died notice of hulatentio to !
beneficial The rates applying from Jacksonville make final iiroof ia support of. .clits.snd! ST.. A CWa'ftX1. rUe ;
consider the practical.npd voice the sentiments of their Wm A BouTs & Co, JacksonvilleLittle that old proof wilt be made before Jno. k.Reiily. $4.99 .
!
multi of the. CoimnMMonm' work to Sanford are made by St constituents. The Democracy of this Bros. S Sept 9William. U.1899.&...Commissioner..: at Juptter. 1'Ia.oa .

Florida: I Johns River Steamers ,jQa a thip- State will hardly be caught in the -_ SI. H. Smith, of Sewttlli Wit TiLt J \

4 flflklDA CAST (: >Ar KAJLn AT, meat: originating at;. Jacksonville embarrassing situation again thatit FIRE, INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE;: Hd. 13456 for the L W. !( ci L B. ".SeeW.54oiN.LlurI.otssan4N.Ko IT r C. UO D.I. D, .

S4.UI toe, 9M.040 eratm *tf. and destined'to a point south of Sanford found itself in four years ago. Brelsford Bros:Palm Beach W. !i, Sec. :jj. To. }S a.. B.4J & (If. PHTUCIJtlt. AID IVUION.OM. .j.
rtaUea and fruit at 3e.-?..!29,621 :SO the Railroad Companies increase Wallace R Moses West Palm Beach He names the 1ollow 1,witnesses to 1'1'0"ilia '
of continuous resid' nee apon awl CIIl ntJo. 01 .. &ad .esidsses Mar loyal tafaue f
no..4 rLTt.aL a PltIUS.t'1,4D .;" .. the rates sontlj of Sanford the I "_-. said land, via: Hans Co Olae.. ofMoart Fla.E .'
.4 ... I EDITORiAL CUPPI Mas. .( Simmons, of Stuart rTa.' L II Bpamt o I Hotel, PAUl IUCH. ; U.s.PI.J3ROWN ..
820.SGO 1.1
SO.CU t. eratMfft Hutduob. .
difference the cJmpetitive FURNITURED \ Stuart,Fla. Titos Suuad, Fla.
I
between ;
tsIle.i3 fruIlat .........._$24,6L: *-O'uT1u4.r1.ok14a \ .. 'f 7-27 W,G. ROBINSON, Ligintef.I I .
rate to 8anford to ilie mileage rate, E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville .
: WTj &.D.UOOO : The New York, Herald says that '
for the entire distance hauled. TheComniisaibnera tI. I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I ..
labor the' inevil
loea, 1.43MOO ratrvefHablM .. organizations are ARCHITECT MHO KILMt.
l and irniu at 3e........$43,132 00 : rates make the rate table and )just 4oT:or'; ': GRAIN AND SEEDS:; DWAITMUrt Of T..lJIT IOR'j ; f f:1
consequence .
Jacksonville lun Or no AT GAIXMYU.IC, FIA.> Plus aid spietl tlou prrp n4.
.Il C TtU.C A fir. EAU.WLT. such the Wm A BoutS & Co ..
8A on shipments competitiverate ganized capital. U' 'oy < s July 14.1899)Motite Jobbing work ffvw prompt attntioa at > i
'VAO.POO fTSir tralu and T<.gI to Sanford plus the local ratebeyond. 'S. U hereby given that the following p oa Datum fttrwt.B .
.UbtrsatSe.._.._ .., .,.. 00_.3 0.00000 .. Mr. and Mr. turned settler has lied potfec of his intention 10
to
Bryan Altgeld seem HARDWARE: make fins proof in swppartof his claim an< j
I Wltk4r.aIC1&: LC.Ld1air- hut aid proof will be made before Jno. B.
rattas.M U X_._ .._..... 15.00000 On the complaint{ of the shippersof be.trying to explain .that free silver M B Gruber, West Palm Beach eilly, U. S. Commissioner at Jupiter Fla.; OBSept D.Pl'rEItN.D..
I 1'1"1& elaJBlI coI1< Sanibtl Island the Commissioners
I .. : m > $-ta PLLd UAC$. ru il
..'It. 706 00 1.6S3 54 Elba Sinmoni, of Stuart, Flo*
but that other '
issues
bate' in
cut
rr Uhttlainlaroar.eot adjn- after investigating, succeeded inhs'insr HOTELS: Hd. 12198. for the Lot l (or& Kof N. E. V) 8c. j

4k&t1o. ........... ...... 10969 the rates reduced to two ahead of it.me West Palm Beach 7aael Lots (or W.K of N.W.30Sec.1I) Tpl $!i&. i
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_. ...L &___ .S .a et. _-_a a. mL r.I... n .... .. The__ Berman_ __House_ I.--. nI_ ",___I. L 41 B. XT S. BUn__. HAJf.__ M._ D._. i
..n..R.- a...by So t wn Exp,"" Co.Jaavtary l TheTravelers, Jacksonville continuous residence upon and cultivation of .
1***, applicable onthrocch The gtnrral effect should be like- plea for abandonment of the Philippine said land,vii: w. H. Smith of SewstU Point BURGEON AND PHYSICUM.

stfiuueoU.. .............. 10.000 00 wjpe considered. says,: "The absurdity of the S.. Olsen Fla.; R.of U.Stuart Sparvath, Fla.of; Walter Stuart.switching Fla., H. of C. Eye and Car Spteialitt .

ChaafM la eltunl Station oa attempt to brand as traitors millionsof JEWELERS: Stuart, Fla.
aD" auiwroua 7'27 W.G.ROBINSON. Register. Offin at BaJdenea-8altalr Cutta
&
.stawbmr believe Idner & Son West Palm Beach.
rckaegtln tla..illta'' .. l.OW 00 loyal Americans who do not a.lt-tt

na..la PaI.th .?.............. 5.000 00 RELIEF OF PORTO RICANS. it right to do wrong is too .1-. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.DEPARISIENT A. TUOMASON, D. I). 8.

Application iatrr4ITlahD I" .traffic traifiihtratMion...........3,000 00 Upon his return from Porto Rico, obvious to need demonstration.. ..It LAUNDRYVO : LAUD OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE OP THE IHTBRIOK., FLA.)} D. .

$MIftrJ toblntlt'DII. ......... 2.000 00 John R. Mizell who has been in the does not follow that those who are \ Kee, West Palm BeachLAWYERS July 34. J8gg) Office: Corner Clematis A,.. and Oil....,

LrOetka ol 2c. p 'r erat*on \tfctablM not with the and Notice it hereby given that the following S WEST PALM BSiCU, EU.Allklnd.ofmod..ntist '
imperialists
of the U. S. Postal Department I war-I .1- named settler has tiled notice of his intention to .
Kervjce know lkprofeuton.
to
SaoIVl Inland. ry
(rum make final proof in support of his claim, a Hank, J. 111:19.: ..................._ I000EaUm 00 for the past ten months establishing makers are against the country. I : that said proof will be made before Jno B. specialty. .Teeth boll extracted crova and witkottl btvJkHrofk,.... a ,
Keilly, U. S Commissioner at Jupiter Fla, on
-- West Palm Beach
'._.. postom'ces on that island Ontheiuestiontd; W I Metcalf Sept. 9189% Vii: Office Hours: ,to u a. sa.aad l U 4 f. .. :
147, 80 23
: .t.d total l. r ne far. { the currency our Frank W PopeJacksonville HAHS C OL8EN, of Stuart Fla., 102198LT.
*-**. IXl'Ll.NATOKY gave: his opinion on many pointM of distinguished stateeman'of )theflret Alex St Clair-Abrams Jacksonville H.i. 24118 for the N.E.: V See.9 Tp.38 S.. R. 41 PRe

.' interest connected with affairs over ._ names the following witties s to prove
district Congressman is 'IS- his continuous residence and cultivation
Hems first mentionedeotfr Sparkman, upon
The lour here. Among other things he spokeas ..f said land vii: H. Simmons Stuart, FU ; \ ,
the reductions wade by the for all the world like the city girt i ina MEAT MARKETS: Curd Schroede r, of Stuart Fla: Walter Kitcbnjc i
follows of the relief being sent to Smith of Sewalls
Palm Beach of Stuar Fla.. ; W. H. DtNTIST
t\ion fruitll'lOtlt'taUf8 cow lot. When recently interviewed A B Otwell West Point Fla. ,
Comm on / It It
It
the inhabitants suffering from the
Will Whidden 7-27 W. G.ROBIXSOX Register.
by the New York Herald and the COCOA. ISniAJC RITKK.FURlUA.l-
to basing: jM, nth. The e reductions
devastations of the recent hurricane: ._
amountrl four cents pr crnte and) I believe the United States Government currency question was reached, hedidn't 55 N OTICE.In .

eight cents per Uirivl or barrel crate is going to make a mistakein know whether to run, cry.or MUSIC HOUSE: ALLACE 1U MOSES, .

on oranges null lemons and three seeding over rations for distribution climb the fence. We again request Ludden & Bates' M H, JacksonvilleNOTARIES the Circuit; Court of tlu Seventh Judicial 'V
.to the people. .They have a that 'sq Siaeeuor to A. W. ,hbtrt "
some enthusiastic Democrat
eent per crate and. >i\ cents prr wrong conception of the people if Circuit Dade County, Florida.In .
REAL ESTATE MO INSURANCE
barrel or barrel tiates on \egetables.The they think they will go to work and send him a copy of the Chicago plat- PUBLIC: Chancery. ,
I' hir Wiwt ,
Palm
S calculation i H made till the soil with free rations coming form.-Ocala Banner. W R Moses. West Palm Beach --_.. -- ..__._,_._-_., ... Agent .at Palm Ru>BoneS.k Vtmt Town_ 1ITA.k.tote aUoV7 ..
entire nn a --' -
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uiu 10vs.
SAM!
in. They have a predisposition to Guy I Metcalf, West Palm BeachNURSERY Li50w3JLwWpIaIu0nLi. >.ForecliNie XOTAUY PUBLIC.
basu of three cents ji crate witkout become mendicants, and should not Does the Leesburg Commercialknow AL WCUT. J Mortgage.To Clematia Avenue, Mar OilY,Street.
'I' 521.97 West Palm Bench ITorW
regard to the greater rt>uetion on be encouraged in it that it is the fellow that."coinplains" Al Wnest-Greeting: It appearing from ,
What Porto Rico needs worst now STOCK: the affidavit ol W. I. Metcalf. solicitor for
which would that is
oranges and lemons, is roads and if the Government building up Florida?
,
good Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER entitled .
S John B Beach, West said complainant. Bled In the above FRANIUN .
of the would offer The fellow 8HB8N. CKa 0. BUTU5R.QUEEN .
eonstitntea hrge projHjrtion to employ every that doesn't coraplaia! is euuRe that yon are a non-resident of the

tonnage on which these figures are able.bodied man, pay him every day the fellow that fits down and does .1' State of Florida and that In bb belief yon & BUTLERS '

in government prOWl'ions, and issne : are a renldent ut Cincinnati State ot Ohio,
based. rations to the disabled and those nothing :the ft How, without snap or smews AHO CIVIL UQI'ElI' .
Palm Beach and that you are over the age ot tmenty ia
West
unable to earn anything, they could The fellow that J B O'Donoghne Offlet at West rUm Heath I.
WITHDRAWAL OF C. L. AND i;. C. L. energy. complains years and that there U no one In tab State
__ Lands legally sab-dlvUeJ and far.nlnbed. ;
put 50,000 men to work on the public IS- I maM
Is the fellow that plants vegetables upon whom legal service can be made la your WeUnf ud grading. lands ba"
DIFFERENTIALS highways and the Government . -.-..___. ...n S ........ C'TTflttfl0. ItMhalff.*. It la. themfnra. ftrrioMwl. that .eon Amap law isVBli JMtlmssVtiBsV tinkksw*.. .._...11.. I'_-
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would be amply repaid for the ex and seen his property go the winus. YXLIftN;:) LW UAU&oV.'''''' ful and comet work caaraaUed. 'AH
This was un iutreade of four cents |>ear to the blU of complaint filed U said rumuakations -
penditure. The natives need to be The fellow that R B Potter, West Palm Beach by mail rccetvt prompt atto*.
digs phosphate and eautte, on or before the
per 100 It. imposed upon purchasers taught to depend themselves IIC Hood Uon. alan*a.d Bis Prtabi at LoweM Prtees. -
upon '
of meat hay, grain, ,flour and instead of leaning upon others for kicks at high rates. It's the"kicker," N S Burnham :ad Day of October, A. D. 1899. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-95 J

Other commodities in I fess than car support.Mr. not the Kelt-complaisant fellow, that __ IS.PINEAPPLE. It to further ordered that thin order be pub-

Mizell ia one of. the best knownmen builds u' a State. We always tip IIl1bed onee a week for lour coaaeeotlve GEORGE 8. ADAMS, I
lots. At the time it was checked in PLANTS .
I : weeks prior to Mid 2d day of October A D. _
in Florida, and his familiarity hats to the kicker.
our -Ocala Ban-
Florida it was upj.ljitg throughout .. G. C Matthams, West Palm Beach 1899 In THE TROPICAL Sex, newspaper Deputy Supremi CommandtrMIGHTS
with the conditions and acquaintance ner. I. 9 published In aW County of Dade.State ofFlorida.
the State Alabama and certain _. OF THE MACCAIEIS
with the of Porto Rico ; ,- .uRETAIlJ .
sections of other :Southern' Staten people The Gainesville Sun says there is GROCERS: Ordered this 30th day of Augunt.A.D.1899. For the Stats _/ .,11.. .
should make him tocriticize
ID Alabama it was said to Imvecoist, competent* DO doubt that the proposed an.end-I L W Bnrkhardt West Palm BeachJ ( eal.] A. F. QUIMBY Will Institute Tenta &111..1. tN 8UU. .
., Cl<'rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County.Florida. For Information addros
t the people $800,00(1! per annum nd .. met to ,tie Constitution providing i i P Oliver, West Palm Beach .

I L that the same evil effect would hate for[the e1ectlon'or Ctiunty Commit 1 D Mathii Strohm, West West Palm Palm Beach Beach W. I. KX'h'ur. Solicitor for Complainant. 61.99 W..UEOKQE t Pain Beach 8. \DAMII Florida..
G. ,
Qlen
been felt throughout Florida in the EDITOR APPLEYARD, in the Key ] ion r. by ft direc ..vote of the people

r coarse of time, there can he little West Herald pays his respects to will',be adoptedi Not only Cqmmissionern .__-555- GEO. H. MALTBY

.;: doubt. the farmer and producer in big,usual but Circuit Judges should be '!SHOE REPAIRING: SEMINOLE DAUBER SHOP.

) siircantic manner.' Among :otber elected the W R Mitchell: West Palm Beach -DEALER IN-
by The Wm.
people.
'f- CLAIMS! COLLECTED AXU IV COCRSE OFf more the Schaudt, Proprietor.
kindly comments h<>. : "There is I
4 ADJCinCATUNG. says voice of the people is heard in the 5 Household Furniture ( Formerly.Hotel Royal rolndana.)

