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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 14, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00581
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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.. '- .1 r=it' To- <'Protect Orange.Trees... 'e LIVELY' i CAL LINK t. 4 1cQ y N!y TIDINGS Kelao, whose AI death we mentioaed -\ ,I. .

hSO ? .... .,{.*>'a'j.4 jKif i William' well and Scrape of N w. About TU cart That
PURIL !Lj in our'last issue was
:' y : arranged i i'h From ,
been tertttlactfitj
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scheme Badgtt of l Dttkreat That.
r t last,a has.b is.Ls eD Heard ID T favorably known In thkeinity as one dad :

? ,,' !"i' sa t'!ct Men, e>pertaaaV.rflj a1)dutefy pro. whlruii1 >"Rc/ular:Corr p l&4eab. of our most respected citizens Acarpen .1' -.- .

f I .._.U They Cower ad--Ptopl. teethe: orange trees.cI.. ?lari4a frott.tbt lowW.H.McFarlane in 'ilvttfjf.oest:: I t_:. % .. .11 'j' ter by trade skilled his calling faith I Mtwsy Mtttcs aa. 'lure It httaas to t 't
how .
matter << Y
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yiiMi w6..Ma1'U old in the winter, no :-- :J. h.. ik4 ni, the rising and setting Ut Me.t
____.___ trj;: 9.i .e y nfl W i rut and ateadru t tvantoli: la 6aas.il

UUmttT-I; ,."! ] J:iu81'ft ffMalatts 11I- temnerature TufiTtttuville fIla.' of the L Nlrror ,of Minor !tdsats e aot '1 T"--t*.VbUi U-'f Nott.Utcieu, t* tU ,UD. The Master cifed him from his ta ParUh1u. ,

j .a Is the promoter Comlur a literally with hisworking .
refreshment
acrd'huen lIaPtJif 'Ctttuas Ddt wtiy, tabors to : J"
hreoul
tf. invention pat of -- .a.-
and has had his c ,a- ; .. .: not a eI 5assaaebe
.t, 01te pj CIt1UU Troia scheme starteda .1iI .i ...; ... .: 'tools ia his buds; There was no wand j
:.the :but he baa
4f ry.M ented. Not only that for the transition PoiacifteA adJUioa
out .t tba CtU: taaantaatiks MCTnWSGl.: moments :warning .taw oa the Royal
-.- w r. factory 1\TitunUle for the will The Dade Cftaaty School Board era -'tlICOIU ...,,. .,;, tq from this world to the great beyoad. Monday afternoon work being sar9pealed

C"tt.MWtU RI I .t of the frost 1>fOt .' sopahe art its next; meeting to take place at"iiJnJOIi The 'take Worth., Canning,factor;.UattpiasagainV But be it said he'was. found ready; his thattbose who M desired cwAl
fMr. *
J.Ilsrry tri.UihJUl"JU. .'ba ready to;pp11 iaDd I t jep t ber 18th. *b..M f'if '.V [all was according to hU often expressed attend the funeral of Mr. Eelso.j..m t
OD.WII, MeParlane's r n. m his faithful
-
Burton, of ; .ts, which are Palmer- w building up a nice W art:,'lookta*.",ck ceMockt*.a wish that he was prepared, kaowt*
w. p.&L S. |conslsU of cone-shaped; H, W.. ? and consistent life bow evidence t. all. K. J. Riles oat of the best
.
his Fort D'wway before.loBg
We4..e.&,1a't .D. quickly adjusted tq jermanent stakes i trade in the barber business at reach.D', ; veteran ef the civil and moat ,reliable jewelers ia Florid...
Dt1ra1; la theater Mr.. l else was a
,. The tent rolls where he is "ow.located. i Ta'eoeet"MAry a..SS'oot "
".I retnaedfromy aioigsi4 Elie I J Pierce shop, baring enlisted company -A, is out with t new card ta tatoyi Sort

., AtialsGlenqlas kWt: tjdiildi' alibst ,around | ccuraa i(3unBaiBda I A card Alvin S Hendrckoastates _owing to a little. delay. in'properly w r, regiment of ,Indiana volunteer1. oa tie carries one o* the poet completes
4h
.". R _: .' the trees add fits closer the ground !to that he is "pitying tourist" .at placiugtbe engine" f.upsusqS62., He Uncharged M stocks of fine silver table cntkry la i Use
nt.Bfi'i
keep out the wind. When open the tent Maclnap Island, W&, and' requests ; F''As' Uowtey'f launch None Suchls lieutenant of the same company at the State while his place U tewfsfeed,

Mtaatd Lymsa, of Ddriyasme fits closely to the side rods and when a he editor to kindly band him bis 1 over- befog repaired at the Lake Worth ways dote"of the war. He bad reache the, headquarters for wedding sad birthday

.p Wrlnadax morning \0 pelid a -'.eek cold 41ght'Ittoecbligliib'ataeyiiIQt& < WM man hastens to oblige. aud wft ,probably ;be la'npnlog,otdet tIC.I 'more thu.threat store years I goods and 6ae jewelry of all desi*

with pit'ftknd K1u 2d1\b_ *. .*..t rv .,,.. Iva/qw; den jm,'closed a\pnc byH eoatlLTBtt '_. inside ol a week, ,. ripe dad ...... c.... '!: ttonv Mr. kilts ia oScUl watch act W .
coanects1be '
3 j."t.T. Tbowt "m 'leaVe' ae>Tjiordayfor I allf ,.. .iron' rodtiicb ..G-0, Slroljm returned Sunday, night s '..... r .. IVU.Mr. Kelao was a memberof the COOl clock! iaspector for the Plant Syttsm, aj.
JLCT. ofteuts.andthedtheltzdetereanpl of several weeks. He .h .1 f f.: his .
CbauaiOo l0 611lshII! I entire; tow after an absence .. 'OLR4Y"OOIIG5.' grrgational Church at this place )fit position which evideaces respccability.

,,In', : for the\ njght If the nightromisee NeWvYork and other eastern .. .,. .
'p From there b4 I (' ma1i visited : of 4 :, .waa.also_ a.member jMeiKiM.: __

: \.aj- : .! t 'r1. ..... ) to i beiicepUonalll uppUril wj$ ,h. cities while away, and ipent friends a part in I4 f. Schabenget U shipping some. very. and. ",buried, oq" l9i edgy'Igs 1 !injiemetar Simpson tells a story: of a traveler
I .m retuned Saturday oU |lamps., which as u his" lme' with nlallvei'aud finaplnes; f" .G, Side ,wl\ ,.Masopic ferry his
Lake writing
L F. and placed under i jut u he was
be lighted : who,
l eats are to Georgia ,' an Odd
tcferalaa
ct' Of' Sunday with Mr. Kd""IWII.abo. I
ftei"l'"abl temPftare w. Hubbard spent honors of a LccveaworUi
the T
IIIOfIiluL each tent which .increase < &. Heleaves name oa the register
G.A.
weeks the West co t1a'tbe jitererts ia the closed tents to a wpnderf4l.etentv There will be special services at the hinds at"Palm Beach. Fellow and member Hi the to mourn, his hotel saw a dates kctkalarifts which

s ) of the>Kc, 'I!&_ "r Expert orange growers whohjiyf Con- tieltl f.rch.. TIi.'iiio vuralh" m,\h L. even-Tbtsptt Ibis* reported' that Mrs. S..S, Futon_isexpected 'slddea'departure.an iged'widow'Mrs. Ke1ao baa been took its way across.the page. The man bkd

-: Sranulag .4 tartly sicc at seen the novel device ,prvnounceitlas lug te st'itlei.\ J. home this week. simmer ta I paused and remarked: "I've bees

?1. t" :t tli.I and what Ii IfPtoi.Th lOetl lfl nttshoped 1Fd. for ,the ia the north most of the SL Joseph Beat Uttea by Kaaas:
$ excellent, j just tad by
bt9w .
= be Rsed ia the large'grove'sowned I people :aid tti that we 4 jt**&',rasljirsica1tFCnty-dt: et. search of health, and the was City spiden sad Interviewed by Port;
erg tents will young she !
'
;" night suddenly u
+ { tiii.. :the i asl| f.U attendance This is Mr. of plues away Thursday one,to be>> called home t Hi be darned U |>
I 'ataj Tvstday after a piquant .by. )lr. Plagter stag : will be,a. __.__ ..._. his t..n.g. '_ J"'t.' ___ ... attend tae last etbagnla of theW9I Scott nybackab. "' _*__ .t.a
}service prwr -.CO g the eapae | W ia .a. place oes cbedbofi where
I'df tteek, t lot rttrr'T 9V1.fl'fw "imifancjk 1.omU'list HS. Sterling : 'vemerablefigure was evtt
-Xebo's
j,.,J, wU:bl: pitro desU ,,' .brattbt";tents Ire 1 for the north -,--- ity of hI pinea :ideparted.-.U1.IoAI": Father missed N w midst locked'over' M 'hotel nPitttolMoSt''Mfo' .

,.'ipd.. > EaA i. of the truck grower Vseedsman K wiU ...... 'tslil": III
atte tloo The prOaimAgetrter ; .
li1I'pjijJ The) : <" .;....-..-:::. _.--"- ;;. :
!j W t lard of L.Crlmeroa, .JJ''J'f< -l 4 tRion
.5j ll to >1IIii 4 .(tttte 4Wwwat
11
: OOd plJ ausumiuh; iO Novel keh..... 1 ictU hawk ba-brut'Is .w a

'o 1i ;.tt trCas; sfnta "" ...J orreapondencetLsneg eds u a share"of the business pi this section. The t y i ... ....iAn avoid as epidemic.u I' tai ,
1 p.Aaguatine seed business c
\ Cdr Camcrou'' has been in the e sneeeu lad novel process ofproducing the
s" Mfjt" ;' 05ghti *2 a interesting lang that to remove
added snow "*!"* ,- dJQi"J > Florida andbisb'at i
has in t' 3 i1D
iToUdapoU ** ***** visit cr If < ,... for many years ally and iU (. ke by natural methods beneath the ruin 'The,
t during It.'U ,. dealingbonit pure '
1 '''' '' .-.I" t tip for square it
) ; reputation t
+ i1 mueMad
Nortb: .. I" a_nods Work laTbegSi on the says te Boston___._ Herald, has. been put 1>.' the island. is esiiiaated'_ .. .. ,_;L,
n -
H:' '4aAt dift tlowl' t Flagltr Invests at Pb", I l\! &' looks as:th ugh we will be oa top 01 the I operation in Claremont N. H., by a 'Comm In n
lf'I4d (
the
In the State 4t a meeting of the loWwners heap with the rest- this season. resident ,A year ago he had a buildingspecially has been restor;
course
.a be it taking I tThe rejoicing beld*.t-the Club and Mrs. Dollie Ids The the whole oo v
Cemetery
vlii ug'.at Jacksonville are iakeV rth Mrs. Jim Carroll constructed for use. : :

'icfita1 fsthii's Cou geHe"hu'be bow. tu YJtI4J :W over, ... the fact that H. M. FUukrJmpufcha&ed } H9 pSe ,a d. ,tf .I1. Dimickand'Oe Smith, of #iiypoluxp, spent$Sunday witty experiment horse is unique. It has no latedmanyenUreM. y

kit ; ...",. the Pablo Beach Erflliy 3r ge Pofte we ese1eced as trustees Mrs. Smith's people. of this! place. windows but is four square with a door ;

_. "t-Sunday means not a little to the metropolis, and W. LMetcilf as new trustfeMe Miss 'Allie Palmer, 6f- H Hypolnxo is in tachd4e. ,The owner says he can Hunt of Cleveland, 0.,was her

aura Happersett returned"v *i-- his old as:coupled with the alAmneeJBiat.etthis 1loXi!flP" i.Tft theeVneteryand JrusteeswiHat spending a few days'with Miss Linnie make ice faster in a Souse with doors at Mr. fepk rj for tf&attoB for
froca'I.O is the&fe4ntofG a* proceed la enclose a.ce.&nCU a 1 in the middle or the a few dajiig
sight purchase once of this ;pay th .cornera than the roots
gin at [ Thoratoa p $ will use
the TjlSe
of- ; starchfacior;
borne at Urbana,ph. X4 Grnber'sbare eral Manager J. R. Barrett that heavy make other improvements visit the flat woods and glades, while sides; still this one does the business.Inside |a making itarch.Mr. .
counter At and will be made on of the cooaUe.: pkutfor
behind the J bteel rails are to be' laid a finely grounds. A revision here. the house u what might be termed ea&ttemp1ate&ttainl the refuse

+ store. electrk railway iustalkiVi priceof lots/and a sexton engagedto i'1nd douse- cratewater+dght+od Hurst
tile ir
: equipped
fruit
is not 0Il1y'note4'for another pineapples and trees
,Defray otfertilhiag
Carlin of Jupiter re- investment complete a after the grounds. : rigiditj e!'angles f
aVo
the look to
R.
divers. built
Opt C. TUusrille, i pro make I citrus fruits, but also for good so as !mold aetUel'llif that the"red water"
turM4 home yesterday from spkodid hotel ef not less'tfian two hundred here oafor- and'alto,_ uf the "f nsSuitft ; of nukbgstarch '
while passing the
and Commodore Monck, obtained is process
when he. vent to attend the funeral room*is to bi.built n,,\} *; bf ach, Since the'' purchase by Dimick of anauuuiouu Mr. lost' overboard an anchor and \ water in freezing. The expansion u tralp coonUe ii'boe of the very bat I
Smith who died, road is to be built in C. Clarke from Captain Innately tbVspace to be left besides of
t .1' burial of Mrs. Fannie aod a macadamiied.. J. spaciousgrounds of shells which were raised by mte-tweiftb, so : used la this section... OjasCorrespondence :
I ]: : -I.- ": __:.-. .!:boulevard j? ft' r.nnta... <70 to his already a barrel -1-: "_ and ...i the ( rtilizers
t -. t--j.. ..err Monday. night. the form'ot a magniweot > .w-co- and Willie Salis' tween the '4 1the .. ; C Unton and
--- Side. under the two small boys Owen ia 11rna- .
ThU QNtelry U .on ,the,, East ermiued. In
sea-side f9be .
Marshall, neTof the along the ; Wilfred Porter rock .who after hard tussle received house proper try epij' CUizen. j_
lass bury, .
and
k t I 1tr Fort Lauderdale ;open from May to September, superintendence Of Cake ) the early days of experiiifhts more than
the reward-
: ,011111nackcnat the line last ntghjba liter If I patronage*warrants., No effort excavations have been made and on is being their ... one house was smashed by the bulging W. G. Parks gave 1 his St. Lacle liver

ec..o.HSseddo.. trip l be sparedo make Pablp a model front and filled in with soil of freezing water surprise last week
badness pleasant
w\ prdpensties friends a
A I. his fltum from I short and in 'every way Jack platted, the sea wall raised; and I Never Eat Alone. ho f a standpipe North Carolina
I fall of tomAtoe summer\ resort, grass At one end wfrbin the use u when be returned from
.It.i.'ll.\"'lPOinlf to trY"',.I crop.f" >::1Ju j jC. \ aauille'will\ be the gainer other improvements under wa). Cominodore ltr1s; always temptedto the main of the Claremont water-I with his bride. Mr. Parks was married
.; .... ')f'J\lDf has,\he mean*, and is The solitary e but I
Clarke
N. C.
1 ; r--"t is spring water at Seven Springs .
water alt
swallow The soth
-. *' sod ."-' mouthfuls and works. on the
large
little beautifyinghis take too
I wife and --- (1 rj Jni lavish tts exj: whureU to to
electricity lady
J. Dougherty, F. I ifi the.1ck, au4 either feat too an application is made of to Miss Ina E. Ivey a young >
,
Phnadelphi .
\i t wilted at Jupiter from JUSt A jttOBHBit t3JFSse. Lake Worth property r.. 1Goon diOl', i too t \ittle; Eating is only one I still further purify it as it stands in tanks whom he has been engaged for eleven