Punsi'lerabl! sentiment wasted upon selection of officials the better' it STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY:
actual andrepresent
The figure given are the farmer who in largely rceponsij will be. _All nominations for office Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, Only White Barber lu the Town. :
'k and damage and .
loss overt -
tIle for his condition." While THE from United States JacksonvillTAILORING .
.. Icharge .,., Jcx is aware that those papers of should
made
bjr .
primary election.
: .
and those now in course of : Funeral SuppliesA
I the of which
State the
Herald is now If this i is to be
a peopte'sgovernment Palm Beach
I AiljudicationB.! Abe Safranek & Son West BARBER SHOP
, one, that are published in the interest in fact as well in ,
as name,why should ..
".'JTuDn"'L. Ot' 20,PBU CENT: of of those institutions that se .m I objection be raised in SPECIALTY.
letting the ,,
I.NCHtAiJE. ; dispollrcftoj.hr9tile'thf TRANSPORTATION LINES: Banyan S '.
( rmer and
| people have their
own ?
way Who'safruitiof 1

At the close of the season of 'l)697the) fruit raisers, are devoid o.f tyrapatbyFor: th* people?' '!Ocean FEe Ry S S, Jacksonville Co Jacksonville West Palm Beach, Fla. .$1 .n.O vovra: .. r4p',

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TH!,.sT SOflClL-fCN, WEST FILM BEACH,<'FI0BJD1,. THUBSDA7,, SEPTEMBER T, I8g, J

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I. i GtJtEEGrp CONGRESS ,DECLARED.: yean of 'combat-tore down the standard -
THA GROWERS OF STAPLES.
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of Pegram'a Virginia artillery .
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Therefo, .. Why Ia c... Hat Made.ik % -. : m flaf'ormation
The old school heroes met foemen
...., sad !adepead.at."W-. t' I ta* a flastsai array \1M worthy of their steel.

Reg Is Founded The American congress declared that seamessiies *amiartwo.. Soldiers who study valor by the records ; For Wheat and -
the"P Ople"ot Cuba:were and of right
j. : ADDs :
; WIth tend ef rather than newspaper accounts
wed'Fallacy.OOBTHSTICS3.. ought to be free and independent. Why aever a Cotton Farmers.
knew that the army had a hero In
r r. is not that declaration enforced? What Ills lOr dt1rsL.: *


"OQNTADIOTORL- .d ', \ ,,j j .; ta has the been president are over quiet for waiting six and months peaceable.for? The the peaple'there war Our ; *;* **** :: TYY IE: 'Ca A. R. Colonel tyrdom any Harry in one the man Egbert Philippines.led before the assault He his morethan mar on THE CLEAEISG. UP OF A MTSTESI.

"
,F r San Juan hID. for his regiment attacked

soldiers have nothing to 'do except OOD OF TOOE OEITUIY Rmnv OF the blockhouse two hours ahead of Hew EacIaBd Fixes the ...... .(
la Oae Breath. ._They'Held. .. ,That. .$11.veiC.t.jae dodge the, yellow. fever. Why; should
-- the column which went And
FUrare sad.U tie lext there"be'any further delay? Why not finally; up. Ties Commeditle White Sh. I. .
he was under fire all day, till shot
That- BcBaeaetUaUoa;Woald Flood get out of.there and allow the peopleto the Principal c....... Silver
,
D YAL down la the final charge. It was to
... Ceaatrr' WHa. Cheap' Carreaev.Xeaer regulate their own domestic Institutions s QF AMA; AJI, L Inspire valor, In his men that he rode Ban aa Hack U tmdla aa Ever

: ..( the Pe.e. in their own way? They may not when Exglaad Gets It at Half Prlee.
\ fearlessly at the bead of the line

: ajrne the'opponents of: have taj jst government in the world. iHE iEta '1 1 U killed at Manila. For a model Egbert Much has been written to show
oaf oiake'Ught\ : but it will be just such a one as they G? I om.I
a might have taken the brave General
.t:. aenslble scheme of Bounce want, and Just such as they are fit I why the demonetization of silver la

.: .of the tree silver Issue on the ground for., It will at least be. better, than Lytle who amid the whirlwind of 1873 by the United States, Germanyand

?:: .that it "Ii'too 'am u't tOn ldeiat a.V the local government ,of New York EGINNINQ work of a forlorn hope. Alger was"ordered disaster which swallowed up Sheridan's several other Europe nation,

i i '. They claim that as the average annual Chicago 'or Omaha and It Is not probable Monday Sept 4," to ride around the flank of the division at Chickamauga cried under the Influence of English bankers
out to those around him "We can die!
the streets of Confederates and charge whatever he :
production of silver' la: thla..country that they will feed their soldierson but and financiers has resulted In a ruinous -
Now is the
once. time gentlemen.Let
; : Philadelphiawin came upon bringing up on Sheridan'sfront
embalmed beef allow
> or great r decline in the of wheat and
but little price
to
amounts a over $00.00 .000 ns charger
be alive for on the main battlefield. If he
criminals like Captain Carter to
"-: .#. -lesa than $1 per capita-it la too small unpunished because: they have a pull go a week with military could not get through he was to go AS Or perhaps Egbert emulated the Confederate cotton. Nevertheless, a brief succinct

: : to cot any figure In our business and Cuba Is more fit for self governmentnow b figures and far as he could even at the sacrifice hero of Gettysburg the fiery statement of too matter for popular ".

= financial affairs and therefore of his Armlstead. who inspired the last spurtof reading will act be of place and
I ought than she will be after ten years' martial pageantry command. At the end of an hour outs

f -; .4..11''to be dropped as an !lasuej; On the o\b. military occupation. No people In the : chiefly Important Sheridan charged with his main line Pieketfs charge by leaping the will perhaps be productive of great
: ,
,. er band .these same people cry out world like to have foreign soldiers k now as and the enemy broke and ran from the stone wall with all the flags of his benefit to the growers of the a leading .
(, reminders of the field. This due brigade around him., Springing upon a
precipitous retreat was
<: against the remonetization of silver on billeted on them. Military martinets staples.

.;: : the ground that It will debase the make Iota of trouble among peaceful past Thirty-one to Alge is fierce att&ek'to the Confederate behind Union gun it and he began sabering the men England sets the price: of &e.e commodities

",,-:'. currency and flood the country with a citizens. Fuss and feathers are all years ago the rear. Sheridan says so himself cool hand In was the finally distance shot his down bloodthe bya and Is, at the same time the :
I war but dis hospitable city in, his memoirs and admits that thebattle -
right In time. they are -,
depreciated metal principal purchaser and consumer of
mcney.s marker for Confederate high tide
gusting days of peace. The Cubans welcomed with which won for him a star wag

i I\ .- :"... '. s, Like- alt who.engage. to uphold' a.bad a/e already tired of a pretentious, and 'Uthusiasm the decided by the heroism of Volunteer at Gettysburg. But this was always the world's surplus Bow England

i ', cause,1 every argument that they'throwout dictatorial soldiery, they are becoming young and struggling Captain Alger of the Second Michigan. ArmJ tead's way of leading a charge.It contrives thus to set the price of these

1 recoils.on themselves, because all angry at the insults heaped on them order of the Grand Army of the detracts nothing from the glory of articles which she must purchase lathe

I .:. s their reasoning founded on fallacy. by young ramrods dressed up in gaudy Uepublic. and at that time the destinyof Alger, at Elenzi. cut his way In, saber Hobson and his crew to have It known markets of the world. Is the mystery -

j _'_ If the production of silver Is so mlte4"I uniforms and who consider themselves the noble organization was decided. In,band. There were exploits of cutting that scores of officers and hundreds of which has not been made suQ-

" that It cannot 'affect the'e'eI.now: of to be little tin gods on. wheels says The most sanguine champions,of fraternal out during the war, but one of the sailors were pleading for a chance togo ciently clear to thost who are the matt t

I our national, finances, why are they so The Nonconformist They want the union did not dream In 1S68. most daring and successful deeds of Into the channel and sink the Merri- immediate sufferers-viz. the American

strenuously opposed to trying the ex.fJI" promised: freedom, and, they want It that the end of the century encampmeat the kind was the ride of "Grimes" Davis mac. Hobson's deed will live beside wheat growers and cotton plant

,periment,1t.tie remonettaation pf sllter \ now:. From now on every
[' will not produce*a' flood of'cheap make things.worse Instead.of better.If gates representing some 400,000 old when it was surrounded by Stonewall depends upon the frequency of naval ers.Let it be premised that India whichis

; =currency there.la certainly ,no.danger the president's Intention Is to soldiers and sailors and the muster of i Jackson In September 1862. The Infantry conflicts. But the ordeals of Cushing a vast English colony Is also true

tf ". 'b giving it a trial On the other band aunu ldlheiaws of congress s and force a marching column equal to a grand surrendered to Jackson at that and Ellet were for hours instead of moments that India practically; knows no other

: If H should prodbce"t4:'8ood.";might these people Into open rebellion go thatmUfcatt'ofaip&lon&iay army in the field. time considered it a useless sacrifice and both died from the expos- money than sliver and that the boner

f .. it not .be benyllanguishing ; (., rtpg our I be'-long con- The G. A. U."has had a marvelous,an and the cavalry being of the same way price of India wheat and cottoa has .
f;; !i ,\... ppln : ; No other tie' of thinking pqt to their thoughts the
Oftf1 wit tlnfedjbe lif gofcg.(4+ work lq the right uuexampled careerj than spurs suffered no serious change through v
( : the falling been: way. If be wants to annex the Island memories born in the field memories and rode away at sundown, notwithstanding demonetization of sliver by other nations .

f.':; rolng on with such ruinous.r Pt1tAPltJ; instead -of giving- an Independent of common danger and hardships faced the fact that Lee's army lay and peoples. Two and a half sliver -
'
,,, .", -'Isr.I-. & \U :: ."<;,I;*-\ I gixvertnneot be> pouted';,lo'tb* right and endured for an unselfish cause across the pathway of flight rupees purchases a bushel of

t' Again, if the silver produce la'toot I direction. It he wishes to favor the drew these citizen soldiers Into a fraternal Colonel Davis pushed on at the head wheat,In India now just as It alwaysdid :

'. small to ,cut any :figure; J in national people of Cuba, instead of the speculators union. War and military life of the cavalcade and after riding and the price of cotton la India

1;'" finances and therefore' too Insignificant who are trying to gobble up aU had no charms for them then. They through Lengstreefa corps charged rules in silver just as formerly. By

Jf':" to be worth discussing why walt the,valuable franchisee He will Immediately had fought it out and fully believed and captured a wagon train guarded what legerdemain then, do London

: It necessary to fool the people and withdraw his soldiers and generations must pass before anotherwar by more men than be commanded and '-.. and Liverpool mark down the price-Qf *

Ii':" .pass the demonetization by fraud let the Cubans run their own machine. would disturb the national quiet took 'the prize north to Pennsylvania. J. J .- --;-- ..;.-- the American products one-half of the

and deceit? Any measure possessing Get out of the way. Mr President and In the closing sixties and 'the early This was no chance exploit of Davis. *, .. _.. _6- -_-.. ruling prices In India? We will eat

r', genuine merit ought .to appeal to'the let the natives work out their own seventies a gathering of Grand Army the desperation of a man in a corner. -. -. deavor to answer this question so distinctly

reason and good sense of the people salvation' In fear and -tl'fmblln and men partook of the 'character of a He was shot down at arm's length In a .. .----. -;:....- ,. :::. as to clear away all difficulty

J, Instead of being forced upon them right now Is the accepted time. Now. funeral rather than a festival The personal combat with a Confederate officer -.:: .- ;:.;.: ;: : and'mystery.
.
f' secretly and against their will even'now, is the day'of salvation. days were too close to the awful tragedy when far ahead of his regiment In a.CoaraDKBATR Let it be constantly remembered by
,
Tn employment of secret ,and of the war to stir up memories a desperate cavalry charge Beverly KCTHIHG RAM THEOUea A EK ASS AS THB, CAPTA1JTBKOWS yams the reader that England: now pays as

p fraudulent means proves the wicked- CRIME. Other than somber. It might well have Ford. Va. the first great saber battle. rLKXT AT CH1CKAMAU8A. much silver--coined into rupees by the

'neaa of the measure'* says the Mississippi MOST; GIGANTIC been supposed that the reunion_spirit Both Dahlgren and Farnsworth belong The vessel la the eeater with law India mint-for a given amount vt

Valley Democrat and Journal of would to the galaxy of cavalry heroes deck the did. Let
Wbaj CwiW.f.I4.-t..oaetlu. wane for lack of interest represeaU ram Arkaasae.Dariag wheat or cotton as abe ever
"""Agriculture. The'"author" of*the gold tlon a Few Year Ago.I .' But in the field, in the lraytre':that who did things in the fashion followed her sea through the Fede.al It also be remembered that India absorbs

Standard in America knew very well shall not enter Into an examinationof tried men's souls the todsra had by Fnnston. Both met the romantic aeet she was atraek hy 78 shots-sad all the silver that ever reaches

: 'whit be wardolng. He bad preTionslyr 'the*causes which have combined to fates of heroic souls. Young Dahlgrenat sat 1ft killed sad it 1ge_.... She her and that England ls a constant
i a <* buhe that The Gaited State Medal,.(, ih.... Hagerstowa, Md., charged the ene- killed 43 sad wooded 89 OB the India
P her
ecpjed I' cp setae ft of slIver for IJW'o.ket
r '- it gold depreciate the$ 4v 4 )ii e of silver awarded to aBeer*, a.a....1MI... decks ., her .." .... ... There purchaser
was
sflver the with handful of
_r we moDel poor, and to apprecjgjf }ii<| v&ue of goldsjacv ed .ffieer* ... private whW dUtlaC my a troopers, getting were 900 gun sad 3,000 ... fitted and monetary system. We will re

the money of the rich. He was then .1873, but I am one of those. who .Uh tbemielvei U aetloa.MBDALOFHOHOE. lsstf.t a wound! which put him on a wooden avalaat this solitary ram, with her mark here parenthetically that In 1S>4

teatparuYeltapwpyIMn: blalatlteudbe : and tated or act .( leg for the rest of his career. With his 10 (aaa sad 20 saea. England exported to India $28.000.000

; expressed the sentiment of truth as aaH I G-ofileut, thai eoaareM .. Jaljr wooden leg he rode at the head of"one to the Straits Settlements $6.000.000

It'la/ nee his beat?: Bat a'subseqfent t'f lawparate 13, 1881. sad of Kilpatrick's detachments on the raid ore and Injuries of their careers. Cushing and to China $12.000.000total of16OOOoooaJlln

persooal conference with Baroq Rqtbs- th er unit Mareh 8,1883. TharavUtoa to Richmond and was killed while try in person directed his torpedo boat, $- silver. This U within .

z ehUdJcrvedtnot,only,;to .change(%J ae I is hr UUt4 uust jUvpJ}, .. .f the:, teg,tojross the enemy's country. .to a thrust and guided the torpedo and exploded $1.000,000 of the world's annual

w 4 opinion:.but.apparently his 'condjtlop|\ M' .; j et Ufe old ratio act .< isea. a...; Junction with the main force. It, all the time within from 3$ production of silver barring that of

'aa -well for be 'suddenly became: a of actual and Tviatin value-will 1M.r,. lUll la I..... Farnsworth wu truly a hero of the to 100 fee\of the sides of the ram he the United States. Mexico and Aus

f millionaire on a salary of $5.000 a year f1\1llibed a firmer foundation meteoric stamp. Unknown to the army destroyed and with the enemy's fire tralia. In the mouths of July and

\ W :.tbei* fw.a.aythjiw' f,honesty pljl et'r! ;11rzin'-"t t e Irorkl's: la general, he received his brigadier's rattling through his .clothes one ball August when Its silver exports usually

goodness In a measure that' soe\alelr stock of precious"nu'taw Is' now too p.i star and command on the field of Get actually striking the wrist which guided predominate. Great Hritain Import.

exclusively with baseness and iniquity tysburg., On the morning July :3 the torpedo. A died in sliver
equaling by official returns. $',:J11.000 more
large and I .see no rra; !wa to: apre t .
,
? Silver la the.money of. the poor bend that It will ever become so. Mankind General Kilpatrick ordered Farnsworth boldness of conception and execution than it sent out In the same two

because it circulates in small denom will be fortunate Indeed If the to charge with his troopers into that of Cushing had never been approached months the exports of silver from the

nations A dime is but the tenth partdrf annual production of gold and silver the lines of the enemy near Round Top and it crowns not alone the United States to London were $4,000-

dollar, but in passing quickly from'band coin shall keep pace with the annual as a feint to cripple Longstreet hi his nineteenth century but 19 centuries of 000 more of silver bullion than in the

to hand and paying debts as it increase of population commerce and 1 attack upon ,Cemetery ridge. Farnsworth naval exploits. corresponding months of 1891. the New

goes it imparts more life to business Industry. According to my view of had 300 men and his course lay Ellet a boy of CUshIng's age wa York weekly shipments of silver bullionto s

and brings more good to the people the subject: the conspiracy which over rough ground strewn with bowl- his prototype In the west With a London during lost September reaching 1

:.' than $100 dollars far gold lying inert In seems to have been formed here and In dens and swept with artillery besides wooden ram he ran Confederate batteries a still larger average, twice making .

the vaults of a bank. It Is this natural Europe to destroy bjt legislation and being hedged In with rows of infantry at Vicksburg and made long voyages a weekly total of nearly l.uuo.ono. 4
circulating quality of silver that I bayonets. The bold troopers made a in the Confederate
f otherwise from three-sevenths to one- The G. A. R. waters fighting Our silver exportation under such con-
t waters the roots or bnaineas aaa makes half the metallic u. money or tne worm. _service Badge: \,; plrrnlt stampeding the-- Confederate In. his way out niter alarming the suet dttl one, .I".. the lac gas t sin rs t he du

: the plant of commerce grow and flour is the most gigantic crime of this or U made from fautry and riding so'close to the batteries my by his destructive forays on their war.

': ish.. Let the annual product be ever other the metal .. as to pass unharmed under the shores. Both Cushing and Ellet might

,I I',: co small whatever goes Into circular any The consummation age. of such a scheme caaaoa. eaptar-.. f range where the guns bore. After setting have found their match had they en- GOLD IN THE PLATFORM.Kepabllcaa .
V lion, that remains there ai a permanent ..- la DBiue. 11 fli the whole Confederate army in an countered Captain Brown cf the Con '
would ultimately entail more miseryupon ..
i' Increase and does its part day by day than all the presented .Go. R. BADBL uproar Farnsworth led the ride out and federate ram Arkansas. Tallin* time Party Dares Hot Show Its
the human race ... .
f' ,fn supplying the wants of the people. with doe eere. ta every com.' in.so doing struck deeper Into the enemy's ;Jy the forelock Brown ran the Arkansas Tree Colon.Democrats .
wars pestilence and famine that everoccurred rade .p.a the occaitoa at maiter !. have
good reason to
re-
While we earnestly believe that Ir meshes. Bursting through two through two mammoth Yankee
in the history*of the world. tQ the order .." U prlma facie e"ltle.ee -
: redeemable paper is the true,and philosophical The absolute and Instantaneous destruction that the wearer served bet lines of Infantry with BO sabers at his fleets of rams, gunboats and ironclad gret the fright In the ranks of the

r medium of exchange yet sUrer of half the entire movable (weea April Ih61, aad Aagrait, 1865.yiUltarf heels, he tell dead full stretched on the above Vicksburg, and when he started single gold standard RepubUcans'.because

possesses some advantages over it. lervlce previous to April. ground' having seven bullet wounds In but the.vessel was so incomplete that of the warnings uttered by sovh
world. Including horses
of the
,. r' "Silver If admitted to the mints free Is property }80t, and anieqneat to A....., 1865, his body I. the ,machinists worked away under Republicans as Senators Thurbtoa of

; wholly within'the control of the peo ships railroads and all other appli-while do not reader army "e'e.... eligible The south developed Its meteoric fire, riveting her plate armor and mak Nebraska and Chandler ofew

j ,. ple,'who can take It out'of the ground ances for carrying on commerce, the to memberkhlp la the G. A. B. berg In front of Richmond in 1S62, ing her ready for battle. Hampshire. Ever since the eastern
It would be felt more sensibly at
t .and have It made Into money at their when Captain Willie Pegram, the boy Old Window's victory over the Alabama Republicans began the movement to
moment, would not produce anythinglike budded better than they knew. The
standard
try to put through single gold
er. OWB pleasure while on the contrary artillerist. astonished both armies by was of course due to the fighting
the prolonged distress and disor- record of valor In battle too glorious session
was of
legislation at the coming
tic all paper Issues are subject to the will his gallantry with the guns. He became qualities of the Kearsarge but there i*
ganization of society that must inevitably to fall into obscurity and its heroes Democrats have been hearti
f. I of the controlling power IB the govern the toast at theaters and all pat something grimly heroic in the figurer congress
result from the permanent annihilation were the ones to perpetuate it wishing that they would succeed in
bent to be expanded or contracted as i this relentless sea dog hounding the
: of one-half of the metallic .\ or more it would not have
year ago doing BO, because of the marled advantage -
t: may best salt selfish Interests. Silver phantomlike commerce destroyer from
money of,the world.-John Q. Carlisle. been unfriendly to predict that the records it would be to the Democratic
4 Is. therefore not only the money of the refuge to refuge, from,port to port and
Feb. 21, 18 a of lSOt-5 might be broken before candidate for president
[' ., poor but It.Is a safe and permanent obliterating from the sea the last yard
the century closed and the idols of the "
Senator Chandler was the first to
t medium ,of exchange a stimulator of of her canvas; the last arm of her rlg-
> Tb. Tariff Hook. period overthrown. The Uobsons,
tell his associates that
t' business and a sustainer of prices'and. glug the last plank of her hull and : party they were
.F There is now a reported difference Funstons and rough riders burst like playing with political dynamite. Tbn
more than all. it is an element of freedom deck at one single blow.
between raw and refined sugars of 83 meteors upon the horizon of popular 6 came Senator Tburston who has jirt-
,:
for the masses of the people since
cents pe'r 100 pounds.. This affords a acclaim. Having been predicted, with ri sided over two Republican Lauup.il
Its production Is wholly under their Yes, San Juan Hill a battle fought.
c profit the'sugar trust of about $1.15 expectation at a high pitch it was inevitable conventions and who Is much nu i ) Control Free silver means free we are told wltbout'orders adorns a
men a barrel As the output of the trust is3pOQo that they be hailed as end of i If not su talkative! than
f. t and this fact explains the permanency new calendar of exploits which glorify
barrels a day. the dally profit the century heroes whose like had never Chandler. Tliarston wakes it very
L' Of the principle In the, mlnda of those the century. But there will rally at
foots up $34.300. As there are no Sun i been seen before. To the Grand. plain that Mr. McKinley never w fklhate
r Who are able to grasp Us full meaning. Philadelphia graybearded men who
days In the business-no six days In'a Army the deeds of the Spanish war without orders dragged Hazlert's .: been elected if that inlet mtkuffeU

t week for labor and a seventh for rest- are glorious not alone in themselves the of guns bimetallism bl !lT had not IMH.-D pIn!
stoutslope Round
and
; Mexico's apleadld Credit. and but few stoppages, the trust operating but because they show that valor li } up Top I the Republican platform anti worked ti
decided Gettysburg others who climbed I I I
" The national and healthy improvement Its refineries for 3.)(0 days of not dead. Much is said of degeneracyin ; I for all it was worth by, the McKbafey
the at
heights Mission Ridge with
.4 i 4 of Mexico's credit under a free the year Its present net earnings are these times but the old soldier out orders and scored that renownedvictory. stumpers In the west end t.e nuoM!!,,'

silver system is beginning to alarm. at the rate of $12.073.000 per annum. knows for a fact that the boys will Under G. A. R. badges are west. lie also intimated that: hi' dale
many Republican editors and they The war seems to have peteredout what their fathers and
sugar preserve won breasts which beat high at Franklin ,. care a continental about silver his
are now attempting to create the Impression and no doubt the Arbuckle, the Veteran ask for
more
no passing can when the brave Ohio colonel Emerson eelf. but would take 1&.1 pan in blipI -

that "Mexico 1s approachingthe Deadlier and the ilollenhauer refineries than thatJ'unston's. 'q _. Opdycke acting on his own impulse |ling his party to invite UcfaiL N.at
gold standard. There Wattoot as are als reaping good profits from lightning leap to the front #
hurled his slender to putting it Into a law l)(>nuwfcui
much evidence from which to deduce a, sweet loving public who prefer'a rank of war heroes ia only another |t. iPUAL I.'fnll AT fBIIUM4VQA.. victorious and brigade reversed against the for-a i would like to Sloe the Rcpcblkta f tit
.* that opinion as there is a that the tariff and 2 cents extra on each pound stance of the tribute awaiting real enemy I I
?h. U... of therldaa's dlvlsloa at tune of the battle which ended the the single gold standard Into Ui :att.v
moon U made of green cheese. Thepeople of.sugar to no, tariff and i saving |offMoooqp9 courage:_this recoggtttoiiiwas! swift Chlckamaaaa, with the exeeptioa ..fLytl. war la' the west The red slopes of tional platform.-Hot Spriugd (Ark.; '

are pot to ba,\misled, by ,an> }at yet{ v {t'the total aQUVal and his reward immediate. One of the .'.* w..e' swept away fcy overwhelaUac Marye's heights, of Kenesaw and Cemetery I News. *
inch false exclusions.: Vast numbers consumption of sugar. Bait a tariff most distinguished Grand Army veterans .....1'.. Polatlasr to thahattleaaxs '

dally am' converted to the Idea that; haft with any klt l of a t wriggling waited two years for what Funs of the oaraihUg Confederate 1 ridge were charged under or- I The Truth Will Oat. j
the heroes of the sixties who
"Ifrce attar'is theWly;tnJ f whlch'\rtil.. fiu-m anVTaV'kirs' bullheads Van ton got in a week or two the star of a ., Lytle addressed ta those dtrs by To keep the public Ignorant bt 'the
i 4eoaUtna* to, redeem oat cojmtry from bd Jaughl'Jibrge numbers." :4* &!depends brigadier'general And that soldier ahoat alas the lasylrlaa; wards footed I took and those things as a matter of course : real state of affair in the 1'hllilptnea
the world famous attacks led
the clutches of the hard fisted capital- on the book.-Jackson (Mich.) was noDe other than the, present armysomnander. la the text. He was laataatlykilled by : is Impossible.; No one with a gram of
by a volley which erected his Napoleon never aurpassed them in the
.: Isis Wall street gamblers and Eni'Jr' Patriot .,Nelson A.,.--'pno -., There---- was-- -- h.l d _-...-..-..-... 1 I personal courage_______ dispmyeu. i common sense would suppose fur a
t ttsh ulatocracl-the only thing that career in the whole army so glorious ; moment that the country would be satisfied -
.. { The Confederates somehow managedto I
W."ve Fo d Their Daddy.It
f : will give labor Its Just reward. Mexico in great deeds as Miles', yet not trIotie gatherings, and after Stonewall I the hot the ta take Its news solely froth tW
keep moving
believed In these daysthat wave along
is currently .
r '( la well satisfied aa things are andIt until he won fame on the plains did he Jackson patted him on the shoulder firing line whether the band president or the secretary of wampr .
of played
or
b tbe mother trusts
t would be the, last thing thought o! protection ; become a popular hero. and asked Lee if he could send him the general command of our eastern
and the veterans who will march
for Qave'meyer said so.' The Republican not
to the gold 'standard. She I I forces. The reputable press if tfwcountry
i to change General Alger's heroic deed at the .more Pegrams h&It the popular '
at
taken in call- Philadelphia, content if not proud '
ha pride
long
i not choose to ,urattvell fjunia party } ; record Is the direct medium if avr
will battle of Rienzl rested in the Idol From a battery of 4 guns he arose when out relies the ,
pointed as ,
I from the frying pan into the fire" byturning Ing McKlnley the father of protection McKln only to be unearthed by G. A. B. comrades to the head of a battalion of 30 and marks of fires as fierce as those carry which formation between the ["pie at4
Bill
doesn't
if that figure
and
of her financial ; their official, civil or military and
the attacked
management UT
when his' courage was when these were about to be overrun raged Wagram, Borodino and Waterloo
of the trusts we
ley out as the daddy
I affairs and the dealing out $ her should like 'to have'some disciple 'of Sheridan's own account tf it makes by Sherldan'a victorious troopers in at Sadowa Gravellotte andFievna attempt to shut the mouths of tk: correspondents

: money into the handI of a few grasp1tng Alger a hero of.tae lion hearted stamp the last battle of the army at Five typical old world battlefields, of reliable aew'pa["'T&
Mark Hanna show the error,of this apparently wilt always be resented
'\ bankers and monopolists for their He says tuatthe; situation was most Forks be fell ia front of the guns. 6t the century. promptly and

'Mm personal benefit u Is now ths :!: logical eonclualoD.-pau1' gi critical when fco sent Alger with two Over his dead body the enemy did GIO&al1. Kuw. empUtically by. the pjoM3e.-New:! York!