; where they will make them H l t38 h' : m is drawn froth the source ofsupply. and quiet did he keep the
so
i
J yesterday of St. and without digestion being past
t i having been aPi little paragraph found In the Jt #roome, recently part of feeding, ai\er rubber years first
fate Mr. Dougberty A modest Those It rushes first through a affair that his friends were
| ,
of
the padeContttT pleasant
i Cronk ti Governmenl Gazette is of mare and formerly not only useless, but; injurious.
J. W, and Leather Augustine from the main when ho
to relieve Shoe tank 60 feet of his intentions
,
pointed in the pine company have to devote a tube to a apprised
l in
Westhe; engaged
is eat
Obser.er at the Jupiter that passing interest. It. says : bar, now who second floor of the building. bride home la>t week. TH*
and his
[ I. .f tie former oralestate I l j law ill Jacksonville. Mr. Broootehas certain amnnnt of time to talking and oa the .. ... brought ._
Bureau, 'At the'recent sate U1 trice U -' 60 feet takes uo Mr, Parks' many inenoahere
with ,Col.I wants. This Another tube, song SUM joins with
Albert' polge. of formed a partnership atte!' b Pthef,
,
l- and holdings of ; the'eerlod tank. A third lets it ran to extending congratulations tad
second in
Stri&nan. postmaster under the firm same between the mouthfuls a'
Frank at
valued
makes
i4 M. y., property Samuel T. Shaylor it runs out it
As
Dolgeville crate. wlshesThe
Lauderdale was of the best _
is floor
time for diges the
Fort
CoL ShayW
f
at
and more
merchant IJiuder't hammer & Broome. longer gives
of Shaylor like
Cola] slowly
with t5ouoo'rbrbught and more
I town Monday. He came up 11 .. of themost* prominent of Jackson tion.. Then, gain, conversation atmealtimes moves slowly ll peagner for October, publishedby
one
.t.ClfIm. molasses
"
I one of the best known t b.W 1. [ the legal I cheerful turn, clear, cold, crystalline
W C,Valentine, r--... : a felt manufacturer employing youpg attorneys being usnillytakea a The ice the Standard Fashion Company is a
vjlle's
was
L of that region! Dolge and stops frozen.
d the pioneer settlers to be in hundred of workmen i !'iadhi representative of the Merchants' Protective and the tone of both mind and body is more sfewly- in the crate-forming triumph of artistic and literary skill.
desired itself
t .; bo is quite ill and factory. These workmen had been pro. Association and Judge Advotmte raised, \they heart and uentytf system builds upon film-and the end Its fashion plates both black-and.whit.

t teach of medical attention. tided "v_.. him with 'hones hf the neilCh. of the Florida "state troopa and one of act better, the flow of.digestive Juices. ,. anchor.' ice not a top lid i. ,nf sue b color I and in color."are, the personification. of
-- ce --- '
;:- yo ;4sos4 Passeng4i borhood of the factory and constituted 1 the Governor's staff. The new firm are is stimulated, and a larger amount'. I is a crate of pure:: so who has w been limited 1 I style and good taste. Prominent among
ever
4 Jamebrrr Steamship Company the little town of Dolgeville. Then came occupying a suite of pfficts,,ia,the Law actual nourishment is obtained from a I' a* no one saw ordinary ponds and the literary features ls continued story,

Ageat of the Odin at ono sanctum o. the felt trust and wanted Dotge to join Exchange building, opposite the Duval smaller quantity of food. In a word to ice cut from "A Silver Spur" by>> the well known
caller
i i L ... a pltU1lt Yr. Roach is gatheriui .|U- Do'ge refused so the trust'aadei war County' court,hou t i its the man who eats ia company eats more rivers. arranged with respect to authoress Martha McCnlloch-WUliaa
lasL animal than The tubes are
6IJarilf him to the wall like man aDd less like an which not only well
and pressed a articles are
be issued bf him so as to Other
to building,
o'clock the
upon ia
pamphlet his does
data fOf' aew under and with it the On Tuesday evening at 8:30 he who feeds alone. So food the openings but well illustrated are "Ia
future went wind written are
the near The factory of cold
In of this amount
line
the stua.bip who wedding of Joseph Foreman good in every way.NewYork get the maximum "Bulbf
\ tL of workmen, the him more Array, "Millinery
will be sent all over t Hundieda prosperous Hattie Marsten of Boston, blowing on thwa. One day's expert- Autumn
Miss
I saltrywhich no longer had a means of subsistence place, and ... f'nnpiepationalX Journal. ,...,. Drwesa of ireedagThe aid Their Culture" "Autumn. .. Finery
tea .ft. th i-..... .tllps4'ato'the .
leave Dotgevilie.Then was ceChurch l a b ra ---0''o *.. Generation," "Tatlea
and compelled at for the Younger
were was 45
elder standpipe
is now ia the
.. \ DeLaod boy came the creditors. Jjnd attached ,Rev.Mr.Fnlford officiating.presiding Owingto A man in Missouri who was too stingy degrees.f water It was eighteen'minutes passing Edgings and Insertions" "Poabffltea$

i S&BSKS33i all of the property vetoed'at lijojxjo, (.pi'the 11. E. Church of the weather the to buy a paper sent Ws young boy to aneiyhbor's through the tabes,wd .ill .t mpera.tD of a Ball of Knitting Cotton" "Pleasantf

and the sheriff promptly hammered the inclemency Co w, Rowan, of to borrow one. As the boy it issued upon the floor of the Nooks and Corner" "The Kindergarten .
as Dreasm4fJ.tng.
light
the
I has beld attendance was and broke sad "Points
Chicago. who t.8ooo. home he fell down two degrees at flame
New down wedding march. was going degrees, or
t tiu1e The race waS held at factory has not been again opened Delray, played ;the The neighbor heard his cries crate was 30 reductKm ." Besides all these (berth a droll
some Itsfirttand'thitd The known .on, the his leg. freezing 'I'dOif\ tof
i < Bedford. >>.... Rawlins winning in the and probably never will be,,as.thtpu\ Mr. Foreman is well steady-going' and ran out to him but slipped and fell, below deg e3. :W ij jfi POUf lc rir little story the juveniles should enjoy,
and tying and respected as fifteen "Book .
beats which will supply Lake the "The Enchanted Tree
has other factories ..--- soh an. .u.l...a ... now -in- the.-- fimrilnr. dislocating his knee and tearing _......?..nr._._ was at abllul_ ___.uJc_,.I .oJ'M entitled" u ._ Hours with camera...".
mad.A demand. The hundreds of wOU.menwbo young of his tan"dollar pantaloons. Notes. "Halt a
I the at his East bosom out one visits the experimestttApsitoday
Adams
party composed of"L. A. Willson'and had made Dolgeville their homes] iid/p'lacej" Fruttie" His wife ran to his assistance,leaving i iz a If any the oWlld wilt hiaj a> ratef\"For Health and Beauty" a comedy: l

family Miss Bart Moses, Joel A. ere scattered far and near hunting fjrij ii 4ctltedasFateceremon'an tendered theyoung -yeat-old baby oa'the floorThe baby of, ice-one sold\kicK+of' bo1d 300 i, "A Matrimony Hunt," "All Around the
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)Dean Ben Potter CApt. Holmes and work with poor prospects of finding it informal reception was crawled out and fell down the well, and full weight Tie ereehlod hI booSes cI: House," and "Jellies Jams and Prt-

to the Inlet and that, perhaps, couple the child tons last being a number of meat
Mortimer Courtney went ap But the trust thrives ttjrpliJislumberoInvited while the.mother was fishiag 1 required t's wi1T-acCompnshed serves, the

ia,, the schooner;Ina" Saturday afternoon all that should be&i4P!! ;.&M 7o daU The young oat the house caught fire and was totally the anywhere type and the ice 'an' be manufactnred extent seceipts which the BousewtffA3
moriing. friends present. i
and remained until Monday Crusts ,are prosperous and because of 1' were best wishes of' tbeifrieodsfat I destroyed. Moral : It never pays be at a cost of about five cel&Me certainly valac.
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HEASAHT PANCY WORK FOR SONihACW"Oj ,- : 4" -
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e apdwell flTur tt'FOP'tionVof ''iW Three friends -. ( t' .... ,you witli..... : ,
La fa.q."' ''''I'.''.t.eaef se:! ,thisr>ondition>the : '!tJ::} ..\ ,

wI WuLt., .ee .. stn, lct.eraN : encumbers moat' be well eeteeted'sad afufiaal ,., TaJl thig.Company; 4 Suit Yo II-'. 1_ ," \ "'r. ;,: 1' at UiIC NIIL ,< j
fardfir.. o.uu. their .. : :
goodr>< tfor preparation ... ., .. .I..i' ..
., &ftQ... carcfolly stowed out' la Table Talk, Ii: f' c. .*,, ':\" !'relit lerk, ,,oM

A ..* tft tb* wise to sttikieat; nail Cornelia C.'Bedford gives two pickling ''- '-,' II pms: _..11OIIEL.. ".< '.
M summsr to the i Ufdsj for the lorerof recipes. Tb first"to for feilowl fsw pickled .:,Neitjto blnltreariag apparel thi..( .JoWDl '
green cncoBiberi as
fancy.worttM fltfesjrtaff ffls&t As : Poultry
.eel 'For one-kilt eta bus l of saftH.eav leMlagj.Prtjging; and Repairing a r4i1l U shorn n 'C
: suggestion from The/Uodern$ _\; aaan so ]ptaili l'
evabera sUow t dlU wffl help those Wh flaj 'A8pecUlty.'
It &Ot-
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: ,'1 cult to select froaita 'raxnriant dls poondof book mustard seed..MM-balf 'm.'lIHIImlIST < StIcneryq Native L tl:

r. ,pIA, In the1 shop' *:,*.* .Ijjt JW; of an ooae ef whole aB pic f oae- slfft i :;'; !' A.f inrerjr trots- 11 i clai: t; \ l lf t.I; ,) "'
..Apuy} 'ttt+'thai"taa.lsttae r. ax_pos of peppurcoras.'0afcaf of PALM BEACH, FUL rr a 11..-*kL
work are"as fleeting 1 ta"VverytMai.else ass eeeos rl/saace. one'ounce of fnshlr laws" ar s; hni4 tkrA .. h .cult?t> =
,vandcarded vaihd ', "",;.. 'oj: -: ""i&1..
-. ; pte4'bocat\radlsh.. onebaIt-oC.; anewcf : "" Net'

i ; si tate t toi"dm t ofc4ttrjr, >*toae, -balet'aOltOce G.W.IDNERuWersMptlcte; -: \elates, pr'oclalmsjlatr' v' ,-taints., \., -: _.4, '1 :.1.1j PAcu., .
\ iluh .et stick cinnamon.JMIP.doitn redpeppers V "
'anytbbg and one-half of'.plnf!i.white ,' .. : r.> .H > < .41.. : '::.. .:-::
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i ,th43 Ur e 4is'In battoa on 0I1L'Pour boQlnf-vawom It. wig, if 'lSfurtd >4'4../ \ : :
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= 'ft few the cucumbers and let them-ataDd 1 8- -; t'r' :; ,: \. 1t tefc iBji .+ML
t 'months cold then drain. you by '-
8q3etus $ Sprinktetbem with \ '
IIHt I'tItft." ,..
avoid anj extreme salt one-half of a pint to each;100 co-<. .
t' in color or cumbers,,and again cover..wlth..boiling ; \ 1.-........, IMI.wzti.CflIW

'.. design that will water. Let stand In this brine for 21 'theright kind'of fx IRI1H p al.It'me. a,... I1fU n
.i f for hours drain and corer wftfi fresaTtoId ,' '
I the prating hour brine,'of .thf Fame-.strength.. J raln WaL he.-docks, Jewelcq,4Musical pe'arant: an*in asW at ioocki&pteIIlol. which l-a i P id 9I /.
Goode,'Strings, etc.Jttoj ... .
and<< select care daily for six days and rover with fresh -- M : ? '
fully. Remember brine. On the.sevcnth'day.drain and would not ,.be the .cue if pa use Ishoddtpaper OFFIQIW
that ",: thing'of wash In fresh water cover with weak 8ft 'lift Hilt Mi
P beauty U-' a for vinegar, bent !slowly, and keep at avery ,! that ira...poorly printed.Now f.'..DHHft, ; PYEtlaat. '
t Wtuwtoraaa COKTAUL forever ," providdU slow sluimor for five or six boors u. D.HNDT f Ck3t. rltt-htlldut. '
sf I. .'. ti lag of _nty." until the eucun!berg lfx>K plump. Drain NEWS DEPOT, < ? while, speaking of homes that are lIED. L. H jWHIl..Caste. .

Today more uiid'erer'the bid' worn them wipe{ dry and i pack in jars, add DAILY PAPEftS. r. l.;'rlRh ,' we must not(ail to i 11I.10. .
faded and otteD-daraed Imported rugs ing'to them the mixed spIces: Cover' OSkfcBsi BtaBtam.teSf.n.m f
cuBiuuud a higher price aud are more with boiling hot cider vinegar to which Fino Watch i JOielrJ Kepi i
de Bred than the most maruidcenimodern Is added for
once because band woven, pound. of browlll>Iltg-ar. IX AIL BBAKCHS8.StsIuU gohxttwiptorptt7rtaditq se ..,'It !
they vary III'coorand design and leejpcv No. 2, reads thus:, Select the The : reeelpl.tlhetnir.Ra t......... .. pdseats. :
bn-a.the a sentiment' that machinery smallest cufqiultcirs! ; logsible.! ,To each Eljtlt! rut! Pill! BiHl .II t.t sU.e...... UHf
ran never Rive, JtQ allyw *ae otJUQt whole .cloves, !
Daring the Ions afternoons and many one o ln.IIr WITP! nm wttks upwit In the country from large iablt'lilwoaful of +aU .one cupful O'DOKOGBDII
Clematis Avenue'S
interruption unhesitatingly begin: of sugar a 3d wo srmii, red peppers. Tropical.tflfl.
large piuw of work.and .t iLc taut "
tlon'a clout!:; exhibit It with pride; but them'. pp Store ALL
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fame one-objects: to a. are I.et.or cumbers,and ,,,d.i sutigU ut vinegartocover i .
work held In the Up during* warm ;II .,t.siawlj tp the ,scaldingpuUL ::-West PeJat teach f/orWa I ., "
weather a* bt.'Ini"bW'tleiilt lJle. so lu take fmn the ,tIre ,and bottle.Ezamtrietheul I PIITMIIB.H&J'
adapting' design* from ixlonlal china every .aeiientten days J. D. dIATNISPiopfyetor t

I hare pirpoM-ly arranged them'with' after they 'are first pnt ftc; tb ate' (S.cc..Mf'.Bnn i| Biktry.Bnctr CMj )
Otis Idea*la view. Attractive curtalna aur ''tba t'th2y'f illlii'firm and solid' | I come \0 stay U Wed Ptats7

tars blue room can be made of blue If some soften; remove them and drain Motto--qaiek sales sail Small Prottu.. Which enjoys' a will merited reputation'foe
denim. Aerwa the top,, !U stitched a the vinegar from the rt'Ulalndur.Add Beach: sad U BOW falll prepared to
band of"whit* drilling 24 laches,vide one-half of a cupful of,sngai>.to.eacb Bakery Goods and furnishing hlgh-grade work THE SUN bat do work to gratify hit patwaa f
; pmtaasly emUruidered blue, linen 200( pickles. scald the vinegar and pour Family Groceries
M shown lu the mood cut. It la'always It boiling hot over_Ute pickles. the tot equipped Jb Offl along the EactCoast
tart w put all 'decorations for I ...!.MY Specialty. :
I t curtains acre** the top; then one,sees ...... e.rWa..d A".( .. Goods delivered free to any part i and. U beUer pwpaied new than eyer Sti io. IPP. laulle BlKt

the work at a glands, which. running Thin whits 'cortalns 'in a window. of the City or across the bake before to meet all the requirement the t
up tad down'would Invariably be lost always Sosis4&'clsiatlneas and rsflaV AQ Criers Gina Prompt ithnQs WEST PAUl 8>;ACN.
to the fold.1 or. If across the bottom. mgtt, but where the sun shines Strongtbej Goods trade in that ,line. 4'. .
would be hidden by fnrnltnre. make too glaring an effect laslds.. Fint'Claas and Fresh. Highs <<

This design wax taken from t quaint For this Naaocw says Harper's Basar, prices paid for country produce. GO TOllrrickoI'6I6tLI&IIt. -... ,
teapot of white ware with decorations thi softer, sbverer muslins those with: Bay of me..and will rave yno litO"" 6-Hj-, I High-grade Work ,
of yellow and blue. It would be eiceedingiy -. le&s'.reflectlvtf, surCw-n.,11 re"to be pre- -" ,
attractive*pn t, curtain la ferred. YeUows and plnh to soft
15 the kind THE SUN
either a yellow or blue room. :The lily shades and sheer materials are In use. Geo. S. Hacker & Son does. ;
tads are dons In ;reBow, wtlhttlye( .When the eye of tie net;tabu( has to beeonsldervd. e.
taa&ena tad the feaves! f fifa dull greea., afpretty fnnliioii b td have wB&NIN
< h. <<-tllrtafn"Uf'lr the winddw".tato t and the wt/jr kind. We bYe band >nreal' ;

curtain to be drawn bacbAtlomped_ e* :
an experience .ste tae eta L"tsaJber 0&
: arraBgedii: LJ il< J P t IItrt\.t.'a atllrr; "prlrr"ut tolot.bela pars that ;;lt N" hung usiFhtL''II 1I1rf+ urea_ jhetroum: '
'No oak from oat:4.ip i riili '.-t tiufougbC once get t eustoW. hr trstla. tit-. Cs ""'IHCIe
I and thc tic; ruxlde i-arl si>pci>bl without .
being deprived of aur llgbt Heavy that what to dote for him will b+da&e ll&U., .....
= curtains are used iusldM of these;when .
f required,and sn geuemllj of silk.or i and in a masneMhat will ite botb pleasing ,
chicu In a' iHtinmiu. of silk tapestry JOHN
and1 attract!". ,; ERRICKSON
or rich stuff> in .II drawing room or 4. ,
library. In summer when awningsare I'. "5* '.: .-
used these thick curtains are taken !MANUFACTURERS OF '. r&orusrroH.