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, Topic Far the Week Bcciaalas Sept ,tie }.. tie Week ........ >... ,. ; :c. Howefeald Mwalsw
1 ;LESSON,XI, THIRD_QUARTER, ,INTER 10 Am Barly Bpwvrtb Lc le-cea.e.1'Q Bev L B. 0.,....... teeing ,
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: \ NATIONAL SERIES SEPT. 10. g. ,--Tezt.U Tl .1U.10-1T. Tone.-Aa early C riIt\a\ Endeavorcr. Kafeelcu8ol
Tim. iii.. 1 -17. (A natai txrttf Rita 1M -

t I Text t..i.euo..nac. .. ."From a child thou bast known the lu .tockty.) '< .
U, l. -are. it the illustration used of A mtfor the taaooa Wall Truk. ,list
.*T Teraea, 4. O-Ooldea Text, Hc.' Holy Scripture" ,When Paul visited Timothy to ,:<. tray u made to order. A CO" '
'' '. Antioch in Piridia, Lyatia. Iconinm early Christian Endeavorer. A study of ..
lit pkHaUaeofFURNITURE
4-Commei.tary the
'If' Prepared by life'will .
J his training, character and : :
... Her D, M. Steam. and Derbe on his first missionary tour, .___,' '_:_'.2..:_ .< : -f -
there was a boy in the crowds which prove! the WUKIUUI u* the selection ui
(CoP1'lpt.1D. by D. !L Steams.j listened to the Christian m1 ioDU1'! I. Timothy as an early endeavorer. Ba ,- of all descriptions at Back Bottom -Prices bath

.l t' "In the seventh month; In the one words who waa deeply impressed by the was born at-Lystra or Derbe. His father Wholesa sad RetaIL Baby Carriages from |8np a

,: ud twentieth day'of the month came the new! doctrines and especially by the 'was a Greek and'probably died to$20. Go Cart*. Refrigerators,Ice Chests, _ _
-word cf the Lord by the prophet Eaggai, when Timothy Will a babe. His mother Etc. .
meekness and patience with which the --.....- .k '
:, Bring.." Our last lesson Aid that the endured the wlaa Jewess named EuniceTand ber '"' ""
preacher persecutions by ,. We have a eonaigi eat of Oak KMT and ',
nriuk of God and of the Jews caused motber wu named Loin: The cue and i .
f' the work on the temple to cease tin the which his very life was threatened by training of Timothy devolved upon his Bead Rockers that will be sold very low. Wehsdle
the mob. Ue Famous Cleveland and Banbler
lkeODdeN of Darius, but that theu God mother and grandmother His trainingwas
On second journey to the place BICYCLES. '
same
: eounge the people to resume the work. Paul found this young man Timothy
i (Ex. \i\ ti; T, 1). It la also; written In and took him as'a traveling companion Paul and Barnabaa were ia Lycaonia __,7 Eapeeial attention give to our MaD Order
i fie T,B,that although the enemies; again and helper in his life work as a travel (Acts xiv, 8). Timothy and his mother We Gnraatee SatlsfiicUun, both ia good sad

f. ought to causo tbo work to COMB tho eye ing ovacgelist received the gospel with "unfeigned .#x 5"= f..Give I'rIcN. Can OB u.or send ia your order*to

of their God was upon the JevTB and tliis 'I two letters of the apostle written faith" Seven_yt.ra later, when Paul .. .'.. ', 15 and 17 Lam J1CKSOSTILLE, FLL ONLY 19.00
time lie did not suffer the eupmk-g to tri returned and Timothy bad grown to
umph. In thU short prohecyi*verses to his "son in the gospel which we loung manhood he was let apart to the 4 21 D. E. COOPER M'f g Co. ,
have in the Bible, are of-great value tae ?
the
Thus
eiprusslona.; with the lord, or work of an enngel t. Be then becamea
The wend of too at this time, as they must have been
Lord came or their and colaborer with Paul .... -- -
t equivalent,ore found 25 times,marvelous to Timothy when be received them. companion :

\J einptuwLdng the truth that the b all They do more than show the tender and was signally consecrated and. devoted. Chas. N. WeishansSTATE t..
be stationed Epbeansto
the Lord'* doing. love of the aged master for his pupil Later was .
& "Spaak now to Kerubbabrl, the eon They reveal principles of divine truth check the heresies and licentiousness ,

of BhealUol, governor of Judah, and to in different phases and in new applications of the Ephesian church. Tradition says }
Joshua the son of JoHwlach, the high that be continued here as pastor of the -- AGENT FOB- ,:
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treated in other
priest, and to the residue of the people, not so fully any church of Ephesus and died a martyr's .' .
laying." It wa not for Haggai to ask, part of the Bible. under Domitian Nerva "
death or ;
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How will they ms-lre Ut or, What will they Timothy bad a godly mother, Eunice .
In what did Timothy resemble a Jun- "
think of mot He bed only to preach the and grandmother Lois. His father Longman & Martinez Paints

preaching that Gud bade him(Jonnh ill,2) was a Greek. From earliest boy ior Endeavorer X ThetmT: :>;: :

and trust God who Rave him the unaware hood the services of the synagogue bad 1. Timothy's religious training began ....: .

to manage Hi own affairs. It would be made him familiar with the Hebrew in his childhood. That Timothy Lime, Brick, Shingles,
well for all preachers to net thus: Receive Scriptures, and he had earnest faith in might stand steadfast in the faith amid ". i
the meawge from &>d. deliver it in Lila Messiah the heresies of Epheau Peal remindedhim .
the of God that a .
premises
puma in the power of the Spirit and be that "from a babe thou hast knows Cement and 'Coal Tar.
Israel He
redeem was .
should come to
are that it will not return .lIlw.void.
the Holy Scriptures, which are able to
but accomplish His pleasure and boy who by his own choice inclined to
prosper make thee wise unto salvation through
la that wlercto He rends It (Isa. Iv, 11)). the pure and elevating things, of .his wh ieh is l Ch t .1..afta". Th e Agent for $Sickler'fi Peering o C meat .Pl..ter
talth fU ne - --- e
TfiU would give grout qulutnwd In aervwa Jewish lineage rather.than to the vices I
became> uf.ocmCiL.Tico In God (Ipa.ark 15; and customs of his heathen surroundings Junior Endeavorer begins early to be religiously 13 South.Hogan St.'Jacksonville Florida. lo..11+U

lull 17)). and Grecian parentage trained and taught, and the ., ,.,

1. "Who in left among you that saw He is a good type of the young Chris Holy Scriptures should be his principal ,
this hoiuti In her first glory and how du yelaaltBowt religions textbook. Be should begin -
tian manhood of all lands and timesHe
I*it not in )'ourcyt:8ln comparison early to commit God'a word to memory.
convictions of
earnestly loyal to LITTLE BROS.
of tt a* nothing The contrast was 8. Timothy as an early' Endeavorer ,, i
and
and He was resourceful
between the first and the right duty.
tuwple present had good teachers. Paul speaks of those "
condition of things was co great that the reliable. Tact and discretion in manag-
of whom Timothy had learned his religious
cUUmwliohad seen the first house could ing difficult persons and situations are tbe refers I FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATEJacksonville COMPANY
Dot retrain from weeping (Ez. Ill. 12, apparent in his dealings. He Was deeply truths. Whether apostle
-It). Things did look very discouraging\ and truly devoted to Jesus Christ and to the Holy Spirit to himself or Tim .

aM when we look only at what our eye the cause of God among nun-not a othy's mother and grandmother is a .1 Florida.
Sur WI Will bo very apt to be either over- matter of difference of opinion. But I
dreamer, but a thoughtful man of ;.affaire.
ttDch puffed up or cast down. It is only Timothy was taught by all The Holy .
M*.no clod alone and believe Hla word, him. Paul taught him, y
feganUetf of feelings or circumstance, He is in excellent example to us and Ghost his taught dear ones taught him. They A Chance to do. Your If yon are requiring Fertilizer for Vegetable,
this w.taD ever be established and not Leaguers. These two letters form a
understood what they taught an -wj>om Pineapples, etc., write to us and we give
can
i* uregvd (II Cbron. u, 80; Isa. Til, 9; handbook of sound advice for us as you
E Bom IT, 18-81). young Christians of the Timothy type they taught They knew the Holy Scriptures more value for than other Man
and understood child life which your money any
/. "Yet now bo strong O Zerubbubel, I -

IIIth the lord, and be strong, 0 Joshua, BUbep Jahm M. W.U*.. every successful teacher of children ufactnrer or dealer in this State or from any .
ten of Jon+dech, the high; priest, and be For two the work of the mud do. They taught by example u
-gtroeg ell re people of the land salth theJ.ord yean past church in well aa precept. Paul", Eaice and Lois other State. Write for pamphlet, prices, et&,
and work tor I am with, yon, saith Methodist Episcopal Europehas '1
the Lord of Hosts." A moat remarkable been under his supervision. He baa exemplified to Timothy the Scriptural to above address. 6.U.I& j

fine truly Three Ume "ialth the Lord" made only occasional visits to the United truths which they taught bin. No one

ADd three time"be strong," because of States, as tbe duties of his office demanded. should presume to train children miles .t <

tttt L rd'* prcaence. The "yet" with conferences in Italy, Ger- be knows what be teaches whom he .I ilOb STREET. .

I { which tho Term begins take us to Hab. many, Switzerland, Denmark Norwayand teaches and exemplifies in bia own life t S- rNAECISSUS
ill n, where hoar the that whicn, be teaches. :
t u. we prophet say- Sweden have been held by him and I -
lag Though vines, olives, fata, flocks and a_ T'moth y We,._a wnP"fn.1.J\d..M._..-. _! ..... ._- I MY flPW1TAT/rn- '!
herd all full, yet' I will rejoice; In tho er. He soon developed evangelistic talent V V IV' II. f'

:\ Lord; or to !'- Ixxlil, 23, 23, where the and was placed on that committee and ,> H = )
writer, though dopialng himself because !. s nOI.RNER'
was a great success as a missionary. FAMILY QKOCEUZSL>
b Ml like beast said <
a poor Ignorant '.J" \ 1SB O.
(
\ KercrtheldM, I am continually with Thoe; :. \ and an evangelist .Juniors mast work, r. CALIFORNIA DRIED FXUIT8 .- .
I Thou feast holdiin! ma by my right band. a I il well. be.ta>;gbt t >b- :
FANCY TEAS MID COFFEES.FXESH
.*' According to the word that I covenanted ;4- Timothy' life waa molded andfeterained : 's- \

With you when ye came out of .by the early training* r* .5 GROCERY F1UTTS AMD VEGETABLES ,
JCgypt, .> My Bpirit remametb among cehed..Junior work ie a f.U,t ,,...Ie.' = IN SEASON.
*out iW 70 DOt. Not our faithfnlnetf, itpreanceachstacter..brist iq cbu* .
but Hi II, is the only ground of comfort: <
actar should be the aim of all Junior
Ha ftUdeth faithful Ha cannot deny Htm- : HEW STORE REWUIOS IMTEIIS TlOn T.
be
work sad Christ should :the great
elf (II Tim. U, IS). David, In bin last 1. .,
bonus. found no comfort in himself or In model constantly held up before all Endeavorera. !

hIs life which be had lived, but said, Yet ork
bath Ho made with me an everlasting Bible Read 1P.-Dent v. 18; I Sam.i. .J> Prompt Free DeUierj en. Both Sides of the Ltkt.

covenant ordered la aU things an4 sure 20.881i1, 1-14; II Kings ,xjii.: 1B; :

I fur this U ail my salvation and all my de- PLI.l.0i Tiii, 1-8; Pro,. I. 8-11: ,t. 0' J. F.
SIN ,11 Sun. zxtli. B). The love of the { 1s 20-23; nil l;EccL iii..1; Eph. vi. i-ti OLIVER Proprietor.
Bpir U (Ruin IT. 80) U one of our greatest Col iii, 80. '.
flomfurU, though not spoken of as much .' ,. -:
M the low of the Father or the Son. 1 Tr.. FHcadihlft. t .
buandfew comfort In lord'sMuranco tt
Then our
True friendship ia born from true
"Ducaufie I live ye shall live .
it that character He or she who. ia true. to self '. '
3at" (John ', 10), assuring tu -
however wash and unworthy in ourselves BISHOP JOHH U. 'II' LDK" ia true to everybody Those who prove
He U our life lira aitUulmwa our themselves to be always loyal always
Arength. much baa been done by personal eon. true frank and upright toward us, yet ,

.. "For thus saith the Lord of Haste tact with preachers and people to assist kind-not afraid to compliment ns and

Yet meet, It U a UtUe while: and I will the work. He is 68 years old. but still not afraid to reprove us for our own the demand in West Palm
fkk tbd U-avtois, and the birth, and the tigorpoa in mind and body. His traininp good-are what Alcott beautifullyterms Recognizing
to, and the dry Und." In erso 81 this +has given him eminent fitness for Beach for
them, "Tbe'leadersol the bosom,. '..
U mentioned. From Joel
baking again tbe position be occupies. He graduated .r
111 1ft, aid Hi-N ill,80 and their contexts being more ourselves that we are, and-
in 1852 at the of 21
acumluda thslatwtevergcnntnsnta.cu :!- taught school, engaged age in yearsHe we compliment our affections in theirs." The Tropical Sun Good lea at Reasonable Rates
e > in Kansas in the troublous .
lur had the fnUUliuect uf them U yet fu- work was ship is so closely akin to it that Jove
times when tbe fate of the state in Courteous Treatment of All Patrons
was / (
tam rood &*JU&.1W1ttb tho day of the clothes it in its own beauty. If we were ,
Led and the coming of Christ In glory. I the balance. He joined conference in more ,earnest in exercising the true
that the "little while" : 1858 and became eld': .
I think it prtbuUd pastor presiding
spirit of religion, true friendship would
f this verm wan tlul which lie referred! of the Freedmen'a Aid
'" er. secretary society
not be such a rare thing, and he world The Arctic Ice Works
IQ la John XVi 1ft-18, bus one will say and in 1868 one of the western
bow ojould Ho any a little hUe or quickly bock He delegate to would be made the brighter and truer. 1
agents. was a -
(Her.; gilt 7, a, 80) when He knew it 'conference in 1868, 1873 and 1870 general -Julia Teresa Butler in Catholic Uni_ i Job Department
/routs be perhaps 8,00 years or more! verse.
OF MIAMI FLORIDA
and was elected bishop in 1884. He ha .
Awarding tQ II Vet. fit, 8, our Lord Lall .
not Laun lone two days yet and if He made tour of the world, superintending Bis R.... .

comm tuck on the third day that will, in. mission work in Japan. Korea. There is an old legend of an enchanted
r Wt.qukky.! China and India. cup filled with poison and put treach- Have made arrangements to carry a full

?. ."And will, shake all nations, and erously into a king's hand. He signed Prints Letter Heads supply of Ice which will be delivered to ;
tho doslw of all nations shall come, and I Loss of Appetite. the sign of the cress and named ,the

Will fill this butuu with glory, with the Hunger is a sign of health. When one name c f God event. aDd it shivered in Note HeadsStatements all parts of town promptly and regularly. -
Lord of HaKta We know that our Lord
loses appetite, there is sore to be disease hia grasp. Do you.take this name of the. to
We endeavor merit
Oame to the tcmpleand taught in the tem- will your
fib>> when lit WM" hum in humiliation, and near at hand. This is equally true Lord as a test! Name Him over manya ''. .

thddUdpU (at W'three of them)behold of mind and soul matterS as of body. cup which yon are eager to drink of, patronage.

|Us Klury (John i, it),but the temple was Relish for good and pure things is a and the glittering fragments will lie at Business Cards J

pot filled! with glory, neither did He shake sign of a healthy soul. Appetite for your feet and the poison be spilled on I a

All nations. 114$.in the day of the Lord's clean thought and intellectual action the ground. What yon cannot lift before Bill Heads H. H. COOK Local Mgr.