x down. Greed or white awnings, byway the Doors Sash I And that's the MIAMI. FLOSIDA
should be .used Instead of the .
blue or the nd and white. >
Blinds
MouldingsAND ,
I A Smart ..,* Practical LUtU 'CM.t .',- Cheapest after alt.
t 1 tMLALr'W41 OIIenr., .... .
There to M variety to MM shading, The skirt of the boating costume! Building, Material, i
each color being os4 by Kaeit The here shown Is of royal blue serge trim '
diamonds are Uaefl off and feather med with graduated ,band of white CHARLESTON, S, C. Even though you might,be abi tor tend elsewhere ..
attached with blue or freea. braid aid a circle of embroidered an.1p" Uriait! < Factory South, '
A handaoiM curtate. almUar to tae chats applique. The Jacket Is In 4hltefiaaaei Send for Prices. for your Stationery, and, tare. possibly ". .
one already described. U of buff Unas sunnier cloth or pique set ou r
btuistltehed top and bottom with t with fehte braid and coat revers of a few cents on an order tmcmntiBg. to several

feenuiitcbed ruffle oa one aId&AbOut dollars 'that .
remember 'h.lla consumed and
IS Inches from the top draw avetsl"threads .

and hemstitch. Half 'a yardbelow ", ,, delays occasioned in,:. doing so, and that if. ,,
this line draw more and beas-'
stitch again Between these two rows ,, mistakes should) oectr yaw will have more or
J Babe a "checkerboard" by drawings = .
lengthwise threads .,. '' .,, ', less trouble in getting thUm recnl eJ.
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pray or sprig design- Where the em- -An
troldervd Itands are stitched to the f I ;t- -" the Sun Ouarantlil!
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I curtain a pMt nnl.h is a tiny ball l1' '- iadvertisement

, fangs at the ,top and bottom of the : '.;
band and this same fringe would look Satisfaction "
well on the front edge the entire length 'Kki/ .
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ef ettrtata.P.sca. e

1IuaaIa4. E... InTn and is right here at home where it stands ,' ..

Per marmalade ripe soft '
peach pare
at all times and under all circumstancesto ,
ready
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peaehM. remove stones pat .
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fulfill its contracts the letter. II ,
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boll until reduced to a pulp ruts '
through a colander add half a pound are not satisfied with work you may have tl ,.a- .., ..,t ...
.cf sugar to otw pound of peaches and will % ';- ".: -'

1 .a handful of peach kernels podndod to gotten, elsewhere and with a change in the
d a pasteboil until stiff. This manna- ,
Jade U very alee to nil *rt.. Spread bring results style or grade of your Stationery
.the top of each tart with meringne,
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says a Ladle* World correspondent.hrho .
recipe I for drying 'peaches la: and will Send in a trial order \
fare end hake servo pound of solid ..1
\fruit: pour a cupful of water In ft preferring for anything you may need
kettle with two poand of "
\sugar; In this sirup wild the fruit, butt bring 'em quick. I -f" .

not let boil Take the peaches out '
t in the office or counting room' -Letter Heads, "
j, of tbr xtrup. spread on dtahee.and dry .

la the run Just try it. Note ,Heads, Statements, Tags, Envelopes, ; i

...... Rlaaae.t.t Cards, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter s4a .. ".

Slice three bananas and arrange In a ..-' ." .' ,
Class dish to alternate layers with Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pamphlets r
l o three tody's Angers split In halves and .
or in fact anything \hallouway want ; ." ,.;
} sqneeae over them the juice of one ? -, '
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1 lemon. Make a soft custard of on* A vtaj VAtrv 8O.t.TISQ oars C :I"
, cupful of,milk one heaping teaspoonful Cark Urea or satin outlined with whits in the line of PRINTING- r ,1"/
of comstarch, the same of angar. brail Wt&ttfevcra a frilled the .
it taut half Mltspoonfut of salt'and the sette with tans town collar In mlo f
folks of two eggs When It thickets cambric.
'poor It over the bananas and cake and The puuutt Ui Is trimmed with Brekford Bros And we will
-let It stand until cold and ready to blae riMwk, heck. aaaxon feather aDd ,
-aerve. Thea cover the top ,wlthra] a slag ill tndUa By a little change WHEN in Jackaonvflle be lure and tis-
r l.meriagut. .,of ,the, whites of the la the, braiding pattern this costuuM, Rill) Estate and Insurance, please you..sure. '. 1& your with Old Friend who will wpriM
v two eggs beaten ,until stiff and, dry originally Intended tor boating a&4 you Bargains InDry.Vooda e
aDd Into this beat pro tablespoonfula yachting, becomes suitable to an sorts PALM BEACH FLA. ori Clothing ud
of powdered .near. Flavor with of serviceable country tad seaat f dents' Fmalihiiigs
Rctary Public. 'CeUages to-liillPOitf.m" _
oar half teaspoonful ot. orange ex- wear being at once sensible eeom1>>1 D. SINOER.llaupr.1 :
4 '-DouuboId. and 'mln. ulldllllC.turtJa ofr IIlr1dp 8t .Near: *y. '
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.* *T*si 1 ; It nQ Rs..: W'e's" E.. Mathushek Pianos j ]
< -llt1 .L. CI Proprietor
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1I"I.t1e"" ",. ;re.u.bel&1i .Wt1i .. _J. Dress Goods,. ReadyMade ,Palm Are Pianos With' A,Name :. i

,ptedJU1e. 'ofIre Skirts-Undenvear; ;;ShirtWaists Pianos That Hav .Sqwtfttfo. '
a-; and ro Shoes. second to none. They are the
Hosiery ?and I Beach
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elsewhere, the 13 BOM ; kind that bate otood.the test of -
bebif-under a separate 4. ?.'&Dry.Goods. Men's,.Furnish'gs.REABY time an i hare satisfied the moat r ;

I II supreme NOSa :APE.MOSPIO '.-\' Drug critical musicians is every way
I having :: CANOPIES ...... .
iu ts ir Il.is '\\etohtr..'..fte chaPti' the egreowbfeb nine-1 ,, .. ... ..-Store.. They Are Not

+tatan >ar.r. xaas..dreuaw.ry tile tweotJ- ei'tJf .f' 'old atjle pianos that bare been

tDar pgJ, rdefectad .JIl If! thirtieth to the .... 1,. : tail Royal' POlRc c1aM PtaacyDK1LEB8IN rested for years and then offer.al."grea' .

in ... of"tiregf. .. 1htitj ,jn 1s 1 Jualyt. Freemabovt'4m :: -y.*> 'J' -.-.' ,." *;;. wat'rem Hr lan b, both .
= undoubtedly ;' j '< '''to' .:f!t they "cheap,low.grade"planoamade '
!' teaf' 'it"i w.ar ,! de"--"1f ect, eepedaU7tbr"GI .,) 'f! ; -. to sell "at half price." .
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astir. afalon' b. I tioeI ..". ..14 -. f11jii i '"H.' A" IM Every Piano Is New,

and is made in tbeMathushfck'Factory
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.' every part
.1't'\ I f J. Drugs, ToflptArticles.

ye o 1Vir. r f : ..ktr\ to shorten '''. 't I- / : : 'w ;i ':' which_ is a gnla&Ue that,it will

b. 1 A te t"In- < Fine Stationery and last HfetimX.7f
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ye.tigation the deadliest to the St ,18r* LJ'I"N''w" .. .
Acted to fill, as enemy ,,, "'\: ,, Why Take C1 aIices' .
and even coasdjforget .
yard exfMe&et Ti lira.. .
as >great? that it 1s the; ;, .. "q ,h; ,...: ., t. ."r r Druggist Sundries. on cheap pianos when the Old :

keeper of m' t external gpp they; : ;..r 4 ". .-I'd'" ,. and Reliable )atbashek can be l
uYorlt Dart, are to Investigate-what he le. and notwhit ".- ** criptfon8CarefuJJy and .
i ,t liVt4be CompoundedEast bought at' prices terms to ;
be'i# repokedrto'bts' --
wkh him thelde taml t1 'y bat words:W >
1 {t bt At.4'-performed.GZOBGa' 311:511egel'li'aretieh I. sans. tion." g some't .'{t11 f6st a'' "Cplit r .. !4. :which.'can'be heard on all WEST PALM BEACH, 610fl. the 15,000 South.Mathnshek"You Should Pianos Have ia

l I true blacelbee,-. u ,ha hu *mplj TebeabwaaiA.stlarblebiia One." i
: ,red by 17 years of attire membership most satisfactory evidence we have of : 'sides concerning the news Chinese Genuine Mathushek Pianos
t t' the order which has honored him with' the early use of this Instrument FzoomirkHi'IafHla ,Laundry
most Kara A are only sold byLUDDEN&
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an t"1'oet !M ; A WO KEE Proprietor.


tt'. be.order reside there.I has. -madV8af
t tnet: \\ fdijeo&a blstiill coo rts r 1 Open Front......... ... ...... 2 for 25e
o$ : TH'E: Dollar are............?................,....."2 ye=
l the ertakin trm"'tbte'tanM" H > Cub...................."...r-.N.............6* To Rent by the How,or Day.
a '- -=--- Udk'ShIrt Wobts........?_...........1541FIRSTCLASS
nlt"f. t". kn c14"r '- OflliY HEW BICYCLES I Ifl TOWiL .
TM ..l1'. i should be N I .
t hu de<9ded Ii eats r"OOIXIJI'ttee The Si'9tM' lt te'' grkk t eegeedto { ... '4 1 WO K GUARANTEED.. Next Door North. Tropical Sao Block

of tto Detroit ere Ann.ArborjwMlp1ta J2; cobvey retlglcmsrmoral;TwIWcsl and Banyaa Street,WEST PALM BEACH. W. R. MITCHELL .
the udaalre u*P.f.1la, cabeeL philosophical instruction. 3:i 'J >a Proprietor.

fa LUllaa tent of It''f;) t ...!aM I Stephen. errr'.'"1895 Templar statt*: r RO"PI.CAL -- .

oat Na tor t J* t!tIi eta tift tR:323Lsabor4imlte.comm'p ).
tent. fc lea tn, the world.with'a medbtrshlp.ptcommanderies :
4 yis 1mDerUlot'l 01: the .
'I'b Ceei in WJomln' I2'I.tI32.
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The prortnce or Quebec mane ; .J, are la the .Vsdttd sStates '. : 't' ,. September 14, 1899

gain of ISlMartftf th ipBJt'tiKUy, -ar ,, and l'?,'7'70& of..the......_ejlbe.r\ Cheap.Coffee that is'also .
titi cb W ortir tOO per seer...+*'F tAttboaeb ,Tt totahrewpU; of theTfestlvaJ held
; \ 'tbe: !l 'iM lei to aldtbttlbe'bropoaedMaebaI .
1lertfor. note ( Good Coffee....
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ever as an Insurance center,"the order of *i4( ..tea*,that'<&!,were IV : S U.t
tltifli.QIT.'Uikr/4)B q.t.J o 300>Th aee ptscKda f soa.tbe,bJl.n4 Requires searching for in the markets, and it is only an expert
Ably known that It requires no great gii the.feItIaI weaaabontS1,5011r.'.- .. .. buyer-one who knows Coffee-that will not be fooled into paring
fort to oritatke taucfvat such ia atUnrated '". ..", -.t.! 1 _. .. ".. '..,, '.( ,'. a higher price for this grade of Coffee. than the price we sell it for

tenD.and,j'j'be city two<'now urea.f &u.. four. pros. (,...,..w"_'OQO'... e .,..FELLOWS...__P. III ._: I't"Lw4...&It e.oi t A... .. .'.' .-. .atretaiU .a .
We de know Coffee and
porous ; we ao tuiow .
To be fraternal ono must 6e'Chlrtjlt, !i,l.esttIatj' S14lieitiMtl..r: Assisi. The 9LIEST'? and;: ESTI where to set It.. <8*
Dot altogether la thtf giving of alntdl bet un'a 4tikIe. fPRt'''do'et.i :) 1 : ;
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.' Ia AMaa-earenl not..to.lmpoga..the m2 .!MI"P'-'I. Ct: Ta i() tahtiy inx il>s.4a ': newspaper published m the: and that is the reason we ran give you first quality GOLDEN RIO
reported Protbe{, DO master; ,.what. l.sa he ks ? 1e&.t trap r fdyo1ed '.: COFFEE at ISC. per pound. In fact.It simply is First Grade
bite aetd.'i upon tae order*:'ttIepi'to''gdblld'ere I >F.ar3 County Each week they Coffee made possible to yon ai a Second Grade Price. T
.:4IUHntU ;.-KUJ1.H8' ..th "tramps" byyenrs ni1 e'fdrthel'tarely- Try it, and if you don't like it return it and get you money back.
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.t UN V.. q, RMMiN. .", txperienae bag.beegllut llaws"u. emajpdtgof ,dontain, L. W, BURKHARDT, Finest GPOCe11c&

...............D.p? +striua.. .w. "plieged QddpF th : eegpp4ennLia
y ......-ae.e.. sakefoetaasietance.arepuwO! ', Store 'Phone No. 3. Residence'Phone No. 3.XXHXXHXHXXXXXXXXK.
akatt.46' aan '
alae. eau' ..t..h1e4t .pr.!'! : ,
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at II'Q( 1plpbeslble tee an1'tpUWDa to .worthy). raudtbenAas! to theNes : "
be won "eftthlD fee tie relief of his dUtrega A.thdrbngJj'o. ;, : .:, Q

'. talDnItoOGfr' gretx euqI _oa1,#,(I fh tindlrida J\ beroregivtgaaittapcg ,,'J .1= .. .iI .
for any ODe hot belJAJnlJftr'vltb'tli as a rule wur no, 1? : .,
; trttdaadd gxand.lodge, the belli- 1a rr,,,as 4''tk. wUJ )j.yetheA'tt :of'leecening : ..1. .. .. t.'Halifta..avnn tf f+:yr.3'f9ir8 CS4lQt7 8
fielarybjrlaw The coiMrtution and the".umW" Of p prolessiflnal'
|,of th@kdge, & which he is amember beggars whq ire imposing. p.7i Wd*"" that IS News 'r THE GRIPPING BROS. co.'S
.' aThe'y"caft obtained by all fJTcL." gaV.u ** *. *
S 1k ti ar' I>AIVIL 'J .. FRUIT i id '
sad should be reftd-rread Cll\'tulJr-Ucf I>- ThYLong Island OM Fellows* home Is ';
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t irery'medlber'sbonld' tar"famfttIrWth: 'I"J.: 1- "
; prepariflt to.hold .a jpicnif.on'Labor.day. w-
.4 1L1- them..U.bV It II ttmUaT'wMrT the play 4tttyof' l jerykw w1 we. lteporte from Wtht..dICerent Iodift In not only ftgnti"W: st;$ J.mrt. : R.FIT r.ttrc.t, .
e show: an Increase t' ro
I govern the order to_which babel te-California r Jurtalfctiob ..Nary >Nstl>t taraNs sf tit...
the Iodtt or'w1feltliiHW.. is every oaaThe r Beach: and med ifce'vicm- fetches. Pun PiTrcMGra '..",
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\fo_*,. ............ au al ; Bebe1alS: fare to'tau ao active ; mp.qw. Tree*, N. >a,Jip+ a"' "", ,,,,.i, :
ia'the eelemtion of Lk folden Ju- l Oraapa oa Citrw Tf iMIau ItcIr. Or..
part (
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Octag punetwl acdq willingly! OB commfteea geaer a11J ; II : Pricey ,AI." ?,., lrSJffTAUXRJE

.'. eh ar actedrer' the true fraternal brother. ;I' note on' the'L kQ: and along ...
Ia July GIG J.I.Je"Je\W I'tI oL .rili' I.: i FREE. f' The GflffIflf f .stC.. .,
amlmUoas. received. ttjjtie gtafidf
' .. lodge office,*bet }.ih Increase:of 100 per I! Bebekab lodge regard esa of The degrees the railroad, thus making XmnertM u4 Test Gnmad ats' POMONA NURSERHBS.Ra.
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; -- eet over thrreconi of 1SW,.V M. I attained o\kctthoiI his membership. .. ', i Mal"aay, ..... .
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In the fraternal well.the eoimrdal -.' "Dro easilyThe "
world the greatwcret of shccees is in j j jkavtef fraternity- whereas mbp opt"! means -

something that wiU-Uw eloarJ! :>>m 3m ,
eat aerntim and then Ja qputantLi ;
., Iq It befog thj publll.' keel;!, THE EHRMHN HOUSE

lu th/m WML good reason why jouj I tiHiifJ Leading, Familyof Newspaper "
.should Dot become a Workman If you are, IS now open for Winter Travel.
.BgILIe 1 'There cannot be1. 'Youn-m11l,I acting -
ienera1l11 BEST OF
: ACCOMYODATIONS.-T"'BLB BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
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yon need thiipntt<2iMMHJH; .E .I'i char.. &OD coilu '
: : -:Bath* ia Coeanssttoea. .
OYer |7.XX,000 of protection loforoe, 00 Jas xnum benefit '
and Uu'saiount grtwifig veryday.! j having been adopt-\ Bade Countyl Rates Reasonable Short; Distance from tbe Depot.