VODtfuanoB and the time of recompense for argues vigor and virility of mind. Exercise His pure eyes and think of Himwhije ,
And all kinds of Fine Stationery
the eontrovtsrqr of Zton liLt indignation.
: of any'and every power is necessary you enjoy Is not for you.Alexindex
hall ba upon all nations (Isu. xxxiv! ,d.8). : I
to retain it in tone and preserve it Jdaclwen, D. 0-,
I. "Th silver b mine, and the gold to
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nine, ..tth.the Lord of Hosts." They Disuse of any organ of the body or capability e
Wdttt not thutcfore to be perplexed about of the person will end in its. Tae IBKCB.OMB... .f ClaU...... Are You Supplied? :I .

tfca beceseary funds, for Hewbo, owns the weakness or positive loaa. Tbe religions Children are single minded Iii ddmle. : t

liter and the ga.id had ordered the work nature mutt be cultivated, or it will .. The ingenuousness of childhood is

to be done,and He would provide. Even become paralyzed and dead. No one becomes one of ita charms Insincerity and pretense .
farina bad bum W to decree that of theRtsg'a strong and efficient in Christian are foreign to the child and its Givens t Trial Order

goods expHMt* should be given Virtue except by persistent and life is In this
ante these men and of bullocks, rants, long a transparent one. respect .
lambs wheat, salt, wine and oil ,that practice of the Christian virtues Our we all need to become as little children. -

whkh they have brad of day by day with- jfe should be well rounded. We have The shams with which our life ia filled Established 1875

.... fall (Eara ,!, 8. B). II our first desire any sides to our natnre. None should should be flung away. The deceptionsof ..

It always ibe kingdom cl God and Hla be neglected. We need tbe whole armorof foolish pride should dropped, and And 'We Will

rlghtauiaemt, We may be dire that all thetjciary God, and every part of oar being we should live one with another, in theJTnnlinitv William A. Bours & Co. 1

funds and wherewithal for His abnnJd bA develops in annnnrt..... the. tH.. .ftf.. childhood ftnlvttima... ,
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workill certainly be forthcoming as Tine panoply. If relish for any good we know the happiness that belongs to

thing ia lacking, take warning and bnt the boneet Grain Garden Seeds and
I. "The glory of this latter house shall correct none absolutely -Evangelist Fertiiizirs. .1
the evil
tie greater than of the former, saith the ,

Lord uf hosts and In this place will 1 give Please You.. I.
tvcrlooklBi No. 6 EAST BAY STREET
peaoc with the Lord of Horta. The tern- Called t. Aeeoul -;- JACISONVIU., Fix

pkt of Solomon was' filled with the glory of We often miss opportunities becausewe Just as the tiny shells make up the i .
the Lurd but we do not read that this are looking too far away, Thej chalk hills and the chalk bills together ,
mainly lie just at our feet. No baa We handle onljtke Best and most Reliable Seed A complete Stock of
kmtWof the restoration was, or Herod's one make up the range, so the trifling actions
totail, though to the hater Christ came I to leek far for a chance. Some chanceis i make up the whole account, and
Oats Flour Bran
ID humllUtion and on two occasions eer" hand. Small it may be not each of these must be pulled asunder Hay corn, Wheat Grits i

cU' ntI it, but the temple that is yet tot so attractive aa we desire but yet ,
a
separately. You bad hour to Cotton Seed '
an spare Heal Heal Both and
Bright Dark .
#stall see UU glory,and Jerusalem shall chance. If despised and rejected. it often the other .
day-what did dot You
t* called Jcb\J\ -tihunmah, the Lord is you
blocks all passage to better and bad a voice-how did it 1 Yoa t -AT WHOLESALE- ,
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then (Ezek. slit 8-71 xlvill, 8&) Christ yon use
b cow the peace of every believer(Eph.li, greater openings. If the present occasion had a pen-you could ate that-bow sL
,. Hi itom. T, 1), but when He shall site ia Seized and made the most possible did 'you employ it! Each particular -, State Agents far TyjtrWUUn F.rtilUer Co, :

span the throne of Uni Id of tho Increase I of, enlarged spheres are sure tQ remit hall be brought out and there shall be .I j. Star Brand rertiliMn-GoaraBtMd .Analyst* varWiu,. Pars
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of I1U government and peace there shall! and unexpected privileges rise from demanded aa account for each one.Bpwgwa .- .Roiu o u, tiatao. amtf of P> Dipiree teg.Rtate o. Tksiar.

po tact (Is. &I. d, 1) the IitUa. faithfully dose .'.. I ,'.' Bead tilizert for hate Cuteffteltf no 8 u parlor-U U'Uafkc"'Pi a.matww Tiac > \ ZAP .1


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: ." Ji.. 'iWiW1ionr OREGON} 4 I the ,ri/aodhv.lsiiied down her :City Directory.J il : l d' 4F' 4- '
colon to The < BARGAINS worth BUYING
punishment
:;A'. .... .'.. ', .' .0 "" ., .. escape 1 .
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a-fR E )ffI1til A61v sAUtBHIMtdj : ship //of erTera'. squadron the Vlzcaja OFFICERS. rW1LktoN4WHIUDIN .. '. .
was .... ,..... v" -AToeooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo-
8PANI8H.WA SHJPa: the eaddest,wreck: of the tour.When ytarCEO. .. .

'- ed'inshore she Save op,.the.fight end.turn PACT.,8.&ADAMS J0.f ES.<.3erkAaieaKand.:.-:-..............Tresaner V.1'1IIaJ ". "'.. .<><;, .. '. .

n. .......'1FT. +tk. UA .f B: hoisted; Commodore:rthe" slgrml.BcheTs'flafship .*Well done-, BOARD OF ALDERMEN. ; .:- > ;:. .f.:' THE BOSTON STORE

4 'Csk.is Get atM o.' IE.._ylastn Oregon! '' The Brooklyn had been.lathe G Co.w.POTTB. .. ....-....,.l'raIdStJOHN ; .

'r ft xtrn ...ek *,T.r. Op.a this Tlxcaja ffgfat; too;but she waa outclassed BBACH_.. -J-D.,3tATH .. .; ;,:.-".> >:, 1

; "*_Bille.otkiapaabN.: and some of the naval officers I.A.6TUWIlEUuCBO.LBlUlnWlctAu. ;- .. MRS. J..HANDELSMAN is here for the

'teoPtrlPtJ.bTO/L.Dmv.1 think. would have been 'defeated ,br SCHJIEBNiaC.B.M.rOTTZB ,. I .
; ; : t ; :.i> : next-week and will sell
Coaodl meeting oa the tat and jd Tuesday,ta .
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F :10,,the Oregon the' combined power;of.,the: Spanish each month,at 750 p... -'.,. ; :- ..' '::
,are the day at fleet had she been left to ,bear, the .. GoodsClothing .
Dry
a i Santiago It battle alone Captain Clark' says he __-us. '.

,.F, t t ;she did. u somea thinks"that the.Vlzcaya;as well aa the .. I

with :a con,fAllshowing' presence Colon'might of the hare'battleship escaped! bat Oregon for the In County .Directory.COUN7Y ::4 v:a_:rs I ATOST'IshoesCOME i

t r4 tend then this nick of time.. ,

great coast\ bat. OFFICERS. ",

'' ..tlesbipU the It was U o'clock when the Vlzcaya &. E. HRY8k8... >...-. ..... Co ntyJsdge ONE, COME ALL TO
iv: greatest naval went upon the beach. And that made it A.*. QUIMBY..CtreaitCoart Curt ,

berry of them a matter. of an boor and a half to put KOBT. L TATlOR, ,rroatcuUai AttoncfB. '
alL 'The'Span.r '. five warships and. two torpedo boats .J. CHILtmGWOBTH ....,.. ...-.:. llerit ,.WhOUsehthe:: THE BOSTON = STORE
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r' lards 'shouldnever out of the The Colonthe swift M. B.GRCBEK... ,.. .._....Taa AIIfIIIIcIr ,
a have > Colon. was left ,Would she (getaway .
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tf .. lowedthehO She was six, miles ahead of the Oregon WILt H. RUSSELL Snpervfcor" of Regfctrattonr'RANKLYN FRANK Manager. ..... ,JHILLDIH( !;{ BLOCK

,.4. gon to,te .ta It when';the.latter,tnrnedrher attention SHEBX.Sarteyof ,# "

1 at ilk They ,to .that direction.. : The Brooklyn Z.T.MERKITT ..Snpt. Piblie lutraetlra 4
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ought to bare captured ber and made waa,far In the wake, tSt the Colon COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.. .Columns .of
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4: ber work, her 13 Inch guns,against and had ,kept close. Inshore leaving the N.W.l'lTTS.lh&: P1l1u_.. Lake Worth < Ocean Steamship Company

'not In'aid of the Brooklyn'. Iowa adGloucester fight to her consorts and'makinl all G.H. LAI NHART._ .. _......Pair Beach < .

Eneed ahead to escape.The'crowding w.. t. anrtve g, .uu...,..__ .-",,Co.van p t .Goo -.w.' ..*. II a.. .-u,
But' 'the Spaniards' :missed their inshore of the Colon R. E.McDO.VALD.__->_._ qua y j SAVANNAH 1 L.I1NC.Florida .

grand opportunity, and.ao on JnlyjS proved her rnln for there were headlands W.V. RCSHISG._..._..............__VeptaM' .. > .. .

when 'Cemra tried .to rover;:jnp WarKlnaJ Jutting.out for miles and time 'Ccmttisaionew meet la regular seethes.04 4 4 .. ,
blunder by a' bold ,dash fore was lost rounding them., The Brooklyn the ant Monday in each moath. -

liberty the Oregon' was first'to'sound didn't! attempt to follow ,the Spaniardtober FLORIDA. LEGISLATURE. TNT <: To New York ... And Boston. :T t ,

the weird siren and ,fire: aygna (to windings. but kept her course MEXIIK8 r&OII.48&CO ftY. ; ,, : '. : : .,
alarm"the fleet 'It U said that when, for the headlands to bead her off Both E N.DLIRCKP&ImBeschSeaator: / : .

: the alarm: 'was interpreted.the men;of the* Br66kljniand Oregon' sent their I F.8.MOHSEMiamU" .. .,,, ,.RepresentaUve ;. : A Short Rail Bide to Savannah, Thence

R the crew jumped and shouted and clapped men to dinner by watches for they COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. ..'". A,. Short Sea Voyage.
their hands to U eivlldeat joy, NO' saw that. it was to be ,an affair of ,I.VI'uuaTUDUt Olt .nasvaucTtgD; '

doubt but la that 15.000 mile voyage hours to catch up with a, ship rated z.T, ),InUTTuu.I.cUlOD.QltyxiXBiag TBOPIGALBES7: Sailing from Savannah:

they. .expected; :atevery,portthe! news aboye ,them both ;,for speed and hating or SCHOOI. BOA.a.J. : 5 Ships Each Week 5
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such a finestart.,. On nearing the'Spaniard W.I ACK80 .Chatrm",..Coeoua& Grove .
that the War-wu ever,and the. Oregon the 'Brooklyn signaled to R. a.KING__ d"..___...?,rdapitas a "tAll

... i bada't. &shot to boast otHo r Captain Clark referring to the Colon> A,W.GALNTT____. MNlpoluYo ticket agents and hotels supplied with sailing schedules. Write for' .
lost, o the, hurrah', general
time was; er .. .
"Shi seems have been built information sailing schedules "
to mitalyT stateroom
reservation call
or on
setto
'tug, however, for Captain Clark, ,*.- .
e work to sink the'enemy or' drive him I'' Clark signaled back "She may 'i E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WAITER HAWKINS, Fla Paa.. AgU.

,\ 'iab re.. ''Closfcg In for al-tSofiTand getting have'been built In Italy but. she'll end : H .SUN' Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. (i-to-g8
on the coast of CubafCaptain State ; .
t uy)h-.hlghe8V,ptead took about Directory ': ': .
Clark that at time -
one .
that time the Oregon says : -. '
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> i was no longer simply a battleship he feared the Colon. would. get away .I ; ., o. Do 'You Want a
A, volet from the fighting top call- EXECUTIVE DEIARTMENT ; --"
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la tho fleet;,bnt,the battleship of the ?
I l:- fleet At 10 minutes to 10 o'clock with ed ,through a megaphone to Cap W. D. BLOXHAM............'.." ....Golfaor We base them to Sell,and if we have STEAMBOAT
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: taro Clark. ""Oh captain for God's JNO.L. CRAWFORD.__;.Secre&ar otxat.War. none on hand to suit,we caa build
i" an astonishing burst, of ,speed, she Just what want I
you
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B. BKYSOI.D3- .......
sake, 1 say can't you give her a 13 'fCOaptrqUu .,
t. leaped through the water between the Inch sheD r The men in the engine JAMES: B. WH1TF1BLD .,...>.?..Tvtuarer !
". Iowa and Texas and with the accumulations WK.B.LAMAR.............Attorney General We are also PreparedTo
room were straining to keep up speed nLTJl1iAi1Y."
,r of her long voyage. still w. N. 8HSAT8 _Supt.. Pibllc laitnetUw ,.' Furnish ,
and
< t a ,clinging to.her sldea kept the lead In rapidly becoming exhausted., To 1..B.WOMBwELI.-.....Alon.AgrlealEure .;t ? "
;r } .i .the race over the ships.with her at the cheer them.the engineer came on deck PATRICK HOUSTQN,..-? AlUlUaL& Geura1 l
1, beginning. The Brooklyn bad the start and added'his plea to.that of the man w. II.xu.TON.Ji-..,...., Swrtywqeaerelpttce -.. Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. ;
t:' the In.-the ,top. ,About that time. Bchley'a *at TaUanauee. Florida ft '., ,
1 tnOeld. ",fwt Oregon'sspeed;
<, -train"from iT .
railroad
for
t signal.asking a t sjTiiet
tonwwbat......., surpassed that ot.A the- cruiser tha.!- Oregon vra seen, and thegreat -. .U.-. -S--SENATORS.-- id14' :+ n'L ,.. .,.
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D' s --..yn. J. TALlArtJtJtUJaeklOq"IUea. write or call on us Anything ut ;
t When the Oregon,cleared the Iowa* battleship.' let go'one- of her 13mch"'heUa .UAtLOKT._ ._ _p.eo1. Our Line that you need

1 word reached Captain Clark,that :the U. S CONGRESSMEN. '
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'. torpedo- tawere coming-out., 'The AU' the'8hpa'.began' firing but the ROB?. W. DAVIS ,.._...... _;.. Palatkaf '. .', 1 Merrill-Stevens Engineering. CPi

epydyylbgttp Eofe. pq\1DtJers pas. range was done.was BO At great SMIOO.11U'ds.that little.nearly damage five 8. M. 8PABKMAN__...;..._.....i.Tanps .
ord .to attend to the boats, while SUPREME ..:.' '
COURT "
JVDGES.
J mltea. the Oregon\ 1,100
?""* 'feprMd..funa, ot the racing ship. pound.shell just ahead dropped, of the r a Colon U. H.MABBT.......LyfetJitftlqF.B.CARTER. .. : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

i poundedawajsat the.,Colon and the : ....?,.... ,,,Al80cia"4nllfliB. .
with the
Oqnandd,'.atthft,;.tWlth\ .-,,third knd and plowing the:water..Brooklyn's just behind projectiles It was y. TAT .OB.._.,.. ..* ;..IR.R..COMNSSONERs. ., ;,! u.-98 Paea i Jacksonville Marine Railways
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r. ;1Irt1ai 1D,U1. u.. t,eseaplal' peyThs : !
'; ,tHdft ttot1t *aa only a question of : t r .- '.' .
ofthe boats do sly
tate wan
time wbeu'di most'get the full force H. & DAY Chainaut._r.....wGAiat '. J
watched from" the .Oregon, and Ulf .111 thireutricecguna 8ha headed for J..1.-:.VO GAN..:... .":.:_.. _...__.-:daaptt .! ,' .
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'ihlirt'chnmldersayBrlttookjlnsi M:BB.YAN ._ _.. i' BUDDED
J. ; Kiufasaic CiTRUSTREES
.shert 8141 to ()"t.l0i l aI laudoda ,'
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'mluut t to ae d them to the bo tum. JOHN I* HHE1.SY.Ja.Cl.rk_ __j.AmdiaHcad ; I '
I : ;1aiipccb, afferq her she struck
of
The explosion which settled'the Fi rofre <)nUhaaiec. *d m ndoIi et QI tbe>lt+er4 a& Tai -RAISED ON- -
Jiej colors It wax then ; m.. and
i ftred < ) : \ f jVj p. .. Advertising'MEDIUM
; -l4 cred1W4 t'Il.beU,. bJ the I!
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Atonal "Cease lrin8i" ended tho
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.SPRUCE
; om !,' ... PINE RIDGE... .
Y s the seen dar7 battterry.missiles i I great para: )bat1!.. ;sit Santiago Bay ... .. 4 ,.