I> '.: a.KNIGHTS ; ;-" i mwent e jo. P wqj"ll1I. iTU adwl4ltiaf .. Address Mrs. S.E., EARMAN, WEST PALM> BEACH. FLA.

S \ I OF.. r PYTIAS..h, I .1. irhoua5 weeka """ J .' '

'-i y.te.It.4Waaa.Yft f.4 't.J 9".JlMJu- -' Already'
THE SUN'isa..wel-
H _.1--... J 'p t ; eN. '"( THE
": .J. .-.V Wftj I. I : TRAVELERS
;'. TIle committee on,appeals! 'and aI4apt if The K grand -
i!' of Oregon -; come visitor 'to nearly every -, .
'. anus did. b,v* a.al gle.docnmeBt.re-j! encampli _
erred to.It, .h1d. it any work- to d* ehowe'Y1gai: three encampments : MANAGEMENT,, ,- .
f i .' got I Ia : home
.i in this
durlnc Abe conventioV'Uere is a strikjInf i ft section
(!; u etn; FELIX GARCIA Prop. Jacksonville B'la.
,! uam'pr. bt:>Ht'JV;: teatdt td 1 V; ,
:( tnain':whew thv.,po... trlbinal ter:POt It 1a sa.ldJ.of setting apart an.,. ccasibnal.are i and its many attractive,
I 'r pantedM i wher! dependeoie. placed e' ""' 'W1dt." tthe Electric Lights Electric Bells, liatbs, Complete Scivicc.
. the.wUe gad fraternal guidance>r ra t.iIW' Md'' *uMfludWiha; :I *; )
upon features
are bringing new
J: grand chaAcdJol.._The trQnnelystem>, welcooed to Odd'r now.' halls, and I ;, The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. '
U not in favor Ia WLiottsin.TThe ,PytH the prograau&lp; *JeclaJlfa aiiged for i recruits
'to
:fi'.' lea Ag )tllwank.;. < 1..1 I the D" tIJ. M d(.tI J -" its ranks each Take ear at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor" atop at the Travelers r-n"
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The iawf'of tn >gra,4.doBaadtea week.
plainly'itate that f} jnerofcer to be1 !iJrJ =1JJwJ ; .
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-toXficial. shall be egsprtcistbt.baoka dgeJegatiop '
Y ?- on or.bet OK,the.end_of each.quarter. Buesatjpi/heed of the .'

'_ Ku-...hM na state depott but bar aknights of from the the%$sell te'-oI.iw\Vie*"'t9&entati'et 4Wmd will so' .

< Grand 'trlhdtJ: wtd IDe tJ 6f1.'f f 5 'his term of office as re rat JudiCiousAdvertIsers" : GllEjl G. STOHflI,

,a44j eseaIc', ,Keelt 1/ =ira; >t. ; ; ...

UWa'Oct."It..mt tl1'totItmee 4 actlo.if of the lujf*flj| 'e,. '. ..-iil. DEALER IN 3.
1&i? l in .. was first made' .
chahgugrhe t4 '
leI
'i, 'H'M"'r'.' .nits .'f4'-xa'al14Ibq'bife"stated...Jelrtj'hlf.. /. :\ J hl'ailitj swesf oftttrious Wt since disasterwere eipla-f! i : : Staple and Fancy: Groceries, .

: : pht7'bUW; nations have tjeen made and the necessity) ,.
grand tribunal "which meets only at for '"" It rb. {tlt emi -
'arur-..; glmpty'E6kttDgmtleantpsr be" D .. na the' ) ... Grain and all Food Supplies.
dteII of Pw'\W kU7aINS reason*for the action of. the supreme. ,i ., ...
.Realize this hence the free .
Tb lodgli Wy UrimfcifInformed tWMa lodge. .
npon'tha-statutM and Inf Past Snpreme.'Dlctator: John Mulligan:
O4plewffaaaoee is-t Orat.' 'I1 hale M was an honored -visitor at the.recent ses-i i use which they make'ot its COUNTRY PRODUCE
,oestiQB.hetcannotdiscaa ,;rrlBe to1 don of the grand lodge of Vermont. HiS
potaft.*lfi-wtthoal .Waf. I W''' reception-was mos cordlal and fraternaljn tl"A., 1 colums and its t increasing Always Fresh, Kept is Stock.
the ; ..lelMl4 *kA.m&i* &lfullV.: ; jate,1tt'4a4''BJof: teyloga..q. Your Patronage Solicited.414 -
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-,jea> no oa e wants to. bats ,, ... of lh orde,'IM' a .P of' -t popularity an' adveftis-
'. ... I. < -i 'If' lo1t!l s dce. "vaiittiD t..J as -
.. of ,itt West palm Beaobltl.ATTENTION .
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iJ ; t I < tl.lde. Few.r;..;'* I" 'A man o i2: years ondeH"ne".aP, II\ r' ing' medium. +
., (4 'The supreme. keeper .pi jecordi' portionmeBt-fcitk.E I >Btehta of Honor la der- -4 Iii x .
required to pay 00 cents a month, or
ports the following new: :
: the'past ffeaMtt&toeky/! cha&Id $7.20 \{ear. lIkJ1bauutt ib" "
t ; MassachuseMs,10; 1111n0 ,-7; K/< :Ufeia'u> annual tIO/Iq, ,at ( Rates.
"1 'Boarding Reasonable --
Yak.ttndtesu4N.wnpdt; surance la the Knights of mh It
r ',' 4; r Vt Jit |10.8ffpof'IhOOQt'.ln HM Pennsylvania; .' MERCHANTS!

. I. ...;.\1 I=. J ll\\ .80 i MRS.i.EVANS, "3 prepared to accommodate 1 boarder .at her

1.. .:< A strong effort wCl be made this yeaf i iI WUUti WiiIi'f well kpown boardinghouse on Clematis Ave., clos to F E.C.By. depot!>> BOTTLING
rrtact fW.* rag.-'age4 lift} # l officers say Ht least 8,600niekabeta ..

\; a csdarf prime resameat O Btaet ttlon be secured.48.1ate. been The rates laez ued of ; There; eirei' oeOidrei df. Iron Hall ;dlf_o_ tt.il+ ,. ,CALL. .ON HER FOE RuES AND ROOMS. -.U Is prepared to deliver, EXFRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties

... j. d.Flo premiums are''offeredmembers for' has filed hto-foai-fepwrtr and by order BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc.,
atore that age altEongh l hey 9t tile CfO/t tb.-rnst. yrbl hJa existed
'.SIbdaaptntil,.t f :t.. .t/k.fk"t > St lilabediately BUDDED CITRUS TRESS r tr aift .f Dade Coasty Merchants Stlkiud sod Satishctlos Goirasuel.<- ,

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t .ElltgkWaaia IdiN.tiI ....It"., ahi d1atr tCrelit0h! bute4am 11'.. -RAISED ON- C. CASTELLANO. Prop. MIAMI. FLA.IIZ4U .

6111 aaplaoaR.mam kayo pocckased afcullding
ouathe dty- ot Topeka for whose clalpia ifgregated.15.100000.k'lleCoat cent ....SPRUCE PIJJE. IUD.GE.....
of the receivership. per
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.! : .of,.the wbnle amount of money! secured Wild temon'ard Sour '<>Orange stock. Also full line TROPICAL: FRUIT and Subscribe for The Sun.
the .
beadanarten of the order This moDe(. :arid et.of"hag2.... t."!per. ',.IJ cent_went...: ....,to. t;.. if '1 ORNAMENTAL STOCK. JOHN ,B. BEACH, West Palm Beach, Fla.
I ,gj ta eicoa Ce reserve toad. "' -." .... ..,

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"dH :" : -E RIAL'C PP I NGiJ' no feUrCAsii (THIS: ... ';a'.f. '

"*:0.-, -- t ," '1' ,1 j .' -_-'-- 11 M E.'G R-.UIa' < asu :
-1 v"- &,. ; to "16 td 11'tlas'World Statft Superintendent Sheets,..accordingto ., : JI : \ : .. -
'I ', the Ocala Star is advocating : l' S 45h '
)lost .ltOQ XOOO voteu. ;( IH :
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; a maxiainm tax of ten dills t..f.' '. j
.':,,- aometbufjfmore than a for school purpose., If'so, Superintendent '
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than Cleveland. Where 'Cheats-k iu a small FU"HIJU.ii-
-;: very
; -: < oi from?-Ocala Banner. miaoritj..: .Th masses of the peopleof ? < : .
:';:':.. AT t'.'J JL, our State believe in no such monstrous i"" : .. aeW.
N'
ld doe taxation: 'Our annual 'AU. 11".t ,
.. < Dot know re- expeih .
: ; utelligfntjj I bouj 'pea now for educational purposes J 8i.surl'fsTetrxv.9?+v4..a......
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> .i-. '! .;iShoisaptt 1.c; amount to the 'enormous sum of \ it. ,..' ;.,_ a....
more than four hundred thousand
i: Appleyard deoonnces: him t astoHie 1 ...1tuM tem.n.on ataaet.iibeisetar. .
., dollars and this is more than they en+ ..I.utte u41.&a1ie1'U.' ftstnaaiu Jk&+ '>u IiSI Wstd Palms
I, t > :, I liDK. politician," the are able to bear.-Lake City Index .. ...... +ltva Attetia. 1 l.rr!
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-------b: roKiiVin 'sin not The great geewhilikins The Stateof "

its climacteric Florida II < S S
from spending the enormous
takes -a icrmanenV.back' sum of two dollaraper head per year LKADING: BUSI E8sFW18, ;;.1' ; l

Herald for the education of its children. No
s "I WhoM Cards Appear Ja GUARANTEED PAINT I
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< /A'V.v- \ t&Ufaar'
wonder the skies weep tears of blood. .. t .,
here, (exifpt in the news'., QudfledMpb t'1l1, *A **"
Why that would give every bleeiied ...
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.tmrneiif Ji,t! Cd&kton one of them a tolerable decent pair ., <<.. C.3- P.aDrra : :

vuiweii\hrgu VefnorT xHiu shoes once year, or it would allow 10 ARCHITECT: :' .., .. .' 't:
T D Brown, West Palm Beach 1 ,
Florida would1 be [what I
'em a buggy rid just as often. HuwelDti '11 r Are Goansteed set to Chalk, Crack ftah Off, Pelt ear Blister. Art not i
Ken ,
in
( to the railroads .;expect: to flourish ,while we 15BANRING ." atiiafeUaa : t
: affected bJ8atW&terF8ea Breeses sad :are hiving better
a spirited eanij-aign,
; I throw away two dollars a piece a Dade county State, Bank. rhea othet kncwa. It a the ssolnf! putt ia this SSate, u ft is
*1 There would be ftr' any, paint t
the : Palm BeachBARBERS "
: I y on 'education of our child Welt t
:: ot\ dry bones aa had' the alarum I,. particalady adapted lathe climat of Florida. t
Boond and beat
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I I ;; !tie4rd'in! J !jlorida jd Potty I ttte,a.01t beWJl:8jt': and rouse the peope'to : ; I

HjcP not tUwkton?-Oca la Two dollars Wm Schandt West Palm Beafca '
arms. apiece a for
yen
__ \,'fj nothing+ but book,learning.-Tampa Milo, Cooper West.Palm.. Beach EDWARD ..WILLlAM5 .. : "

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.' acy of Florida will du Herald. BICYCLES: A.est for, Cental aa4JPwtei Paie i, :
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its, eye on theTimea- f Ceo 8 Adam:Wert Palm Beach ,
I The gold organs In the South, are! W R Mitchell Weft Palm BeachBOTTLING ,28"Eat' t/JACK50NVILLE; ,
Cilizen. That pa per while .Ba Y.S.tree .FLA. '" 1
not making any desperate 'fight --I.. .. ..
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Democratic
ilK a daily .. .
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against' Bryan for A brief quarter WORfcS: .' ..' -- .. -- .- -. .
anytiug but a Democratic of an hour they thought they had CCastellano. MiamiBUILDING 1 l
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,is violently hostile to : .
; Senator Morgan, but the: wise old --Is- t /LEGAL ; : ;

free silver, ,and policy man eepn put.that idea. 'to sleep.) SUP :oChaaWelshans .
it from coming out openly GatnN tef lllelit .*w Jackson villa .'? '' -MOTICE.> .. : ; [
.- Noticewith whit r r.; --; Geo S Backer & Son. Charleston, 8C.CIYIL X : f t
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quotes ,.everything it can. tL I : .,. ,. Ie_.. : I i!ti
--- -- b Gee l5'raut
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; Worthy 01 UDcIe San.I
uf' In'bmtility'to Bryan- a eaiaL.: ,.. I ENGINEERS'& SD&yEYO&S: ,didtl Omit, J I

of l ,-Tavires tferald. 'i' I The building ia which the government J Franklin Sheen West Palm Beach ; Im Ououtry. ;
i
:" 7h.I ;. 1,1 exhibits will be housed, the Paris _.,. I mil I BLOWS'",.(

s ;. lI ofez3iidgeHenryHil-, poritioii of 1900 will be one in every DENTISTS: l AL 1f TB.tfc en. ?. }

: ;, York recalls the fact that. way worthy of this coualrjr. While of ]D A Thomason West Palm Beach !'o.u w.-.o.. .
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to the- business of A' T. course! it will got compare in size and ]LT Daniel, Cocoa aA4Ttt U W.
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famous merchant magnificence with;sane cf the:great Mid eaatptoteMt .
priaice
ft structures erected by the French it will Lassa that jo r an
; years made as much qju DRUGGISTS: tats 01 hrtdan ad !
,stand comparison: with ,the buildings of ,
West Palm Beach ....., .l .
E H Dinrick IN.
it Stewart" its founder .
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It, as : foreign governments. ft U to be ;
abed .,. aa4 Ua(7"an :
a succes. 9'he'eecre$of oDe ofwhich! AmWicins may' well be ywra aa4 that tins
I III failure, it is asserted wjth DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: spa whom(egal >
prou4.f: i. ? .
& Browit West Palm Beach '
Tbomasoa
: oo, was hw failure t Mrs J 4p.at te a till .
the value of 'adverti8i ;. recently.approyed,'and Carl Scnrtbnkk; West Palm Beach eaor", "" .