I" Wild Lemon and Sour Orange stock. Also fun line TROPICAL FELTJIT and
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'The controversies'over the : '' ORNAMENTAL sTOck. JOHN B. BEACH. West Palm Beach
.. .:Afteritheeras trlumpb.ot.the ay, great naval General.Directory.COURT Fla.
ivtIFlast'as .
battles long as those .
Iv one to which the guns otthe.D over Waterloo Shiloh and Gettysburg: -
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contributed not a little, the great bvtieshlp
But some truths are apparent now in
I rushed on toward'the fleeing_ the sober and unvarnished accounts of CALENDAR. ". Florida East Coast
Seventh 'Cllit. Ry
cruisers. She lot',wtth1D.2.000 yards ( ( ) ;

'of the.Teresa and opened. on her just participants. According to Lieutenant M.8. JONES............... _Circuit Jlaag*
u she made the ,beach and lay high J. D.BEGU3...._..... .State's Attorney TIME TABLE NO. 21. IN EFFECT JUNK 11. WMt

and dry upon It all aflame. The flag 8PBINQ TEBM.aceola I .
> County lat Monday IB March SOUTH BOUND (Read Down NORTH BOUND (BaaA U ktlnfiS
the Teresa
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was defiantly ,flying upon Ornp U 'J .
and the Oregon raked her savagely as I 085
sNofBIr
1 Lake Uh" STATIONS
she passed on after the Oquendo.. I Volnata Jd M April :a ff :=any JSfcSw-i..:.
,Clark's the. <; ..Diii U6p'; i a.. Leave....., ._..j R
Captain atta.ek.upon ?
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Brevard 'Ul' : I. 815p 1O anal Arrive..............bt.Aug11tine..Le.y I 14ta Qw
Oquendo has been called a charge. .The Dade 1st Monday, after it* Monday i2up:1085a ILea v................Bt.Auruitine..Art1v I s.p C 1ft
ship's historian so classes It .and explains I Ih r"WE'TI in ApriL i $5"pUUia, : | ........ ........ Hastinn......_........La b e lit.
by saying that the battleshIp FALL TERM. 11 a 6 37p'1155'Arrive' ................_.Paiaka....... _.......wv u 11iii tIJt.: OE
515p' U ... ......... .. ;. .
lICOaLeaVO.
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,opened the'Spaniard the:forward Oaceola County,1st Monday in October. e Paalka..A Ti a W.
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.. TI5-: Arrive .-Pan .
Mateo-------------- .
IUD' and all the guns; of: tty Orange Lake tt" M 4U -M "" ......1_7JOaL! ave_................SanMateo......_- .......Area'S.L6av -U" 001

starboard battery. The.Ognendosandt i. avp 11 3t* Lia............_ ,. J:o8t PaI.tb..Le&v 5sil Jii.; .
'..Yticaya i were ii. ,line, and the Colon Volusla Jd ". .J ov, w EKLY pAPER 8 1:Sop .... ........._?.....*.Orroond.Davtona................... .. .e; t!1e.E
Brevard 4ik M : e rm t loss ...........-...... ..._........... .. a M
Wit passing them on -the Inaide.e'The[ let Monday after the 4th Monday fjQ ???[ i lap ...............Port Orange......... ... I lOla
L Oqnendo was farthest out, and f the in Novemker.GOVTSIGNAL J iaSTJMMKTl :?>P! ".. ............a..tiew .Sinjrua.CUkHlU ............... .. e 1 0"
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Oregon closed In to-within >yards, SERVICE DRP1i ,I 10 Jduy SnipSlip ............ ..-Tiia>!niio ................. .. 1411) I gt'
after 12 minutes of the bottes fire now nowt .. 350p II ..........XStv Point................ .. I.
and } .. ........ __ ; "
W.CBONK ? observer -.*.*. aSlop : ::::....;............ ... ......... I .....
t Imaginable every man and 'officer on Observatory at Jupiter Inlet. s' o .**... .. ............... .PoOt'.todre., :...........:::. : 1.. :t.
: the battleship fighting 'as' though ,all 1:1 ..... 4l2p .. ............;:.. ................ !Ye. ...... tie..
COPT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE, 'In'/The A ,.. .. .................flanalarne................. 135; ....
I 'depended upon hU ,effort,, the gin1 Llzbt ; ..:.. IF y ..... ............R0&6au.l.: ._.............. .. 1I4 a ..,. s
'fire. Hercourse "Iwas House at Jupiter Inlet. STJMMKTl k _..... 5 tip : .................. baatiRU................... I. I
unrrat .
lard waa on JAMES A.ABMOtTB....... .__.___Keeper ... 5 alp ..........- ...St. Lnct ................ : lWI4k.,.... .
changed to the shore, and the Oregon J.A. WELLS... ........._..._... Assistant unr A ...... tlop'Itiln; '\ ".. .. ....:_Fort Nerce- .. .... 10 ...... .
:. passed on. Intent upon. the chasetak- x BEr4J: .WF.I.L.. __, _._. ......... _got_ Aeel.unt ....:.:..- .....;.._.. ....EJan....:.............. 1Q ,. NE4' i .
n. J i 04''p1| ....-............. jeun.................. Niuai sa. "
lug the burning snip as she had pane SETTLED AKOTBKBl"Eberle's U. i. LAND OFFICE. rIJ i .................u tuarl ............... .. 'Q M |> %,
the Teresa This second vlctjm !'waa account In Century, the 4 Daily 651'P'I; | ...............,Hobe f-ound................ e 13ar> 41y5]
y H. 8. CHUBB,.._' .?... ._...._ __RegteterOffirea o JhTUi ..............-Vittit Jupiter.............. .4iaLr.snt '
terribly cut up, and ifr la said.that the Brooklyn' and' Oregon were alone at ; at Gainesville Florula. g TZTta'SUipl! ; .........._.We t Palm Btach-........... l uaIT r3; I
I shell which finished her was one froiri the scene of battle while only thepasta STATE:.orF.l0RIDA. 1241'! Ship 1 II ............... _Bo.'nIOl1_..,...... .... 'a 'UIIa.II; '
the Oregon's 13 ,inch ?' e've of the nearest American ships ly 14PaII4<>pl") .............. .. to1rll1 ................ a ,.....*lum w i
gunaJ '
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a 18 4&2at8ip, ... fortLaud< settled another! Look :out for the were visible. The New York and .Texas = 814a'10aJp; ..\.......... Lemon City.............. : 'Sl ssp% X4ue103Op
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rest!" shpnted Captain Clark from,the were miles away and did not reach I / Arrive .Miami ". .... ; .

13 inch turret;; evoking'cheers and the scene,until an hour after the' Colon. BETWEEN. XEVt 'bMYKXA. AM ORANGE CITY Jf.MTtO.V.STATIONS .

"Aye are!" from the crew.above: and. .was dispatched. No.'No II il 1e.t t.U5pll010a'Ly.
below. The Brooklyn: is Conceded to have seeC.CCC ... ., : New ,. ......... ........... .r az >,
i |50pU2UkMV| ..V.l'.V..V.7..LakeHelea .................. ,...... i.1.. 11 i.!
When the Oquendo gave cp, the VUcaja been no match for the best of the 4 pll88a"\ ...................,.. .Orange aty ............ ......._.. .> 'Uaua'4-'t "If.
; was two miles ahead ofhe, 'Oregon Spanish fleet and this the officers of ..IflSplltiaUr......,.. .. _. ... Orange City Junction............ ...... UK*: ing.
and the Brooklyn steaming neck l' the Oregon make clear In claiming for All trains between Xew Smynm. and Orauire QtT. Juuetiua Umly'tit-oyt Suauav.! ... x

; and neck with the pride of Cervera'a their Battleship a great share In the BI.TWMI'.N 111 V".LK0: 'AXJ'.IRI.

I 8chley'a'signal to the fleet to Instruction of the Vlzcaya and Colon. Koll &TATO ij.
fleet "1 First-Glass ,Advertising: 'uua Ly............................i... .Titnavilltt._...... ............... .......... fffej1
Clark. am persuaded A
L close up was passed down.the line by Says Captain M8a: ....................................."!otiml!.............. _................. .Ly? 19&
the Oregon, and she responded to:the hat! but for the officers and men of .2Iia ................................... ) .. '............................... ..
I ................... ............. ..a.Mt ....... .
the Oregon who steamed and steered I C : ............................. "
call bl. opening ,011 the V4acaya .withUr' ; ...... ..... ...... .. .... .
1 tuna ... .Xnte..r\58 Jua':tiOD. ... ..... ..... ... ........ "
forward'guns and Increasing here the[ ship and fought and supplied her IgUaAr..................... .... .... ..banford.: .. ................. .. ....... ; '
peed. The Oregon war within 3,000 batteries the Cristobal Colon aDd perhaps I Job Printing '.Rate Sheet All trail oetw en wills and Saaford D ily feet eun-lay.

yards of the Vlxcaya when the Span- the Vlzoaya would have es I Iaped. I :

lard made the well knows movement' ." KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

of turning offshore as if-to' ram the The gallant captain places the steamIng Tae itaamer of the Florida Kant Cut Steamahm (Vmyony are appointed to lUlu roKwtistraawulp

Brooklyn. The Brooklyn received, ,the and the steering first, because but the Sun .. From Miami, 11.dU p. m. Tiiettaya and };;;laya Arrive KeCHy /
full fire of the VUcaya's forward guns, for that the great battleship might At' ( Dice. WMI"of to .Key.(! with West ueainer l.HU p. m. Wednesdays aud Saturday Trala at fanBaau

I jrhlle.,ber. port batteries greeted ,the have. lost bet chance to stand by the 111 be Sent. ',9nAp0 ; grew K.jr Writ From Key Went 3.10 p. m. We Oregon' Intrepid< advance. As. the Brooklyn!. The. Oregon and.Brooklyn :. 1e l>lrct.. Miami 530a.m.Thuredayuad_ Sunday ctmoectlm wits traJa Tt.

Spaniard 'stood :.broadside., across .the' stood together all .through, and : lit aliWllp +Oi.|I l"rvm Miami. a. m. M'nUy and Tauri...y. Arrive U e f .
3 Oregon's bow she, was a fine target Schley's'signals to'the: ships 'were all West p..m. Mondays suet Tuuradarn. lora Kay W... t Sw (ftaml".HavaBa >
same d"TS- Arrive (.lulUla.6 a. Tueed.ys )
IlL and
13 Inch shell seen from the Oregon and obeyed.Having rldaya.
And la a few minutes a From Hayan.
direct
tailing! for M.atnl. 11 .
a. m. T a4i .
truck her amidships. Volumes of ,been favorably .placed at the plication. and Key War and X Arrive sham! 5. m. Wls diH and aatu .va*
I steam tad smoke arose from the doom- outset, the Brooklyn clung like a bullterrier vtfth nun 7M.
ed ship. The Oregon's fire i was doubled to the necks of the pack and the .Thews Time Tables gnaw! the times at which trains and boat may be zpwKJtoerrtvetvi '
depart from the soveral atationt and port., brit their arrival or departs at eM
I and u the smoke cleared from Oregon came up a* a mastiff to, rend t stated ia not guaranteed nor done the Oumpany hold itself. rwpooaUe tur aay d lae*ewe acopy */
It wasseen* that the' Vizctya and tear the game ornered by 'her wavequenoet. arletng therefrom.
a broadside
I'o'r oi leoai time card call at 888 West Bay Street,JackauovUM.or addree
I bad turned about and waa, run- plucky_ comrade.. The details of ,the J.P.VVTiirWfTU: 1S>af9tn Uuska,a.. J. TBASTV. .. .. U... L A. ; .A. ..
\sing for shore like her. consorts light show that the"Brooklyn risked W. MITCHELL! aShoe ; St AagmtUis --- -- -
Ca tam Clark still stood'bJ the 13 destruction for the'points she gained J
....
I teea guns and as the change of coarsebrought but that' ,the Oregon.was on hand to Repairing Neatly Done,'Bar cr.i .

the yfecaya upon the Oregon's i seize the advantages ,;won by ,the ness Sewed and Repaired.

'port bow he exclaimed the }battery f Brooklyn's boldness and splendid< .tac Outor.tow1.ers'
captain: -There's your chance There's tics She fired 90 shots: leas than the will receive
promt attention Shop on Olive Street "
,your chance! At that close range the Brooklyn or 1,903.GIOBOX next door north of TKOPICAT.Sun BUIld., fe '. ; SUBSCRIBE FOR THE pun
p loch guns flatted awful havoc'upon L. Knjoa. tog. 8-l8 31 ;4 f .