:: had beers I} liberal and work will soon be begun on its erection. "' 94 Dsy ef' t > i
: Hilton bail It will be substantial in forts and artistic J
; Judge. PERTIMZER8: it to farther '
I atalL Be thought ia design. The architectural & Co Jacksonville' dated once'a ... '
Wm A Botu'l {
theme which smacks of the renaissance, wake prior to aid'' ;
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.. .-(, ; i could run units rep t8. U well worked oat. The graceful dome Little\ Bros. tt- '\ IBM, ta or... g. -
.- the m' 1t' 1b tb", }.
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pawtiW
s_.\.:; is to be capped "by a ball on which ;
: com pet I ton literally! INSURANCE &RBAL ESTATE: Florida. : at
FIRE
._ perches: aa eagle with outspread wings. Ordered W.SOU.
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his .business .with i .printers' Thai the national bird very appropriately Brelsford Bros Palm Beach t'.tLJ .. ; ,

i aa Herald. caps the edifice. Wallace R Moses* West. .Palm- Bead. Cfcrt d tat Cfeeatt : ;
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; In ,size the new exposition building FtorUa. {
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U: o IV will be fully sufficient to accommodate FURNITURE: T :

,stulerfd. Vx, ,c aze; all ,oar'exhibits without crowding four D E Cooper Mfg Co,,Jacksonville .f I
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talhL t1tipQ pdgbt coanrfssionen: --. .. .have_ been__ very.(of.tote -'u--__, "' ". .-. F. .
Nlllul'T! } ; I tte"support of a\Southeru la Mcnrttg space: allotment from c .GRAIN,AND SEEDS: : ---5- ,. S ;, .. JS
Wm A Bonn & Co Jacksonville )
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S before his nomination: .d ?|rA, P ala to.Date.'Hfre HARDWARE:' ,.,'* 'To'
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: all .t.fll within air ol \: is the latest .version of the 23rd M E Grnber West Palm Beach. Ii. '

lv doesn't matter if aU these Psalm"by-J. R.J., in the McMinnviUe ... lias just

The ,,is HOTELS: ;
so. object ap- alit Td i'.w .* !
; It means to reduce the con The politician Is my shepherd; I The Barman House, West Palm Beach ;'

the people'of Florida shall not want any good thing .duringthe Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach /a C -
The Travelers, Jacksonville
to lay the-gronnd 'work campaign.He I
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of the wUhes; }t the leadethi: me in the saloon for my --- -- ahd 1[:

this Stately |b Florida .vote's sake.; He flleth. my pocket with JEWELERS:; :
$ gebd'citarf: : j( .y'1U14.beer,runneth Idner & Son, West Pala Beach... LINEN
to the national Conven, o'er. "' *, 1 ,
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It will, fail of ita
v' year. ,
He prepareth ticket in the
my presence
: Florida delegation will of my better Judgement. LAUNDRY: .' both
Palm
Wo Kee West Beach -
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;; I t ; be i instructed'' for Bryan Yea, though I walk through the mud **

be composed, b! men who and the rain to vote for him and shout .n -' and I

I suspicion| as to their! _,attl' myself hoarse when he is elected LAWYERS:

: contemporaryiggsawing: straightway he forgetteth me.. Lo, whenImeeblmln W I Metcalf West Palm Beach :

; ;upon which! f .;i its 8 B.- bis_own office,he knOwtth Frank St W Clur Pope.Abrams,JacksonvilleAlex ,Jacksonville dPf i
me not .JJ"1
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'Surely tKelwbbl l has been pulled overnice and i

eyes all I the days, of.my life, and ]I MEAT MARKETS: I

THERE ANOTHER?, shall dwelt" under the thumb of' the politiciaafor A B Otwell, West Palm Beach If J f!

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another Board of "Demo. .' .'--: ...- .,.
16t'on'
Coroniiwiionera in the '_J' For Low Spirits. MUSIC HOUSE:' .

.ii patronize a' Republican Ludden & Bates'S M Jacksonville "
office where there are two "i AnjoS, Lt.recipe, but. a wise one for ..' .11L.
f curing ,tow spirits Is'well worth attention y
(>( Democratic offices?
NOTARIES PUBLIC
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fake one ounce of the seeds of
t i ; : : t" the .Democratic_ .jrptefsot resolution, properly mixed with the oil W R Moses West Palm Beach 1ety L
This I Metcalf, West Palm Beach
to make a note of of good conscience, and infuse into it a Guy

\ will serve notice Dow that large spoonful of the balsam of patience. .,. up

stands only for tho&cwbo' ,Distill carefully a composing plant NURSERY STOCK:

Democracy nnd does* not !called others' woes which you,will find John B Beach, West Palm Beach.PTTnTOftR ; before

to line up as it unwittingly in every part of the garden of life m -

last,C. paten. witfire. growing under the broad leaves of dw> ..._ APHRR. *.
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y ; ; ; ,j- 'There wills a no guise. Gather a handful of, the blossoms J B O'Donoghne West Palm Beach of ?: I I
of hope sweeten the properly} !
or mincing of matters ... 'c
with syrup made of the balm of Providence : ;
time comes or between How '
and if you can get any of the PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS j

.:-Miami Sunny Land..# aeeda'of '-'H1]friendship: yon will then R B Potter West It. Palm Beach I. t ..
H C HOod t1/
.. bitve-the mOlt talable'lI1edictDe thatsin .. 1IS', '., I
N S Ruraham ;
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ADVOCATE is the title of be administered.; Bat you must be .

Florida publication hat careful to get the seeds of tf the,Iriend. ,
silpVai tberft is a.weed that'resembles PINEAPPLE PLANTS: _
on THE SUN'S ..
exchange
( |K.called! sell| interest, which ,will spoil G C Matthams West Palm Beach j jGEO. .
of John Frank
> .name )one the whole -coaipositio'a. These ingie .,. H. '.
j. publishers of tba me dients well mixed and faithfully taken *
RETAIL GROCERS: S
J appears at the bead and as soon complete a cure Popular Science. -
Palm BeachJ
fattdetotod L W Borkhardt,West If'
": i indieateaf wilt to ... F Oliver West Palm Beach

( .., commerceand..manufac. New Roses.i J D Mathis West Palm Beach _. n mh o14

interests of Jacksonville. ;? ; iThe ) Glen-- G. Strohta.West Palm. .Beach,
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lovers of rO. s-a great multitudeof .
enjoy all the success it de- but S' '
l the people in all civilized conn

f '. r' tries-will be pleased to know that the SHOE REPAIRING: I j i
f .f'1" i !j 1 3 H "' florists are still active in the production W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach' Fulfil .. I I

V. & W. Ilyn AVON ITS con- of new varieties. Crossing and)hybridizing ---....r.STEAMBOATS .

access {fo the Terminal : ,are jo progress-daily, it may AND MACHINERY: A

at Jacksonville'(;; The Tar almost be sald-and with very satisfac Merri lSteveni Engineering Co,

i ignored the Railroad Com-.j iar r9ilJaian: caste,Among others' Jacksonville" West !'
f : finding; *fJdtno.J( Jones cBgagidia th& work, Luther Burbank! ---HSTAILORING' .

a writ of mandamus of California, "the great hybridizer tAte
<< the Tenn f halT COmp who has,, done so mnch for the plums, Safranek & Son."West Palm Beach QITT.

ny 1'I quinces and some'taker fruits, is acid,to S..=.
j I ot.f""lefy! t.hi Ruilrpad Cum-
have obtained
a _rose of remarkablebeamy TRANSPORTATION LINES: Baayaa \
irilcn r/vn oftI'd,'gentlemen. I I
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not sent Na-
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piy. i j i lions Stocknu and Farmer J IF I BC&y,Jacksonville 60td '

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;'iutsHlc :eteditaad.ia tb -coo i !._ m- .1 TRUST- :"SECURITIES."" '' ; 6EEle'TO PALCATE'. THE-IHDIANf JlRR NCY. ] meat method supposes-establishing' a question,a gold of- standard the beet j!1: :;;'

raveai.j. CUe Arguments the'Defeadcn ef ;
ofnaoney.the Tie Deaaad r. rt f !
in India, but whether the establishment'<
reestimd; r '.f pea.., .. : bt1e,91nartR Eteadaealreta .. > .i
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ft Robbed which',to'do'-buiineas.'._ They w"nowpeyUgrth Boma' ;;ism'4go ri. ,:i thej Defenders- of .the',old, etaridard,are :Difficulty of Establishing. 'a Gold or practicable at any cost which India 1 .
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backs 1550.000,000 aneaaK New York 'Finan w.rd! 'Wont Wk sty palligter thetlgplfl.eance I', can afford. If this ie Impos .-then ,"j;
Standard.
'.. .' ly in interesrto'Wrriisa-llhea withpdiEwith quoted ia these coMmsto the effect of :'the .fall ,of average. prices the only alternative clearly is to return
.. 1'-, OF ,'" which to dd badness.a .r that the authorized coital of the trust .fclncc 1373 by numerous contentions/ ,i I'l.- ,._ to silver money. Ko greater evil than v..-. .i
t". -. ;:Whlle ivUT thetfunctioQ and duty of organized -
corporations during January
{ which the following are chief; an artificial and managed currency can )i ,
SPOLUTIOJ..r't GOLD HOIST TENDS TO GO AWAY.
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._, 1>ie government mannfactare three- and February this'year was$14iQa>: Ftrst.-'fbat. the:tall has been due tocheapene1.andincrease4 .' be inflicted on a.coUD 1: It is not tin-., J '
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r", Nr,\... ,1It', tb)14e) :toagb' ono )'Litt 1 p- 800,000. At that time the belief 'prevailed production of reasonable, therefore to say that sooner ,. :
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'pld'as a"< iuaj of..tkba a
its err: qga:!t evenamongpromoterstbat about commodities. To this) are several Bore BeuoB Whir a D bter CooaIrr or later the error'committed in 1893 ;
1'_ oily supplying co-thir44ha. t everything worth combining bad'already there I '
acknowledged
... have to be and
< .14 Have Different may reversed
tie fl .3 < need and required,. The.mcnej.supplied been combined aDd that not replies.'Jt may.weU,be asked.for example 'from boner The highest political issues are *
.net ,\ by the government noninter&et bearIni'tfbileJbf touch more'trust jtpck.would be placed whether: it Is not true that the cost m Creditor C..at.-Ta.per- also involved. One of the most danger J -;

.... I St supplied by the on the market.jJb'eBelief seemed- of mining separating and refining gold Ins With,tile-eople'i Honey b'a ous things for a government to'do ia to i

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Es ac round numbers I'.SOO.OOO. firm and inddaile'doing Warn taken.:TbeJteMckl- flnlipcleIB greater percentage than.that of the average It lea'hrd saying to some that a quite certain (bat the Indian government I .
addreeeed 'baBine InFthttnlt'adeQ making Up Ine: record for March manufacturing and mechanical geld; standard is impossible for India cannot go on long with its present J
| -8W ;' This.-doea.a ttSadtldeprovereional ; f pond that the authorized capitalization proceSses:and whether;,'therefore. on' The subject baa been discussed as if the ideas regarding money and monetary
oa the ijyej*of v th4"raiidfou .men. ,The amount of invegtiaeBtin combines formed during that month I
ep this plea the,ratio of gold to commodities choice of a money standard were within standards without producing the graYest -
practical bimetelliaa anj';neard him -, buslna by "ucb.onserp..aagea was $480,000,000, or only about |73. ought'not at :least ,to have kept the unlimited discretion of a govern- complications in the government of .
U, that be feared 'aequencel of from a few.dollars np\tp.jaiilionaT: < A OJQO.OOO' less.tban the average for the cons tan tor more nearly so.' Again the ment and as if the only question were India itself. Ron nr .- i

opening the mint Jo silver at the present .conservative estimate.:'a'cqnjeeced'in( bye first two months the' year. It appears worst effects of the monetary disturbances he method of acquiring the standardselected J
legal "ratkCa the bullion.aioe. of: ,,, t eteent. (ibis branch'of po- from this that so long as there lea keen of the last 25' years.have been This is not a scientific view. PRECIOUS METALS fN CHINA. *.
diva ia only 82 to L ,As to taking the : .ll i Ip 4the. ,Average public appetite for stocks to speculate felt by the wealth'producers (this Governments would certainly act wisely -, rA
eta'beEweea robbing the"Hchor* tnJ. atnoaat II .d bJ.PAl'h;ba.h eMniU ,iu promoters will find means,of, ministering country"laud otheV gold standard I at all times in having regard to the Ho Change la the Parehailac V.l.o'-
farther Buperising the:p,'be ] tntion at,14.000. This amount multi- to it -g g-ga ., .i ill; nations finch a'result, Is hardly com. economic conditions of their subjects or Silver. v.

.fcrred tofb/ee'rka.-tot.hi 1 tfe n t pul'pbgr' of fidnf&Feaaual I-There baa ,been some slackening of patible: With. such' a ,npposed cause and their tastes and habits in the matter Gold. in.the form of money, is never t
"A won tit big"iM "I EedbJlj ,80 a uDt .the pace ia the organization of trusts whose natural operation would be to : of currency. To force something unnatural seen in China: neither are gold ingota .

mite oe i'medium point, between theMeant .to'tW oSiuUfpcd j ,envy jnring 4-prlJ.Which sent surprising in benefit {tie producer M r veflt has and especially to attempt a in ,use in trade, but are used for boarding
h Ion ratio of the pro lDetala and bank credit of the com 1ry. Therefore flew 0\$bji fact that new "industrials" been conclusively shown' and Indeedit i change when a community has already only. Hoarded gold is generally,".

la my opinka there la a conclusive'ao- the tubst'accurate calculation we to an amoupt exceeding 1,586.000,000 is nofdls'puted.. that from", 1850. to I got ,a money which admirably serves found in gcly two forms. One is in in
eaD--make-ba8ed upon existing facts were tuned out during the first quarter 1873 production increased the for shaped like boat about 3.6 '
aver baaed on e-dattog facts to this relatively i purposes which money ia required gota a ,
View* To re- 1l'4 ditions.,discovers -a deficiency- of the year. The slackening may be die much faster .than from 1873'to 1897; [ is always injudicious and inju inches long, .8 inches wide and weigh- i .
_* {.idltwrtwndaJUei'! II. .''OOO 1f na to the,fact that the prompterf can find yet during the former period average nOM But such a change tnay be impossible ing 11, 15.tOOO ounces troy weight I
Ibt ricnC It ds'b n eptalilth. joining more worth CJ Iit 1 i g. More prices rose levy considerably, ;whereas as well, and this ia a point not the other is in the form of -gold leaf ; t! i
ttt&fiacanoa and exploitation tbat'have i cited States. 4 ; ikely, however it tf due lo tbe fact la the ,latter' they hare disastrously' to be overlooked in the matter of a gold measuring about 8iaches square and. I
Beat ohfjr) oo L thfa country tot nearly Thft' Dark:cedJt sysWnj has beenfaa&nt&npap Iat ';the public"Js 0$ eo|bangry a.It fallen. Why was this The 'answerIs standard, for India. weighing about 80 grams The relative
other,,civilized and cojnmer'daj wad. 80 long as the farms of the to be 'found In the'great increase of valued silver in
tO We do not propose'ta take'ton Assuming that a gold standard with geld to was the beginning 1 .; :1
tiM taftboJdi-igiciMsea ialtbe.tncMf couf>triesvin abont tlnteanwt Bonptry have not been massed into metallic money due to the development a gold money is the object to be aimedat of the ring dynasty (A. D I
power any of the billions of doJ- t*
lars that have been heaped fato their time bIt yielded. MJTf 4;OOO.ODO.tKnro. Ottttpfed.No goldfields daring the first epoch ,and In standard at all what are the difficulties Li (1594)), of the earns dynasty. 1 to 7;,'.
den. ibe6aut ?i. eilver money:and it|s cot a rwb er' ,wonder the banks thought it pru the heavy decrease of metallic money in I t' 'wayt The general difficulty is at tbe end of the Ming dynasty ((1633). .
\i& the.> lad '
J kgWadoe I for their benefit andto tbd ., bad Jji dept to discriminate against "indu80riAJa" ([moneys-of',full power) due to the progressive that ..dia is both a poor and heavily 1 to 10; under the Emperor Eung-hsi.

t of Ihegwdgeeri'oTwedthf-f DOW the all text',the'iUvej half that.vUjle' ptbffocedhr1 demand'w wben they were being launched deprivation of money .functions indebted country, having large remittances ((1662)), of the present dynasty 1 to 13; i
the
,Between.J8tt and tSeditbetUnlted, : -cenrnry npoli lbs market at prodigious a rate. to.silver during the'second., In to make annually payment of under the Emperor Klenlnng ((1737) i
Matea iaaaed in rooajl.nnnjbeniM 800- w : greater than the supply-with Tke/only wonder is that bay did not .this connection let me cite'the .lan Interest and dividends to foreign creditor 1 to 20; in the middle cf the reign of '
M. the lnta to both metals alike at
] 'an.' open frown DpoD'80ch paper as security for guage'of Sir Robert Giffen, the. goldstandard's countries and chiefly to England Toakwang (1840). 1 to 18; at the beginning ;
1i n'o'W t"lfi tot the bADkiarftu bans sooner than! they did,*Tn view of
--lDboDdaB leading defender. In his with a gold standard. Such a country, of the reign of Hun.1ollg.
ct {avert)!'W4ftjpglo gold.e wdrdjind -'i the entire tert ofjbrngtwfrthx informa- Recent t Changes of Prices and Incomes if it has the same money as the creditor (ISSo). 1 to 14; in 1S83. 1 to 18 to 13.,
.hI d&b.'tbd. '>} bank credits and against, UdetaJlitm .IJiOD, regarding the possible 'earning hip: country can only retain it with diiB- and at present 1 to SO.
,'i \ 1 v. i apd apt\.tt hee/ing mcfy |-. I power of the combined properties ,As ,"To:put the matter into more'pop culty. By the necessity of the case the Gold] not bein; used in China as

rY lII1able 1a'tllifuJ money tblVSoriW" PU tTh*n baa been pointed out by a few eastern ular language_ wermlght,perhaps say exchange is chronically against It. Pe money, but as a commodity, its only 'i
Onitod States and the intern was payable nop&ly of money give them great pe- papers in the case of railroads there that ; he"stationary, or' rather 'rising pie in India and the government itself value is for boarding and ornamentalpurposes.

ia "./:, 'lu-M ABbylack,hang. cuaiary profiy Van. oat three bras balls at the city of "KCBt truly wit *' w ngs and expenses at least upon which 1830 and 1873 were maintained by contiriual on which accordingly there ia a comprehend that gold has advanced
I metropoUtan
Washington and ftgao operations: At They cap afford to employ the Jo,base judgments regarding dividend ""addltlons'to the efficiency of premium. The result of such premium nearly 100 per cent since 1882. One 1

a time)when' .'-orbiDg questiom press to befog on tbe" minds of thepeople'with'artfdea paying ability, whereas in the case of money.Since 1873 the movement of In a debtor country having a gold money ounce of silver will buy just aa much ,'
which grew ont of the civil,war were : National-Eon- udostrials' do'substantial?tnfennatlonF' addition to the stock, which was averT. the same as Its creditor country 'a rice. corn cotton, silk or other t+om- '
occnpying the minds of the people and t. '.. ,been volunteered, and not all the .',pronounced one, .has been. arrested that the gold tends to go away. It i modity, except gold as ever it weald,
the financial policy was firing then bone crowbars official investigation have :If tbere has not been an actual the most ready asset to send far preferable but gold.is too high for all but the very
little concern, fihylock, became apprebeDdveV to a presidential campaign fund. trailed to pry cat any. The sugar trustothers' I withdrawal,.'from 'or diminution of to goods. In other words, then, richest people to indulge in.
the credit of the ao n try. alf tQ elect; a man.,who.wjll pledge I .himself md have'baffled' all efforts' to ei- : fetockfuncompensated by an'Increase In there is likely to be a steady'drain of Precisely the same conditions, so far ,
tbeogh it was patter then than.i(has ,to the maintenance nod preservation! ofn&fredit their"private business." and all I the efficiency of, money. Consequentlythe currency from a debtor country like In- as values are concerned, prevail in the P
bum since the civil war. While be did thg system and.whose rep.iosentatiyea p t, them bsrve.manifested adetermina- fall'of prices'is explained by the dia if its currency is the same as thecreditor United States only our people have
pot make u much fan about it, 4hen ash jo l! ogrej .M did;the last don to conceaj a}" knowledge from thepeople check to g'the'prevl us'movement. country, England and this been bulldozed into the belief that all at

.s does_.b...!nffered great agony, bou&.committee' ; vote i for a 'currency I, whom! they i invite tppnrchaaebeir About 1873 "there'wa 'an ,alteration teady'drain will contract and disturb values except gold have gone down .
r rat ;.wbjch. yidea'or. ; stock. They merely stat that! hey but. the best market down, down, while the
tf sad to tnt persuaded congress to aas according to observations, the money till the situation beFgtnes value of gold
the credit strengthening act a law that lug all use greeobftc'H.and: pther gorerment '[{are realized'good PJ9t' the movement In !! ell'colittn intolerable remains stationary;' Mr. R. E. Breden.

p was not agitated: diacnssed abdTtg fizcnlating.'8ttercn'Jrhcb.fee realize more. For the t8lGll !t ned but not at a_ greater rate. The inference This is the general rationale of the commissioner customs, in the decennial -
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the yeilk Mpt: a before them .peopl1l'au- ill t. It nt"fat rely upon tbe popular ;'fl. ins conclusive: therefore, statement so often made that some reports of the custom house of
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N to inane By the credit"etrengtl bearing bonds "tbe ai then trust can. extort and that t after 1S73''the 'alteration' tn the countries are too poor to have a gold Shanghai, says: "It would be impossible *
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, tag act ,the priBdpd of thkeDonnons tbeznj e altooet' any \-Cblca economic'' movement was .In''money, standard. It ia not poverty merely that in the space at my disposal to dis

> 1aoaW Iadeb_ aaesi,"r dh.s '$early. without' interest for tb.elflsi the Chronkle." ,am)|I.to: this' mast be ascribed theb.aDge makes the difficulty but poverty combined cuss the influence which tells on the '

V >D1,06ft1190t10Q, became plIable ia f:1tOel: i RALLIED BY" BRYAN. of prices. which baa..:occurred.' with heavy indebtedness. Thegold movements and value of the preclona. ','
"ooii" .4 Of lawful money Of a1om. t.,. money in such a case steadily metala in China, even if. writing with
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.' fifata. Ia kes ,than I? days ? a ,Tk. .* Pe*.Ie IB the, Saddle, and the 'THE PRICE' OF- SILVER.-- lends to go away. The remaining currency only the trade of a single pert before
after the paalsge of.this act the price ft Cklf.. PUtfern Hut SUad.Ia whether of paper or other coin, me I am in a position which qualifies

et the bonds a4niW lfcneeb tetsfb ; ;fiteVaft. fcr Q.bct 41.1 ..- hid speech before a Democratic si erii j Il.. ,:jLet 'tta!.ed 'Ii is then with difficulty convertible into me to do so. I can only'say that in the,
$1.OSip ,bibnt levied apoo interest a and '* .meeting ia Kansas Mr Dean gave at- 'to u tke.World'" Market gold, and so the standard ia lost general opinion a tae of silver toys as
7 the people'.r t'any'co3ayeueatten, :[ weD eecnred peetoictffnd terance to
ib A 'ecf winding tb fa1Re I of |be boor fit TCfeago 4 platform national banknotea. ,Tbe.enly .excuse, t 9a debtor country like India, and, in a higher sterling value.tf This. 1 teller**J3T"te .

: wd =Apolggists i' publicancrirMk t '..,_..K._. .iJawr. 4 and[,Tb\i laterLl opposition to for'the1r existence Is the tart that they fact almost a. necessity, to have a a fair general statement *
ttread from' which to weave eologiea tba ; eadifeppointed. Such aru. absolutely needed as,a circulating money different from that of its creditor E. R Jxman& p.'
' bsoormsgaiafmosttiedioualat3''{ Itarle ft t-r ,Tf next seeean'ot'congreaa* 'rf T QEIOTB.r v w*m m ;,; ner, Carlisle medium. Every d lJar'. f that credit countries. When the money ia different '
would aeem that ordinary greed .. 'B! m ern t4ve been unloaded mope" 1 coold be retired..and 'silver or the; depression of exchange in the debtor Chase Likely to last Lome.
troaid loa,. avowed |te vkHme T a- ; >-j.l.; fTWIW r".j lCjr.t( : that jbey are incapable silver erti8catea substituted ,m'place' country, which is the result of the competition When the Americans began their recent
e toI&WT'atis !ia whkh! to recoperate,. v Plainly we are pearipg a criah'ia theexperhDeDt'1riUa urtner'barin. "The Democraticmasses Thus there can be created by this government for bills on the creditor country advance in force, Agni-Mldo

I t i. bit not aq,ia.bit case.* ThV'coin"wu '' the gold jUD4M4No which stood ..together in 1898 a demand for the enormous : lowers the valuation of the money shrewdly retired from then. When the
. diver and gold at tbe rite of U to matter what the itncettt"tf'Ibfefcoivictioa have long since been recruited by those evm of'1.2i:,oooOO of silver,:all at compared with the creditor's money Americans are tired of beating the
! 1. ia which the boars were now payaUa. entertained by some men that a wbo were misled at the time by false once If desired without increasing the and thereby the value of all goods in bashes, they will retire to Manila sad .
Aaaooaaatbejereditatrengtbening wrong Isy sterajs rigbl$$} irg tb4t la' leaders. la the Democratic national circulating .medium one 'dollar. Itseems the debtor country compared with the the day they are back in their tre&cbea

,met WU pateed and th"feC of the ,wrong neceeearily works toward coifu-1 convention of 1900 there will be neither to me In view, of that great demand creditor's money; hence, there is a again will find the Filipino army once
retgrr bald. told..the people what a sion.disuterrafid collapse. ;F.or/e2 years !pies nor bolters-all Democrats all there can be no reasonable stimulus to the export of those goods : more investing the city This is a style
fine bargain be bad made with the national I this nation having thrown adbat: I upon the platform, and all determined doubt of the ability of this government which are suitable for the creditor I of warfare that may be pursued sue
creditors fihylock again set tp I British dictation the bimetallism that to bury Republicanism and its allies. to establish. the parity of themetals country, and the money of tbe debtor ; ceaaf ully for a century. The American,

his cootribctioa box-id at quiet-way-: .the world ;hadi'8a otioned>for,>4,000 Mr. Bryan therefore, spoke the truth We have had an experience country is not acted upon at all, although with his civilized wants is 10,000 mile

In the halla of' congresf?sad,, requested ''l, ,sodea .proe- when be declared that there now exists whfch' hould teach every one the pow. it is one of the first things to be ham the base of supplies an unaccli-
,> ( two for ooe'W'thia wise:' There were.1: peri\y)y resting;ef ythtn8 i gold. a harmony which his been hitherto un- eror: this nation., acted on, as we have seen, when the mated sufferer from 'a tropic climate.
two metals which furnished the moaeyin ': Wb -ppptiUtioi t h i' Jjicrwsedi- and kncwn. For nearly half a century national In 1800 congress passed the Sherman debtor country baa the same money as The Filipino iaat home and fighting for
which the cola bonds were payable. commerce baa bad stupepdo'ua expansion Democratic conventions have n t4-whlcb provided for the purchase its creditor; hence the debtor country, his hojne.-ChattanUbga News .
Tbe .bo1den.8plre4 to prevent .pt, ProIRJI been juggling meetings where men diametrically of only 4.500,000 ounces of silver per with a different money from that uf
, fMCt trtinsa metals from being manufisctared thegildipt'odtics tit:'till tta7vld lit po"poly opposed .to' each Uber1 were' I month. Under a demand for ,simply the creditor country, is able (a retain Tpdd,'* Good 0 toyof IMvwelf. '

: Into laoney and.thus,have,the a}nal to tbe combined gold and all'tverp engaged In trying to hoodwink one an that amount of silver that metal rose that money in; spite ofia poverty andthe After reading one 'of liotxevelt's '
cola .eapply'4epepd solelynpbn.th o4nct .of 486Q, The business of other. Platforms wm made which In price higher and higher until itrracbeot a dyer3 ,exchange, and the mischiefof speeches the average "plain"American":
other metaL'10 &bu'ip time the cola mankind therefore tits. years ahead of wen interpreted on*way in New York I ; $1.21% per ounce' within a contracted money market due to begins to wonder whether there ever

taoaey c| the same 4eaoi inatioa wooHl the supply of standard money. and the other way in Georgia, so as to eight points of par not, only at the normal exchange operations is spared it. were any "real and true' patriots on
:. .1 iHwiAaainrach..tMtVr 18 IbItetl meet the exigencies of the commercial mint in Philadelphia and on the exchange A gold standard is not an easy thing earth before Rooseveh WM born. lie
ia UA. Of VraVs fi>a| are O.ikJwj'' 'ala1 1 d d statesman. In the spring of J 896 the at New York, but In London, for a poor and indebted country with usually talkss., if he thought there
1 ; duUJ.a ceded in grafting npon oar foolish devioea; the day of doom u close masses' concluded ,that they had been in Calcutta and In'every other marketIn its creditors also possessing that stand many poor mean spirited

I. Utatos.law thai nbot off one.d fVfaopplUe ,)!aai, fruggW as wo.m; stupefy juggled long enough and that the time the world. If such' a small demand i ard. The chances are that even very groveling, feeble minded citizen in hit
' of mosey ia which w.-agreed. our-mino* with delusive argument 'as bad come for plain speaking. It was a raised, the price of silver to such a costly attempts will not succeed ft audience. We also get a strong impree

to pay them and the expectations we do tbtl:craab.will come.. It is now surprise to the commercial statesmen height under a limited coinage act It must surely te a matter of phyions precaution I don U at Roosevelt himself is an iujmeusfely s

Lave boat tally r litei.' "We have had almost.within",.nafihjpf ,thji'dolieat na1 indeed when they reached Chicago and seems clear that the Instantaneous demand when the Indian government l superior person in his own efti*
te pay the number o< dollars- just the tion found tbd tbe people were in the saddle. ,for 1.275,000.000 or 200 timesas attempts a gold tandard to look well oration and that be would feel issultedi e
MM aa we promised hot these doJJarsvoald OD1eeNiaiefe' .! For once they were determined to have much, would certainly establish the beforehand make sure that what it I i it anybody should tell Lim to his fact
tcvl.reZ the ... :
porchase twice ae much u ape .a a platform which'an1 wayfaring man parity'of the metals. If we should Increase proposes is a thing that can really be I that ha was not competent to govern tile
i fcUars received Now, when we suggest .p great diel'd troubW.La'y'come to might JJP4efet,nd. Notwithstanding our circulating medium to correspond '. I have been dealing with the eatth.-Hartford Times.

I teJartttlnf,,'the:demand tor;silver,by the ,south {y>ihff a{par Btmeniof colored the presence pf scnttjers) in the ship, i) with that of France we would question up to this point on general I
Sopealof the mints 'to it'we are'toJ people to import&flt' federal offices. well nigh came into port Now thai make a. demand for $$750000.000 more principles. The conclusion is strength- niehljx Flrec Flrat Goo.
If t. _ideat.had A Aetii'e tn wtutfitt* ". A no,1 J..on .J..o cast # The n..n..Pd.au.... ....ti'. __ ._ __.
ttat we would be-TObbIqIOlDe of their : ww* j* fc the ecutUera are ISWJ" ube platform remains ui allver. vf a total demand for t4V"-- v jct4 w .c 44 tuo v* spy teal attemptis I I I o '5..1& 1l1IUU"
fIR does, When they are shown the nice the,teero...wb pint- il\:; aa good as ever >P4 t".people 1 000,000 of silver. ,That amount Is more fully weighed and considered The vention assembled gave a string personal
tart oppt to be *he case they then of them to oficaia the ta4i ilt rik9 ttT are standing squarely ppon it True it [ than three times'as much as there Isi Indian government cannot bear the expense indorsement to Mr. Bryan bat

.l.t bd hint tlalz'bn!& etiae6 .lot'not daD spd/tla* priocipto iaognUaJtbaVwtife'raJ is u li stated by MBryaa, that the t i i Sliver iq the' world,that could, possibly. better still they declared their all fcith
Ayfcx doubled Ida money in 1878 that prejudices DemocrstiQ.. platform cf 1900 will be eP It to our mints.. There is much discussion in the pa- and belief in the Chicago platform and a
JM coaU pot Dow maintain any each may be tolerated at the north they will written by t those who stood upon the i' pers in detail aa to the amount of gold especially in its must contested para
not be at the n nth,.where th.e fling| platform o 1806, not by those wbo Gospel of D"ipalr.I required to give India a gold money graph. These are but straw whi \

f At real feJs thai.we need more ia much inure intensenatarallyUoi tried-to overthrow. .Democratic. party. I I:We"who advocate bimetallism plant but having regard to the three main r. point the way to the presidential ctJ
at "to,t4- Je4eq flat than where the selection of a negro for an in that campaign. > ourselves. upon,the history of the hu quirements active circulation t i test of nest year when Americans mil

: both ether and gold wonJd fornlsn at Important office holding close relations man' race. Those ,who_ advocate the reserve against government notes a: Jan tk to recover their constitutional
1.aI11' Hew Y.rk J arm lli-a. (
to the whites works results in
; Ihe ratta >oT Jl to 1- 'Tb 4ea.nd forUwraidgoJd injurious gold standard,advocate, an'experimentthat extraordinary reserve against contingencies tights.Atlanta Constitntwa
The leader of tbe devoted
yellow journals
'M moneys ot'I cltmAtecedcafttioa many ways especially in keeping alive has nothing to commend it ex -we may say that large sums
three motif
U arach .greater,than ttotappty race bitterness.-Pittaburg Poet or full.pages recentlyto ceptthe, misSy .t1 t has followed will be needed "to make aura" A StUd ABtor In Hud Coutwa)-.