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Rep.rl .( th. pnMMwdiof of DdVC :- and 28 others., .S.., C. poad..t'. Ceflection tal it tU. QDest .hl..i"", te u.. honda Section I. ThatIt shall be .uuUwful : AJ ** -
of tfc LseaJ *
,I f!any person or persons, except upca Wrestary -
,". .ua> a4uer.M Their,HecUugfllk. Same was referred'to Commissioner IT w"y Kotw About Oar Neltib.n xeKlnhly IHrnacrat. '
McDonald and : their own,_enclosed premises,to hstt, 4RdIgIoeieofa4i. -
.t ibel' investigate report at ,B.t ., r.. ,
next chase,kin or otherwise molest any wild
meeting.. Under the above caption the Jacksonville deer in. this State except duringti -C Ipiuspal .rriIH. --
MIAMI Fu.. ;' 'PEnnoN: Editor bopn:... SITS
Sept. 5 1899.- : Call says: months .of October NovemberDecem- Zniseopa.cnuncn-etbesda.ky-th4aL
County 'Commissioners met this day. 10 Honorable Boat d of County Commissioners I, Adolph and Andrew Freedluod were "In 1900: the issues will be as they ber and January of each, year. Anyone ,Service! every RST.I 8, Fit itiiaf*'JAMS eniai HUMT at u,f/dIaCL.ldOL

F Members present ,Get V>*. Lamhart ofDade County, Flaj home .for a day or two the first of the were in 1896. The expectation of seeingthe this of 8uiidUkMSp.se. .

< Chairman ; R. E. McDonald,' W. J. GENTLE3LEIIWe. the undersigned week laying plans for fall and 11tCIyegeta.ble' Democratic party change fronton :violating. section shall.be guilty .Baotftxaiiwo e. St. AIH.-Kttta Wadaai&v. .f .MftHiy
registered voters and residents ', W its financial plank of 1896 will be futile. a tnisdi meaner and upon: conviction t. acrwrcBd romtfc .
mourn.UT.. 5..r. .
: Shone and W.V. Chilling iinaymt.u.w
Rushing t'Rt J. of Precinct tupalers County, farming. They! ha vet many Such vacillation and inconsistencywould shall be' fined for each deer killed not ... buru.a.Ja..IeaeWr, j

worth. Sheriff,.-and A. F. Qoimby, Florida, do most earnestly aDd respectfully words of praise for the extensive and be fatal." more than oDe hundred dollars or less '

; Clerk. request that'your honorable body artistic improvements made |ron the Harmony in the DemoCratic.puty.is than twenty-five dollars or be imprisoned : Tsiafoy .I.a. "

.: Minutes of last meeting. read: and .ap.proved. reconsider the vote taken at yonr, last loyal.i'dopUHtti: and grounds, ,where desirable and essential to success. Bat. in the at hard labor Wehlmasdf. :i
jail
,;: .. meeting in regard to .the aplhcatteh of county
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Service win be held
bait fcculatfV sves'faattay
'. William N. Woods for a permit to'sell ther beett displaying'their mechanical says Board Of Public- Instruction filed!. liquors, wines and beer tn laid Election skill the past siUDm r. .. % expected that the millions of Democratswho three months al Mxetta SUvtta. I* L. klUKJa
financial statement for month Precinct No. and ask that the Hi8dry wiii kava durgtof tiMsetwrvicea t
enr.ingJuly 7, we Tie steamer Lake Worth has stood by the Chicago platform will
been lue '
UDIES'GIILD al
; 31. 1899. _0' '" permit petitioners be will granted .as prayed for and. lying at 'our dock in the canal for the ever consent to'be. dictated to by those Sec. 2. That no person or. persons Po a;. xu.Gn L ery)( ft.Ul.I'reI'I.xu. Frtoy LID.
:' ever pray.. firm corporation shall sell for .GASJuiKa.kcr.Uiy. .
E.II. Dimick 1ed"a. of Fine or expos
report (Signed) J4.YKES1 past two weeks,'waiting fqr. Funk Broi.toejbe who strayed away from the party in
: and Forfeiture,'Fund for-:month ot Au- should be held sale,or have in his, her their or its possession
aud79others. :: ;) aejo !yeflthorougbOverhauling. 1896. Principle always II. .. CUPsb SMtL,
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gust, 1899, as follows :- As the case'had gone to the Circuit ., Then when "Pa" returns paramount policy.In i for sale at any time any wild SowiaySciool ia a....aM EpwsrtJi t**IM
deer... venison deer bide audit shall i pk m.. every Saadar. Cetera accu '.
or mjn
Balance badd Fine and Forfeiture Court Commissioners' did not co1lusioo of Democrats with
on County 1896
to apply new coat of paint she will Len fig Tkinday cratef* at Tol$. I.Hres'' ayef -
Fand,ABK BeedpUtor' Angoiit.-.____.__... 50 01 any .again to cither: skit the firm or corporation to ship or transport vice ar>t,second tad third Iuda,. of each ,
in the matter. canal or wrestle wttli'the wild waves oat of the Democratic party and elected mwrtS al ii a. H. and xi$ p. .. Iatkiveo.aioseew1flbohcJItanh. .
deer venison or deer hide or' hides tag ..'"...
:: Geo. W. Lainhart presented County a Republican president. It was a most any '
'TU 87IMsburewentfor oa.the briny deep.UstKFridayitu. i tee DM regular divU tetviec. WtMftbtb*! -
Augn,_,,,__',. 284 62 Treasurer's receipt for |i6 derived from T shameful, disgraceful and humiliating mills, State for.sale at any time. and h glad to have ww present; COMCM and kt,w I
aiogwhile; Frank. The Foartk Sndajr .rrtew will be 'tld at
shall be unlawful for Carrier
a sale of a shack used to confine lunatics : thing to do, and there is any way to any common lantau at 11 a* .. At Hypdaaa, aSs 9. ..
:-Total __._..,_..,...-...._..__.. '515 S3 Palm Funk was quietly strolling along ia his to transport shy deer venison, deer bide ABqy.tsep.IB. .
West
at Beach.It
ot such cal
the
recurrence a m.
prevent ....
"bare skin" k'.IL.1fUU.
The 'of moccasins he saw two deer i hides in thU State time to be .
; applications W. P. Hatchett was ordered to issue a w.rrantia ceding in the it? it should be done. or at 'any

and W. H. Girtman to sell wines,liquors favor of the Miami Benevolent Association "Promised slough skirting the : Palmer and Buckner were made scapegoats sold. Any person or persons firm-or t-.tttaat, CbcaHaa..

j ud beers, in District NO.7. were for $io for nursing and 'medicinefor Hill. Land" adjoining Poverty by those who claimed they could corporation violating the provisions of **v&APai&P.Serkes .....,. I

puted. u they had complied with the H. D.. Smith; The surprise was mutual and .he not conscientiously endorse the financial this section shall upon conviction be at 18:m.'an't 700 p. SQIhJ.
pretty amajeweft eeiaeo aid Pastor &bte ..
creatures stood in for 1u a' If lit. :
law sod no objections had been filed. The bills thisground punished by a fine of not less than fifty Clarilltlu EadM.-or H ea -
following
were presented several plank of the Chicago platform. On Po" bsy '
Seconds while the 4ea eQn? was dollars hundred Weetia<< Wed..s.:, at 1', ...
than
The .
applications of ,R.T Stevenson audited, allowed and ordered paid put themselvesin nor more two
his they sought justify __ 1
fumbling through pockets'for a bit
and dollars be in the .
Elijab Meredith were presented to or imprisoned county
otheGeneralVund- |sA of salt then scampered in't defying the regular organization of .*t.Anna CatheU Cbtueh. .
the Board, and upon' motion of Commissioner away .. I jail at hard labor not more than three
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E H"fler.alarlaud igndrtes-....! 83 00 direction of Mount Songaree. the party and. bolting its regular nom leJ\aJlta j wjts tauday.Jaaurv 8U there
McDonald action was post R R Taylor, salary Angmt._........- 83 00 inees., nor less than one month. will be Holy MOM sad aenna every Sosdoy

poned until a p. m. M P lallosalaPJ Anku t-., ,....._' 40 00 Did u11el1. Pence but.know his 6ne There was not an intelligent personin Sec 3. That no person shall hunt or and atlOo'etoeka-w.Veper fl'nlce.aMdajr, t JW ..tWJIoIa'a., I,.., -

Elijah Meredith appeared before the C C alght. BaL o!Com. aa Assessor, 163 10 pineapple field was'just j i getting ready toput kill his inclosed Os_k 4f UUM will .. at T....
except on own ,
did know
._ the United States who not prem.iaes : "
city of MiamI, operation ferrg.lu, 25 00 i winter he
on crop, could no longer
Board and state4'that hU application Bay Biwayue Pub Co Ilceow notice, a 00 that Palmer and Buckner stood no show I any wild turkey, quail or partridge : Evening Star .
himself Iradg*, ft*. .,
content
wu'lor, his.own use and that no one had Miami Telephone,'phone for quar.tntoNov.5. away up in Indiana. whatever of carrying a single State ,in : in any part of this State save only from IaJlbu .1 P'tb1u.

any interest in the same, and that his .,._._.?...!......:_._ 9 00 That last application of fertilizer and the Union. Out of nearly one million the first day of'November until the firstday Heettew i"rldal Jna1d at".'dot,. '".
McDonald t Sernggi. plumbing on scuffle-hoeing under the new management aId tiw. Vliti1! W4kia ...
location was in a different part of the of March of No telt.4.
Court Houe ....,,...._ *..;....,..-.. 63 '1$ has brought them to the height and a half votes polled in the whole aafyear. person ca4I. flail ever. fa1llk'kIIooI = ,.
town from Wm. N.-Woods' place, Edwin Kelson furniture for Court ": up country the Palmer and Buckner electors shall kill, except upon his own inclosed S. H. Bn..n.Co Co

k ::\ .'At a p..m. the following objection was Houde ._......_...<,,,_..,....__ 20 Q jf| man's waist The will come-into carried only one insignificant precinct! premises, more than four turkeys and WLBvDDlLoIL *. .14.97

filed against granting a license to Elijah Biscayne Lumber Suppljr Co,luni- belting just about b time to reach the The of. that bolting ticket no more than twenty-five quail, aid uo -

.. _.._ .... six-dollar-a-crate supporters
ber for Cjmrt: Hou } 84 81 prices. Cully is a coCubk.
.Meredith of iwo shall kill ,
; simply made themselves ridiculous by party or more persons
D R lumber for Court House -

'. )> i MIAMI,'F!,.,., Sept 4, 1899. and Knight IIblnltlet., ....._., ...?,...,....-... ,.., 6 50 _him lucky_ .t._*boy.,Ofvt_ fact_His. mtnA tomato...__*> reVlld.crop t.brought& _ft*).&. throwing their votes away. Shall such more than_six turkeys and.no more. than To_ 0 OirIthnon._ _u __._.__ t. <
To LAs fjoHorable Board of County Commissioaen L N Wade, grocer hilt for Angnit, n. w USb S" wau men be permitted to rule or ruin the fifty quail in any: one day., And no ,
. another $1,000 of commissions, IoHr to make room for oar Jarxe' J
(pauper_ ,__ .. 10 00 express
of Dade Cavntyt Fla.; -?? ? Democratic party? person or person, firm orporation, stock of Fall Goods which
H lirooker t Co, Krotery bill for and now while away on his vacation, our buyer
GElIi'TJ.tMEWe: the undersigned Aufrust Fegley .,?...,. ?.??.?_.?._. 8 00 wrestling with the science of What sane man believes that were association or company shall sell.expose will purchase next month is New York.
emphatically protest against ihe grant J E LammoB grocery bill W H Jen- and buainessiatmatIcshis bookkeeping the party to pursue tie policy desiredby for sale or have in; his, her, their or its we will sell everything on hand At First .<

tag of a liquor license to the following tins...- t._. .._..,.......t_._...__ 27 00 pine. the gold standard Democrats that it possession ia this State any wild turkey Cost.A. .
named party, Elijah Meredith (colored) W J TUornton.bill for Lane children 16 12 apples are developing into Vsmall fo,. would ever be successful? Who believes quail or. partridge save only from the chance that happens once a year. .
for the following reasons; 1st we honestly R B J'oHl'r. 11 IK medical attention tune. Who says investments in muck REMEMBER-Clothiog. Dry Goods. '-I

believe it is a scheme of'Wm. N. for County.-.,.... .....-...,......... ...... 16 0 211 and pine land at Boynton don't ? that 6,500.000 Democrats will ever first day November until the first dayof ,and' Furnishings at Pint Cost. '
Woods to call "a rose by another name;" Dean Brog printing license notice..... 3 00 : pay change their,views at the dictation of a March of any year. No person shall -24-tI SIRK11TS BAZAAR. 'j'

: 3d, he has been aa inmate of, and employed J D Matbla,grocery bill pauper (UB- A newspaper published in the northern faction having a majority IB but a single entrap any quail except on his own :.
in said Wot N. Woods' saloon- burn-,. __ a 00 part of'the States last week Bramble} -Does Dobaon .
til nil-r-- n T"-l--.t.l>tM- quoted an precinct in 'the United, States The I inclosed pre bes. Any person or persons plaj aa 4
disorderly place-and therefore is not H It King burial of pauper.,..., --, 12 00 article from THS SON in which reference association honest poker
,corporation. or game
idea is and ridiculousto company
a man of good character ; 3d, that murders Luramns & Hewell. dynamite for preposterous too \.
and robberies have been committed County, use.._,,__, ,_.,._...,_ ?? 85 58 was made to large yields and correspondingly .seriouly entertain for a single moment. violating the provisions of this section rhonw-Certaislj bedoeL'Did _

,_ there .and we have no evidence that A F Quimby,County recording......... :23 15 large profits on tomatoes by i ., shall upon conviction, be punished bya yoa erer. Bee hiai:;win T-Ex.. : -,
; there will be any improvement in the W V Rushing Co Com work ,and several Boynton gentlemen/adding at But what shall be said ot those who fine of not less than fifty dollars nor .

future should licenses be granted this I mileage..,._,___ __..-,.____ 15 4:0 the close, how I For Silo
parenthetically, 'JBnt claimed to be Democrats yet defied the more than one hundred and fifty dollars. At Ran BojSs.t
W J Shone Co .Com work and '
: party., Signed. .). S. FRED BLACKEDXN, milage_........- *_-.......-. ...._ 800 many: hundreds failed?"f\tL U'Vident\ action of the Democratic national convention or be. imprisoned in the county: jail at III __-, .