tue e,..|ieeB_ rTroba1)lrt? tff"vQl '--r1 ,,-- .,-r derbilt-Fair pictures aDd wedding particulars. What of is the this Van-sort Wherever It.bas been tried.. And yet of $250.000.000 sh uH at least be accumulated There have been but three conpkuI
: be ,The money wpply of the.worB' r. IW.. j jI ;mjfc' friend, they call us demagogues beforehand.< But to name a I I I oars t'xampltsof Americana expatriating
gutsy of 'both .gold sad silver fe WnaadBaffiberi I 'OMt rital baa extended her domain of publicity the sign of t a thoughtful ',.who advocate the restoration of the sum 0 t; fO,000,000 or anything like tbewtM'lvnl. The first wan Dece iict Ar
until tb' sun Hirer pets'on it No person must ask. Depressing in the extreme diet I'i I nold, who did it
fti.000.00fl.000. divided .money ,of our constitution. and they SHIP as the reserve of gold to oe because he teas (-
abaft eqotlly betveta &be t. eUWat tine o t q'BfII' tb'IJI 4tiB We for the frellC'ftf' of any call those 'men statesmen and dnancjers accumulated beforehand in India, ia o pelled I Ishew |I to. TLe becon-1: v.as Jcdah P.
who the
intelli.geDCe
bein6 pI bwvla'ej.h-police. Iw hope advocate the practical of DcEjamin.Lo was the real Lr ir.. of
the rate of 1$ tot The 4,01 wfco the continuance of impossibility the i i I I
batth t> etaJa is the ark Ja very i ge r seeD cot 'm tb'r and independevpe of, fhinklugoftbe Hils'ftllanclal policy which has never operation at the present time. India i the souther. Confederacy. The third U
vie composing the
nation. Have '
e Amercaill maasea ,been commended by the producer of not rich enough at present though 'i I William Waldorf Aster, who left Lie
--rm r "rl .I the yellow paper'rightly ganged the wealth. Those who preach the gold might become rich! enough in happur'circumstances. !'!I! country for his country's guMLPruriaJournal.
; rvrjI'm thought and desires of their readers"Ind
The yearly additko tote money supffy -' standard preach the gospel of despair; Time would also be required |i
of the two tnetab U baooDaidenble.f. droppeoitfr'nq; t1'halal ao''. be nd fie, Or havV'sico'newspaper given jtbefci what jtheyfyantedt only created thej ,hold 'out no hope to the u a1racethl'y' for the operation, and time ill el-! |I I Not So ferry Rosy. t
dab lynched .ch J4 rDal set no' time" for'allevlaftni together wanting as things now stai.
; kite la country about 11.800.- the demand for such stuff for the j i.I Many farmers joyfully increase tb.
Ma 000 of mosey inclndjnr aU kb da ..,. -1 ., t ., PI catering to it I-Boston Transcript purpose the distress that is now enveloping' the The truth is that the Indian governmentdoes farm mortgage when the interest rate
The tab of this country have oa Mp' Pee inat/ew gold using'countries of the world. Ask not face the problem of adopting a is reduced from S to 6 per cent But to
&tIoa,.. oo., Tjti.lcsu <* We are!iJ'd)tb'jeaV bas ooze fcr' ns'tb,:maintain! the gold standard; ask: gold Stanford It tries to do the business these who :know that the average annual -
cf UM tx&to luonnt' to'About fiOOO,-' another r.lOD-a president call how Doubtless ait t., out. tla to join In the demand for the universal oq the cheap by creating, at an increase of farm wealth f"rM

pWt1/b t7M:ttetcb \\"N\;atdeEgiit' fini no,acuwtorN not laettog his. toot I John .D. Rockefeller has offered tbe1trustees'of use of gold, and yon ask us to epormcua coat to the mercantile community past 50 years baa been only S rer rent
ii.1<.0.000 moos than tha entire npoa-aDd crashing & piij&ts with Dennison university $l00,-: go Into ft'lIght Illuminated by no star, of India, an artificial scarcity jf the new prospect does not look su toey.Farm. .
juaooa! of-oooey ia .ntjTbe without shoulder"strap who haft' 000 It they wUl riae 150.000 more for to. embark upon an ocean whose currency BO as to force the communityto Stock and Hume.Couldn't .
cict between.the amount.eat moa-; poisoned aU: murdered AnwrlcaB apj. the institution w hiD. the ensuing year .farther sh'ore'no lI1 1er'may find to accept gold; but that is a still more .
pia tae country and the anwontinifck tiers and who fiaaat the cvidesees o/ Doubtless ano idition is tbat Mr.Rockefeller's travel In .desert where the ever re- vastly method in reality, as the process Swallow It. J

pb.tlnYoaaai Mot tukcnd1t& ijponelt their consequent ill gotten wealth ia the; w shall be respected!!: tre Ung' mirage only makes dlsapi may ruin the country.I If some political parties took a dues

htk the people Dive tobatw.en pay faces of the American peogtk. :-Wa bbftoaTlasj | in tbe eelectioD. lessor of politi-l i polhtmcnt I thousand.' fold more keen."W.'J. submit, then, that what ia really in cf pure religion it v.nld cause instant .

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Big.:Lake,,.Wyman, aud..sgonnotlc jra ,
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r' 4 rb t; our jight:.a beginning of thaentensiveImptovdnents : I They to be 'sure. Re. Heewi. .1 a L.etsittte lilts .Directory of Ow Utjrf Cfcif ihf* .s
begun by Mr(Flagler cfclearing'a1 fiottnberare that b .
R:. my place Will fc r / Ur.Looisville "RdtiOlll Ss.... -
t' Vast tract of land, for .the

'f':';' growing;of, citrus fruits and,,pineapples.Jasl "' 1! s FLORIDA-roa-,HEADQUARTERS, Coarier.Journal "Everyman >.,....,-, .......... I
.., 'be'Jood.; ; {.mrleft. 'we pus the s ? -
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t .. i Fine Silver Table-Ware, Watches, Birthday his own icemaka": b ImCOI'&LC1IV&CII"YoJ. '
rit prettyvhonie"of"Capt. T.; 'M. Rickards f and Wedding Gif'tI. Watches which Mr Williams Wilson who has his ,lena"", L..Frnojul'K15*4ayaor ifisai a"IkcW.U .'cart.

ensconced. among tropical fruit and and Clocks.' ; office: ia the new, C. Journal bonding 8
7 oroaoenul trees icd:shrubs too nnmeroos Ilai1 ;, claims'to have attained., He has tee.amsrf ltd OP'eart ST. AIt.IW.-IIt WtdM6ltu .$. ..s.. -
note here, though we" must .R. J. RILES gar I, r.JlI.1I&W.DtM\et. #
'to 16VEt3A11uES'WA been, dealisg in ice machines! for many mu.W.r. &aa.n....Ja..lecr afJ. ,

-' 'not neglect to record, our admiration ciC THE JBWKLTB: years,' and;, bas given. them a 'close .
U1j4 1B for those \hree-1ear- td date palms, a ., study' He has now applied for a patent 1ialr 'l'ftD1tt'.....a
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score 'of which"'grace' th$* cinal bankPassing ; c weto,. .y '.--: -0" JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA., 'off a machine which be jays will revolutionize I West Psla Smd.

Lake Boca'. ,Raton; which!was ..
ebmeiper.or
its innumerable at I Jo pjsuhi t IICW e t-
unusually, pretty with machine indeed .. Hts*
b
simple being,
CANDIDATE. MALARIA very BtadryWW1fivIItkargeoftke.etanviaa..
TO TPE MOSQUITOES AND Jaam
v under a Ii breeze. l less complicated than the, electric daisy U lye
scenecbages'e UDIES'CCILDmeets erery
rj the : percept:bly,. VhetntennLlabk --.e.--- _.use motors thai operate the fans so numerous p.m. Mesa GVT L X tc4LI' tral'a. tMaes.

aY s1rtches of reeds and saw Ex-Gov. flab Taylor' Writes Bin a Syu.Sae The First Introduce the Latter*Isis'Ute distributed about,' the business eeeret.ry.

TME grass Covering the"rich muck lands on ....." .,...1'.r....t.-y...." ...... .. "",,..1.r, t.\l i. .. Bows :Ayekra: houses cf, tie city. The machine will H. .. Chamb Stcth.Saaday .

either side of the canal foray roilf, Brest There Himielt be' manufactured si less, than half the School. a.p.,aced tpvwik I.aIW

"rfve w4y to tbe'oe'rugged and pic; The prevalence of malaria 'the cost of those in i p.u.. every "ada,. C Mtu psayet* eta* .
<.J\ IJRGPIJt.BOYNT01BRyZ( great now operation.The me Ttanday ertmisj* at 7:11. Lwbc* fatjrtr
; \ tBrcsque banes of the 'lIiltshcj oj h EN ROUTE, August 9,1899.;' insidiousness of its attacks and the multiform machine can be made for family wee UnpFridayahenseuat I rreae&sfMf_
srt seoaad sad thud Sna&jr fiI set
} alas
iverf'arid while we are forming mental To the Candidate: I manifestations of i-s development use or for great manufactories of ice.The 'HKM>th"Tii .. _.aad rij p. *>T I> W mt..
. '_ comparisons with'scenes on the Ifudiorf have been matters of deep of the machine bow tins a song sarriwt will ic held half as tree.... .
-' I. Dear Chi'.d: of Hope : Yon have my concern prime object More for rcswar divine emite. W.w>iUt<_ .
the exclamation of delight, "Oh;look at from the time the first (b accommodate saloons restaurants to have yaa preeesti. '
sincere ccciiaistrifi a'knd{tea'der sym man %was ever, to ,' ltl foItrtla ...., .; 5SSWiiKl&2,1LaaUna ;1e
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)fJi the pcftql shed <.dale; juveniles of our path,. seized with a chill up to the present, confectioneries, etc.. It can be' at II .. .. At BnoioA, at I FAtBovalM.Ip.cft. > ..

1- ". ", turns all eyes to the bow, and Thorni are hid among the flowers when every vague pain or fever, is used for the manufacture of ice or j simplyto 'B.'.J, K.WAUO, uto6Ceof t

i, n. era "Gran .f'e:!lred\: :t. !a k nr'destisatiombaa! beei' Along the path you tread; charged to the existence of the/o"mai-! refigeratc articles.. For instance, if a .
N bet el&kM'n eMe ere at HilUborougtf Ielet. Thor a*ere to the pming boaR '"'
,. hgewey tft present curse. The fenr..as always pitcher of Water'is to be cooled it will ..fationai Cb rib. "
f South of IIa.r. After a*xomptnous ,picnic dinner provided Aced thaay b JOUr bed. ... an a. ft PAIM Paster. *
; considered to be due to some poison, be 'place in a refigerator, a switch on ; ;
taj **, :b>)he;,ladies in plenteous proportions Yon are "in the hands of,vour: but bow the Utter entered the body was the machine turned and in a few minutes BcbeolBd?Serrke.st PMtcrtBibkClM 11 a. ..and 7:air p.at.10 Sashay ft- at.CbrUUa .

t Editor, .Tanncit-_._'Bra. ; r _ft_ and several a la family style friends," and they are quietly wetkiW long a matter of doubt.. the water is cooled. If the musical Endeavor at 6:30 p. a. Prayer,
T. with' iced minks and hot 'coffee,'several your boom. Like Caesar yoatird Misting W Jn 4y at I p .. .
np
"' Miss Alice Palmer'b visiting-friends Of the many theories which were promulgated tinkle of ice against the glass b desira .

1ii: .at,Delray J t 1'\ f"Jlrf bpurs wales nt'vr gathering: shells* ?and* swearing you don't want the crown, but ao satisfactorily direct' relation blc"- a cake cJ.ice can be frozen and a St. Kon's Cathatls Ctewh. .

.... s' (' It\'td, Rowley& f"'a 1 JA a ;} men s from( the ocean. you -smile graciously on your Antonieswho of cause and effect was admitted to small, portion dropped into the glass.The $.IB'BIH. with Seiulav.Jaaury "'-.tie5 .
:J, beach. The return trip was begun at are offering it. The more you re wade Holy UaM aid Sermon every Sn4 f t .
with C. W;Pierce and family. exist until it was demonstrated that in cost of operating the machine; is

: j it ?iafl''" :drank 4"'i Chase has &jit.: painting? *daPoincbna '- into I and ; ( week clap Maw wail M at T..al.Ivsoin9 .
twilight and twilightterminated save your cocatrj frout"rpand
i ;at- : merged .found a peculiar the ; that
parasite Inhabiting simple too any person can operateit. .
? Palmjeach. 1reiiienf 7ouf .
ruin. You fear the
J. beautiful moonlight I ; ,
: iata
.. ". Manager Murray is preparing: seed daggers of Brutal and Casains. While interior of the corpuscles, which, in its .: .; Star Ica o, $s. ii.
\ 1. beds night; the pleasant chatter grew more I bra was identical with that found in Mr.Wilson will leave for the East to K&tght cf Pylfaiaa,

oil (be Boynton plantation.' animated, the songs an4 music louder .your friends are tossing their bats in the swampy districts from which the fever ariange to have the machine manufac- Iaeeta?C9flIo1aI.Nl tuatSma'ttoct IU-s.. .

Oliver Warringer hRS JuSt planted showing that all had thoroughly en.loyedtheuday's air and shouting "Vive la Candidate !I" &lIS tlltl.. VWttaK ,, school J a a.cL ,
t spreads. Then followed the destruction! tined{ and will probably plan to start a CaAl tUll ever 1 ,. .
racial thousand more .pineapple slipst outing. ,We reached the low and vulgar are tellin a pack. oftalVo of marshes by proper drainage, wish the factory, Louisville... He has been in L 8. H. HamuBTT,C C.c .

!Major N.;S Boynton is esPecte4'so D home at about 8 o' lock' without acci you* They whisper around.that result that the malarial influences existing business: ben for sixteen yean a .the WK.. BvJD, J." L"at a a. s57. .

to give instructions for- l1arK tfl1ent3 to dent,and all
,; bar hotel and possibly build a number of HUlsborough Inlet.BIGINDUSURY. yon are not altogether "the clean thing concern and b well known. Sacrtflc Cull. Sato. .