';':f.tt X J Wt I. JOSEPH, B E McDonald Ccoin work and that Bro,- has never Visited the ,' bolted its nominees and supported hard labor not more than sixty days nor Stock of Merchandise &ry Gooia,

L 4_ _;--f- R. S, Witsos milage?__.__........_-.._ ._?___ 8 SOQ south East Coast, but bases his deductions the Republican candidate for the less than thUty days Notions, Shoes ladies', sad Seats'.Fur.
; GEO. A, ROBBINS nbhiags Jewelry Store Kstwta /
<"!r' W Lainhart Co Com work and etc
local
it j. M, G&AVSOW, mileage .._ _..,...,_____ 17 40 on experiments.. Let him presidency? They bolted the bolting Sec.... That so y 'perIO ;.. persons Reaapa JOE selling, other business 4*. I .
U ., 4 .f' J; -, j. A. HELENS, B J Chlllingworth. Coom.. work make us a visit next March and April Democratic ticket and jumped body std firs or corporation vh .shall:ship any, minds time. TBOMASOK & B rsrji. ( ,48it ;.,

\-Ii';- ; WILSON, and mileage............ ..,.,...... 3 00 and take notes among Boyton'gsr4ea.. breeches into the ranks of the\nemies of deer htd or laidei.:*eaboa. wild turkey West Pate Bead. Fla '
: L. A. OSBORN.II J R O'Neal.l&1arl AugtwC _... 5000 era and he will find the percentage off : '
the Democratic party. They voted forM : quail or.jlartridp beyond the.;Unriti of
.- AI. KING. Mattij-I w joatokoow I don't
J C Slower, Bwvlcg on lunacy rom 1 OQ I .
3 TG1uflgL. L W Burkhardt serving oa laaaey 9'V LveiyJsmaU., ,ThflLpjW:' sepiomit Kiale1 and elected him President; the county In which the ssm\was killed, stand oa trifles .

motion the Board refused, to eom.--.__ .:1 00 record was f!frffiaU small patch' or at least he was counted ia. With shall, trp& conviction: deemed guilt .Helen .
Upon (jfJancIn at her *
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R B Potter U D, serving on lunacy of tomatoes to nearly $3,000 from five what degree .of, consistency can they ofimiadenienorandpunIsbed u prescribed ? *$> >,

.f J4":: grant permit. to Elijah beers Meredith in District to sell com.-_ ........,....-.-:.-;.._- S 00 acres without a single failure. While claim a right to a voice in the formulating in'section one of this Act. And tear: I tee' you doa'i-Cfelcago
1\qullrt\ wines and Dean Bros com on Co Coot tu.alead. Newa. '
: our success not always be abso- ,
-I "'"i>' No. ,' .___.--:,_____....._. .957 may of a platform for,,the Democratic any common.car icr, agent or ,employe:
7 lutely certain, still Boynton has some of ? "there' '. blind of such carrier who shall receive'
11 "The petion of R. T f btephenson forlicense party .Is any one o as : any 'I Just received: a fall fine of sew tires at ;
wines and beers Total -.j-v......IT86fc5 T, the best vegetable and pineapple landsja not to be able to see that if such men for carriage permit the carriage' of the Bicycle Hospital. ,
to sell .liquors, :
a I I
f
||e State: and its past record should are to rule the Democratic party it will such deer hide venison fild,
in District No.7 being called for action, W V Bashing,Road Fnnd..J.: __._.f 425 00'1R be In" evidence when calculating its any Sunday & QfJl Teachey-Jobauy I
the following objection .was filed with B Fickle Road Fund......... ..... 8995'' be ruined? turkey quail or 'partridge by. said
Board f Williams, Agt. Road Fund ..__ 84 74 I future.. The Call is right when it says that "in common carrier across any county line who was Eve T
the r
J A Doun. Road Fond...... ..._,._...... 1 50 Among our hearty and prosperous "1900 the issues will be as they were in in this State shall upon conviction be Johnny (whose papaia abamorist) I

: MIAMI, FtA., Sept. 4; 1899 J R O' eal, Road Fund.:.................. 154 50 farmers is Frank Funk, who came from 1896." Just as certain as the ocean tide punished as prescribed in section one of -Oh she was just a aide barn-Ex.
W V Baahing. Road Fund_..... _._ 18 00
To tke Honorable Board of County Commissioners ? Chicago three years ago. He stands will coutinue ,to ebb and flow will the this At ; provided, hunting parties may

_, of Dade Candy, Fla.- Total ..... ._._....... .M ......_.618 69 ready 4to be cjnotrd pat, predictions to Democratic party be defeated in 1900 if take their own game home with them in All Wool Blue Serge Suits. at $7.5; at

G21"TUW2NWe.,, the undersigned The' following bills were presented, the contrarynotwfthEtanding, le could it ,fails to readopt the Chicago platform this! Statebut, not for sale. SIRKIN'S BAZAAR,

emphatically protest against the granting not be driven out of this County with a and nominate Mr. Bryan for the' presi .
until
of liquorlicense to the following audited allowed, aud ordered paid out Sec. 5. That January first. 1905, Irate Father-Don't you ever dare

named party R. Stephenson, for the of the Fine and Forfeiture Fund ; pack of blood hounds to join A. H P. dency. If he cannot lead the party to, it shall be unlawful for any person to to cross: my threshold again, air.

following reasons: hit, we honestly believe R J Cbillingworth prisoners' feed in "humbug hammock" investments. success no other Democrat can. kill'mire than five deer during any one Unabashed. Suitor .

it is a scheme of Wm. N. Woods to convict camp.Acgnut _,_........_$ S4 50 In a late issue of THE TBOPicitj SUN Opposition to the Chicago platform is year. Any one violating the provisions -Just aa you
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call "a rose by another name ;", 2.1, he R J tblUingworth prlnonenj feed Republicanism in disguise. It is hypocrisy :. say, only I don't like the idea of
I noticed
that several bolls of cotton of this section shall be punished by a
has been an inmate.of, and employed in convict camp July .-.._.. 12 50 that must be unmasked and ex crawling in at the window.-Exl
nil .Wml N. Woods' saloon-a disor. It J ChiUlngwurth, pruonera' Ieed'llaml. sent by H'S..Kealhofer, A. PA.. of posei to public gaze in all its naked fine of fifty dollars for each deer over

derly place-and therefore is not a wan ) ........... .._..?.?.?.?? ......._ 20 00 the East Coast R. R/to the''secretary of deformity, else the calamity which five so killed, or imprisoned in the Boat building done right at home, in

of good character ; 3<1, that murders and J BrUbone. PrUouet'B feed (Lane, the Memphis Cotton Exchange causeda brought forth McKinley in 1896 will be county jail not less than sixty.days.. the most approved manner, good work
'robberies have beeu committed there lunatic)._- .?__..?...??__ 6 20 repeated in 1900. manthip and at
living
i and we have evidence that there will B J Chilliiigwortn, criminal prottecutlon ., good deal of surprise, notaone on We have an abiding faith in the Sec. & That all non-residents of this Cspt A, T. Rose.MftudWhatU. prices.. Call on

be any improvement in the future ..__._...,.. s..._._ _.._. 28 80 account of their superior quality and Democratic people and believe they are State before hunting for 'purpose of

should licenses be granted this party. :lint Knopp, feed prisoners daring length of staple, but from the fact tf1at'' ready for the question.-Enstis Lake killing any wild deer. turkey, or quailin the quarrel between

: (Signed) S. FRED BLACKBURN mOTf......._..t._.__.._.. ._--. 7 20 : have been Region.,
W. I. they were purported to picked ._ _. _. any county in this State shall applyto Alice and Kate'EthelWhI
JOSEPH, B It Taylor,criminal pnwecntion...... 15 00 Su- -
? R. S. WILSON, II F Atkinson,criminal pronecntlon. 15 22 from a four-year-old plant In substantiation th,Clerk of the Circuit Court of the YOU. eee, Alice asked

GEO: A. ROBBINS. John Frohock. criminal prosecution 8H 10 of Mr. Healhofer's statement to Office of the Railroad Commission) county:: the said non-resident proposesto Kate to tell her what
just the
of the State of Florida V thoughtof
0 C J. M. GRAVSON, J W Erlckson, criminal prosecution.. 1'80 those directly interested allow me to hunt in, and upon the payment of ten
Tallahassee Fla. )
An& J899- her.
A. HELENS 31
J. A F criminal _
I. \. WILSON Quimby prosecution. -3-84 state Mr. Editor that J. F. I\erk\ of In accordance with the Railroad Commission (f 10.00) dollars to the said Clerk by the Maud-Ye?

L. A. OSBORNE Total -?_$172 66 this town, has growing in front of his ,law of the State of Florida, approved applicant, the Clerk shall issue a permitto
: H. M. KING. cottage, on sand land several cotton hunt in said provided Ethel-Kate toM her.-Tit Bitg.
county only as
.* Board adjourned to meet first Tuesday June 3, 1899, notice is hereby .
:: T. NGACTIER.. plants or trees rather;from seed planted for. in this Act, and same shall not be '
that the Railroad Commission of Yon
in October. A. F.
QUIMBY, Clerk! ,, given puncture 'em. we repair 'em; jou
: 4' : Upon motion the application of R. T four years ago developing bolls each the Sttte of Florida will hold a meetingat transferable. And no non-resident shall break 'em down we fix 'em up-at the

-, : Stephenson was refused. .. season- -with..staple- ..of extra length and chambers in Tallahassee..Florida..Fri. be allowed to hunt in any county in this Bicycle HospitaL ? .

I I ,.: RthL L. Motlow and W. T Taylor of a splendid quality. State without first obtaining said permit
day, the fifteenth ((15) day of September,
Camphor Culture In Florida
George (timidly-Jliga) Clara I
: filed applications for licenses in District I. R. F,unk: has taken tile contract for A. D. 1899 at four ((4) o'clock p. m., for whice shall be only for one season. That .

No. 7 ; ordered to give; the regular 30 building Mr. Bartram's house. 'Mr. the of considering certain all money collected as provided ia this r-that i in-p-? .
A retired English army officer has for purpose
days' notice as required by law. some time been conducting experiments Funk is ably assisted by Bert Kopp. changes and additions which they deem section shall be paid by the Clerk to the Clara (encouragingly) Well

Work has in aad both County Treasurer and shall be used for George
begun
PBTIT10X. ia camphor culture in South Florida,and earnest as advisable to make the rules and regula.
these gentlemen workmena the of paying the expense of a I George-Do -er-think
To the Honorable-Board County-Commiaioeers the results, according to the Jacksonville are splendid tions prescribed by the Railroad Commission purpose JOB your

of Dade County: Times-Union, are quite gratifying. good,job may; bqexcte4.Mrs..CiW.Pierce and now in effect, governingthe Game Warden for said county upon mamma would care to accept the

I GENTLMLNWe1 the undersigned Several acres have been planted in ana and'soa will be transportation of frieght and passengers warrant issued by the County Commissioners position of mother-in-law to me'i- i

tax payers and residents of Dade County, camphor trees of different sizes, and he absent several weeks visiting friends at by railroad and express corporations of said county. Provided' that Chicago Newa. .

: -.. Florida, do most respectfully pray that is adding to the number each 'year. Lemon City and Miami. doing business in the State of Florida.At in any county where there is no Game
you establish a bridge on the Miami Warden then all collected u Scum PIANO for tale at
money t bargain.
of railroad and
of in The trees are .hardy and not injuriously ,A W. Jackson has begun to this meeting express
River at the crossing Avenue "D" ;. ; prepare provided in this section shall be paid by' Instrument in fair condition. Inquire at
the city of Miami, and that the same.be Effected by heat or cold. excessive moisture h\s. garden'for aa early crop of tomatoes corporations doing business in the Stateof Sex omcg. 5-1s.tf r
I established as a public County road.. and or extreme drought They thrive and assorted vegetables. Florida and the public generally are the Clerk to the County Treasurer for .

petitioners will ever pray. without artificial fertilization entitled to submit for the considerationof the use of the Fine and Forfeiture Fun i. "Winkle grows smaller "
and form Among those from this place who every day.
I 1.["> r others.Signed by Gillespie Enloe and joy heads that are a joy to !look at. The went down .pm the excursion to Miamito the, Commission any 9bjections or Any one violating the provisions of this "I should think Le would. Ills

I r : see Alligator Joe and the elephant, and additionsto section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor
trunks the
to
are short or almost entirely absent suggestions changes wife Bits on him so often."Detroit
; : The. same was referred to Commissioner and incidentally to assist ia the Labor and upon conviction shall be fined not
McDonald to investigate and branches putting out close to the Day celebfdtiori and get drink of soda the rules and regulations governingthe Free Press.

t" ... ground. The tops are in the form of a were H. B. Murray C. W. Pierce, Oliver transportations of freights: and passengers over $boo 00, or imprisonment in the
at next meeting.r'
., repert- rounded cone. symmetrical and shapely. Wsrringer and W. H. Smith.' by railroad and express corporations county jail not over 90 days. No need tending away from home for

fETI OY. Others in. the vicinity are planting'to Chas. H. Muller of Delray spent last doing business in the State of Sec. 7.. That any person giving infor. any boats when Capt. A.T.Rose can

:: STATS OF FLORIDA, -omiTOF DADS, lt some extent and, it f is probable that Sunday, Boynton.., suing up,our new Florida. mation sufficient to convict another for build yon one as fine or as cheap. you
AugustI&J9. fr girls and taking pictures.We .-- want. See him. and place: your order.
camphor trees will receive good deal By order of the Commission. violating any of the provisions of this
To fte HoHorable Board of County Commusioncrs of attention are glad to note that Mrs. C. E. Act' shall be entitled to and shall
'S during the next few years. Chase is recovering from the fatigue HENRY E. DAY, Chairman. receive May-Inn't it a perfect duck of *

:' ? f The large trees bear an abundance of caused by her recent long journey from JOHN N. NEEI.EY, Secretary. one-half of the fine imposed and bathing suit

'- ; G&N1'IJtMENWe.. the. undersigned seed, which germinate readily.-Florida Laporte, Mich., whkh left her slightly .. collected. Provided the party giving Clara-Yes it
Citizens and tax-payers, respectfully indisposed for several ; never seems to get
. days.
; ', Agriculturist. such information give bond and security
r f '" ':: represent to your Honorable Board that We are glad to record that For Sale.I I wet-Ex.
.
not
a singlecase maintenance of suit.
r :: .-. ,.the Concty bridge between Fuliord and -.. of serious illness has for

11 .! '.:- Ojus unsafe, on condition Big Snake-in Creek fact, ,it is is in in a a dan.very Boat For Sale. in our midst during the past shown summer itself, have for sale (almost to give away)I Sec 8. That all laws and parts of laws For Sal at Rare Baruta*!

condition for heavily loaded which argues not only for our healthful 160 acres of land on the xahatchte I in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.Sec. Stock of I Merchandise Dry Goods

I l / __ .' ., geruns wagons-rind: 'we respectfully ask that I Sloop boat, 30 foot long11 loot beam, location but for the robust and healthy River near li.iter.: Dade Co. Fla. $300. ., 9. That this Act shall go into Notions, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents For,
U condition
.ft i yo. mill open the roaif from Little Snake V.bott'UI,-ill good condition and a good the of our calamities citizens. In view of will take "during the next effect immediately upon ,its approvalby nishlngs, Jewelry! Store Futures, etc.
j' :'Creek to Ojus, iininedietely west of, the. sailor, is for sale. AdMress owner, ,, appalling less ffjrored and large deathratein 30 days. Addiess 11, Box 176' .West the Governor. Reason for telling, other bosisess demands .
C *rbt-of.ay" 0* the F. 1?. C. Ry, and 2t. NEts PETERSOH Jensen, .F1I. $calits, we have' PalmBeachVla. time. THOKASOS & Bnw .

certainly great caus$ to fjcl thankfuL Sept..71: % .. .. ... ,AppQvcdM174I899i &3. .-- West P&la. Be, Th.


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