I cottage e r --- .-- sweetened ;" that yon are deceitful and But how,:the parasite gained an entrance .. ;
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1 \ unreliable call, "iog'J ;'
totally they ,
; you
: Through the courtesy of V. D. Hen* into the human body was still'a '
k IN CATFISH. and "bU+lard" and t1ma 1J cur;"_the The Four K'*. In order to make room for our large .
drickson, Esq.; owner of the steamnLake mystery. By some scientists it was believed ,I stock of Fall Goods, which our bayer ,
.
skin from head to foot ,
Worth, which bas been lying at .t.----- j newspaper you that the micro-organisms mentioned I. will purchase next month ia Mew York, '" .
Bl Uket la South riondato betUe FujiUK i and the little 1 little story that comes from abroad
whippersnapper polity
( we will sell everything on band At First
our dock for several week., Capt. C. W. were either introduced into the .
GreDadM.-The FUb will make carrion about two women who bearded the Emperor Cost. -
clans of good.pamYou !
jour .
Pierce was enabled to treat our people to I human system by the drinking of contaminated -
be Caun.d.. dare not defend yoursslf.lest, yii Will &rn in bb yacht den and com- A chance that happens once ytar.REMEMBERClothing .
'a tncst enjoyable excnrsioo to Hills water or by Inhaling the dust _..bed him tit Bate.l/v.. loos..J iv v* -MO0 i *
'. oo is p
borough Inlet last Sunday. Saturday knows hat be braaea a bUll) All yon can .to of dried, .roots. Neither of these notions; women's and b worth and Furnishings at First lost.
aat6sbh smile and not with but with upon rights wrongs
afternoon 'willing: hands assisted in Everybody fight guns however, could be substantiated by'any :8-34-tf SIRKIN'3 8AZAAIL
again its
telling and again not only for
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that therewas sweet
but few people ever suspect wind. : sweetprosMcts,
., ,'wooding, up," laying in a supply of any commercial value attached toibis birds and Tberejare'sweet floWl '* before you facts which could prove the existence of own humor,. but. .because' ttere is.a. le&I.'. .DIn'lt. "Yea that's hilfad. He b a good
j fresh water and getting everything associated conditions It was not until
most disagreeable and persistent dear candidate Millions of churches surgeon, bat for the last tea years U
readiness for u early start. Sunrise the recently that an entirely new uplatioa &. .
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After the women address
... and'be had brought the baa studied "
nobbier\ at the bait of the ardent disciple just completed need new bells, nothing bat wart.
found Funk
Bros. offered
following'morning was. .which ,gave a reasonably
Burton of Wplton.pne committee win soon wait on you for a solution of to an end the'Emperor said : "I "Well, that's the sort of dying that
H, B. Murray;E. L. 'and'others.bttdrr plausible the problem.At with thatt%
.," direction of of the greatest industries of canned donation, and you most "ante up" the"doUlbn agree my !wife who says grows on one, you' bo.Detroi'J \
,;( the our gattaDt.tH Captain i.r + first the idea that the ordinary mosquito en should not meddle with anything be-
In the United States bow thero also millions of '
goods today are
oornaLF -
staring the of
supplies in way pro. could in any way be a factor in kirche
: yond the four K' kidder, ,kuche
ha* for its.ba+is the limy scavealUWJJtf churl unpaid for, aatfpt cotrse
organs
*W.
,visions, soft drinks. icc-etci pad yAnld! .the solution of this vexed question was
ad1ctder' (children, church cooking: Salt At Rut @irsleta I ,
: '
uffideiiH HTp4 oaJFknds fresh t Biter laic/, ponds and Jhe candidate must bear his share of the ;
think > too absurd, apparently for serious ,
'; Florida I. any, .and clotbing't >. $s.-
year
creeks of burden ; book agents will .darken \
with
: return, but Charley, has been out consideration ; yet itrup'as it may I Stock .of
Ther b a probability that the Emperor Merchandise Dry. Goods ;
business, is the State has never .1. borbon and it is duty to carry a
u. some of the boys .belprlgs :hp1 ,.Tit. ') your seem, this is the view BOW taken by the I...shielding himself be"I,.the skirts! Notions,8hoej, Ladies' and Geft Fur '
aomethng of the capacity oLLtba e JMfr! R.an'ued, however, and very few fountain pen to facilitate subscription leading! medical minds of the present nishiags. Jewelry, Store FUtartKele. J'
Wife and that she the
the of borrowers will of bin never thongt Reason for other
fishermen have made capture cat- work ; campaign haunt selling, budnes'di. I
: whe
-achs of our brawn r bachelors day I embraced i
whole date Of'WOIDft'war in mand
{ time. THOUASOX
1 r 4iib ii frieClf! g yon, softly whispering in your; ear; a'bo'n.;
fi.IJ
uus45 .eellTtr. To Laveran a French servant is due I little K'a ;Sffll.'the1Katseric
the loot German ; 8-17 WCI\ Fa!* leech.YI2 t
wlt & 'caegM 1 1l00\ 'a Writ ,Yon
inullce several Chlca ; 8 e [\ beer lA' prayer/;, attention "
ticular c the credit of first calling the of
1 b
U devoted to her home and
lev could find a purchaser., masbelrt8dr>ta secariry'sed sign ,Teacher (to new ICho1&r$
go
y Jn .! -Wba'>
were to be recorded among ,un9m the profession to the subject It was he said after household duties with t10ar
f 'iJ'business is now about to be or. rind atf bond for friends .toropk ,
"your ? f'
riot t 1 every ; name
quantity, and he did care ng7 who first demonstrated that this pestiterour tHriftiness the wife
1 gantzed.and, J. W. Brown of ,Atlantic, must not wince when some enthusiastic U mocb, cueand as' New = (fa '
yon
f insect by its sting was directly responsible < Bpj Mj name Jote, sir.
; i4jfd ;frlll i But
.. of a humble man with boe: tpe13atperosmight
reported t'1e.1 awL jt 0 0 t e pal Cttf, id J., arrived in town yesterday! fool grasps you by the band and for introducing the malaria Teacher-.Yoa should hare said
,Kissimmee, where the fiab- twists it end it until have been brave enough k
earontft-to can
:
yon,
squeezes
sengersHejrajrto irrive'and observation intO'the blood of its victim.His Julius, air And kd (tarnW '
J lakes germs ,, toss* "E believe It" n<1 noto IIY ilnpoa now rut -
catching will be done in the and hear ,thebones, pop; you mast KO IntQ ,' n. -- -I -
... seats on ,the upper deck. views were accepted and elaborated by another Ii'
to lad) thai
the shoulders his wife.-Cincinnati log ,
.
the Kj aimniee river as far south as Oktechgfeee. -I I'ecstacie*. Ofl, ugbter. whenyour into juar .
of ,
J'o the
g tlitfe wbo.took advantage Doctors Manson and Ross and a host of Commercial. name? .. _
(from this .Ip.fr"| |Brown: did not state wherehe fcated 'fellow-ciUzea stops you on the '
Wfn weft others
day's outprfe | Tdrt ; and are now very generallylCcepted -| i '
wan goingV ship the fish Fait stated street and puts "his arm around your t. ** "Billions. sir.-TU Bits.
and Ih. C. B. Chase, H. BMurray as correct by a majority of'work* f ,* ? "

Sad family i R II. :Rossean, ,wife:,and that he- had engaged a hundred good neck and blows your ear full of corn crt in that line. Not' only has'been To, Keep. Motqtritoe Away Just received a foil line of new tires at \
fiJh'erwen. who will shortly be brought and; tobacco juice, while he the .
Children the Mi tsea Bartram and Selma whisky shown that the mosquito is the common Bicycle HospitaL- ?
Freedlund the Funk and Forrey brothers down on the Clyde Line and carried as whispers to yon a silly yarn which he carrier} of the germ, but the particular ,Piazza comfort b that make It b

whom we reckon up by dozens, far as Sanford: where they will disembark bas told yon af down times before ; yon species of -this,insect have been designated these days of outdoor conveniences: and Mrs. Gay-Do you think this bathing

their sister and their,cousins and ,their and be carried by rail over the must provUe'iyoorseliAwith Sunday so that the possibility of exterminating luxuries,and if only mosquitoes wouldn't I suit will attract too muck attea. ,

aunts, F. W Palmer, wife and children Plant System to their destination.The school speeches, picnic addresses commencement them and thus stamping out avery nab in I. veranda existence would be tioo'l'
Kissimmee River is well stocked orations Fourth of July ideal on these', moonlight'nights.; But noit
'Pose," Bartram 'E- L Burton Will prolific cause of spreading this disease Hnsband-Oh, wiH hard/! t.Her t.
not only with catfish, but also with the Thom there is certain mixture
andEugrce Chase.,Postmaster Butler pyrotechnics, flaming eulogies on can be reasonably entertained. Ac. a preparation-a be noticed-Ex. :

Gus FrecfHmd, the Larson boss and big-mouthed. or Oswego bass speckled as Jefferson, after-dinner talks- at dollar Wording to Grassi who has given much which any one can have-that' these disturbers t ;,

jour serbe! "ho pas to accompany thetxcarsi.m perch and goggle eyed bream. *The banquets, apostrophes to "The Press;" attention to this part of the subject there of the peace hate ;:and it, can be All Wool Blue Serge Suits at$7.$0, at I

an Record Keeper-that is, to sportsman who Asher fur pleasure willb extemporaneous\ s] eCbes; for .conventions are three species, all belonging to the used without detriment to gowns, morals i SIRKIN'S BAZAAR .:. 1

,I 4; "lictp: atrt t&r4 to place on file for futureteferen glad ,to hear that the river is to be trftnAei. to'mnwc, flights of elqquence genus Anopheles,which make their home or good manners and it reads like this : Tom-After. all what arts theca '
: depopulated of the nasty' catfish pro on the influence of woman, Of hemlock camphor-oil one ounce -
of times
<'e; the number our ship in and around isolated natural puddles, good fort >
the ocean vided the fishermen do not ruin the bass bouquet acceptances, side-splitting each of olive oil"thre-gaarten of an j
short cut to or
tried to rn..kta which are used by them as breeding Kittjdemnrrfj)-Their f ace ralaa.
( to the'canal banks as to fishing. anecdotes for men only ; you must have' ounce, of turpentine and kerosene one
closely
glide so Ross advises' that the larvae be Brooklyn Life. ,
places.
perm t the young ladies to pick,'wild "What is to be done with the catfish?" all these on your tongue-yea, verily, at destroyed before they reach the winged eighth ofon" ounce each ; mix and shake i I

from (lie ;"Did you ever eat canned salmon ..at its very end ; must carry an affidavit t well If the mosquitoes are thicker than
and / you
.i Jemdnr, figs oranges : stage draining the pools. This is cer Boat building done right at borne, ia
:' branches cf overhanging trees ;wthe five cents a canJ.If you have, you areperfectly face, and vibw yon telf political lies, do and yon ever saw them, wet cloth with this the most approved' manner, good work. 1
: tainly a simple procedure commends
number of hilts lost, involuntary baths, familiar with the taste of pussy it with a clear conscience, else the, very preparation and wave it about oe; manship and at living prices. Call oaCapt J

L ,. $... r ate '*if. .At Sin o'doek., : ,.with. ..Fredrrr with. an artificial color and flavor added-n mold*" kink -in- wyou. ,,our e-1-VM mil coict [ itself to widespread experimentations. ._....(.._._. f If the Y -u..tn1..M"-. '_M". _.n..n".1__MI" A. T. Rose. j
-p- '- -
.
.n.r :
Vi
: ; \' ,Voss engineer J. M., Rowley- at the to make it taste like the ;;althi -g." Test: blessing in politics Ins wet cloths with it and put them on "Some
; The Medical Record of August 19, in a I men hate the best luck.
wheel and Capt.,Fierce in, tottimapli,'t, : "Why do you' not use the 'Salt watercatfish to possesV the hide of a rhinoceros, thorn elaborate article on the possibility the piazza railing at intervals-experience "How ?" v 1

1 '1; .left the wharf apparently: without! Ajjot|' ?" was asked Mr. Brown byes reporter proof, %&d ,dagger-defying ;,and if yon of very extirpating malaria by the wholesale will ieach you the proper lenght of "There's Mclotoab for Instance

f swifjly awl griceuHJu2owniltreain yesterday., KaVe a kled. bearfj encase U with steel these intervals. And you needn't be ;
; ,_ ,", and glided of ,gives the follow
slaughter mosquitoes ice hla
i x' 'to. the, mellifluous:; ttninf;ptinnsic.wafted I 'They cannot be skinned, otherwisetbeeiwould sod] hedge it round] about with frowns of the larvae afraid to put some of the stuff on your cream given girl neuralgia. ,
descripton
II- ,,, : on the.'morning;' %3Grom do just as well for the pnruses and dignity. There !nothing*like dignity ing of the interesting insect : "They float fiat hands and face. It is perfectly harm. Cbicago Record. ,
f for which 1 need them." : dangerous and the odor of it is rather _
the instrument of the teoyn'ton orates; as a protection to the candidatewho less pleasant ,
the surface of the water and the I
: B1Mnrrjr to catch them with on u it b Yon puncture 'em we repair 'em; JOB
Onarrly iTOri k' Apjjpyon expect has no brains. Throw sympathy to than otherwise distinctly
< : tra break 'em fix I
adults themselves are remarkable in that down we 'em -at the !
tp '
r' :#}/: took nnbiiUttle'sjai&njnlbios* i Ijook:, and line o: will' yon nse nets and the dogs if yon would be "great it is unlike the member of the commoner "woodsy." It carries well too, but for Bicycle Hospital. !

proximity to the': ice-water barrel 4s'dis jseifae, ?" inquired the reporter. looked upon by politicians as a sign of some reason the "skeets" fight shy of it. 'I

.'a" r' peoser of three kinds of cooldrmks-t [r '+,U the law does not prohibit the catching weakness; and if yon have gratitude in !species, their in wings the detection are spotted.of their An Farm and Fireside. The Parson-Satan always finds ;

o : ; '? jM/ra, lemoijadi.end, 'JPetcream'' of catfish with a fike or seine, I shall your heart,stt angle' it, for the word breeding Infallible sign'places is, says Ross,, their invariable ---'a. some work for idle hands to do.

tonic to keep aVsin jood"picts. At probably use both, but a great many will "gratitude" not w the "bright ie;- habit of congregating it large Epworth Program. Thlf Idler-I know be does, bat I

Delray our party was considerably. angmented. be caught wit1l1io and line." icon" of politics. Stern old Andrew: numbers in its near locality.". The Record Leara never,yield to the tetnpAtatlon.:

Among those who joined us "When do you expect to have, your' Johnson dfo\'c' center when' he said : further that the "iIeees 'of SDKD.Y4 sm. 17. IB99. .

at this point were the Misses Lyman, fisheries, in operation ?" "Gratitude is a lively sense of favors tocome. water selected says by the dangerous mosquito Subject, "Confidence" 10'Crlst.n.n SfiCA8 PIAKO for sale at a bargaia.. j

,Palmer and Thornton also Mrs "Marshall : "I will leave here tomorrow and get ." When james C. Blaine was told i Instrument condition. !Inquire
i-u.
are always Timothy ,
places
breeding
J. G. Thornton .and wife M. K. everything ready, the ice house preparedand that a certain prominent gentleman was circumscribed: in urea that they can be Leader-F. Turner. Son Omcs. 5-iJ-tf

Lyiuan and others. The inn' dewn the the fish cages built, as I intend to opposing him'I in ibis canvass, he said, "
emptied or drained easily With such Opening Song, No. 7. The Captain-Can jda tie a sailor
dark waters of the canal was resumed keep them alive until.the same day they, with a twinkle in his eye : "I am surprised '
facts before us, why should we suffer Prayer. knot
"
with everybody on the'lo k ut for alligators are packed and shipped. to hear that for I cannot remem:
white heron and plumage birds; "Do yon think you will be started in ber that I ever did him a favor But I either from malarial poison or mosquito Reading of LessonLeader.Song The Parson-Ob, Tn; I hart mar.

southward thirty days?" think Mr. Blaine went a little too far bites? Certainly to be thus sO easily rid No. 38. ried a great many seafaring men.- _
of the
: also some scenes: on our '
because when I was in politics I ,found of a doable trouble.is wonb, any reasonable Prayer. '#'"
"Yea. I *
am making Exchange.
'arrangements
,
often called forth words of
cruise '
in humble career who
ray; many-men effort to such an end. A dry Reference Readings-Congregation.
_admiration_ and "Poaev.!' with his cam- now with the transportation companiesto appreciated honors conferred noon them. -_ __ a. _
n. marsh ana a aeaa mosquito appear nowto Talk on Subject-Leader.: no need aeuaing tram home for
and faithfuland wy
send men through, and will have who have been u true and
take shot at' some of the my
to a snap boat .
era when
T.
: nay Cap'A. Rose
conditions of Song. No. can
154.
kind to me in the evening be two very important
t pretty hummocks with their?stately everything arrive ready" to go to work the day were in the morning; and yet as ia they my our present advancing civilization.New .- Meeting open to members_ and visitors.Pra'er. build you one u fine or as cheap u TOO

palmettoes, standing like sentinels they little sphere I have had my little Bra York Herald. want See hum and place your order. .
_
.;: against the darker background: of spread "Have'yon decided to can your salmon tnses.. .
b lag live oaks studded with scores of air at Kiwimmee?" Mr. ,Brown smiled at Of course somebody has to save the -- .:rThe Song, No. 83. Cboll j-What would you say if I
t while pendant and festooned this remark but vouchsafed no answer. country and it might as well be yon as Announcements. raised a mustache
plants ; other patriot I saved it for No.
100.
any twenty Closing Song,. .
.from grotesque branches ,might be seen ----r -4..-..-.- years, but I now respectfully decline to Literary and Social Club. League Se>l dictiOD. Dollj-I .sboold be rery likely to

f the always pretty Spanish moss; its For" Sale. save it any longer-mind von, I am not -- .,:- All invited to call it down.-Ex.-
are cordially come out
silvery gray intermingled with the dark ,- playing Caesar; I am only an humble IROCXAM FOR SEPT. ear.
citizen. In my state we have both and help us. We aim to do yon good.
For
green foliage, of wild morning glodes '\have for sale (oralm06ttogi9uwaf) Caesar and Pompey but I cannot Quotations from Tennyson. Sail at Rare BafttJa I

often forming Uaut'ifufcaSyjtX ll3> i i&f. .a soI land OD'u the LoxabatchleI i prophesv whether it will be the red or Dora-Miw Moffatt, I ---..a -- Stock of Merchandise, Dry Goods,

exclusion l of the sun and the. protectionI I "i\1 River Dade Co. Fla. 1300 i the bald which will roll from the block. Mort Arthar-1Jiss Thomason, A splendid' violin fifteen years in use |..Notions, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Far

r = ef bt cad. .Ctft dot:4Wei |'1Ie&rf.pitt'r.!' .-dudn the next It likely they will profit by the history! in first laaa condition be nishings, Jewelry, Store etc.
jo d& )IrJ Box ?:$,West ,of Rome and divide the empire and iu Bleak House-Miss Potter. can boughtfor Reason for selling;other beaiaa de

fse ma Pal & 'fQa..G I : 'glory.Ex-Gov. Hob Taylor iff NasKrilie -I Current Events-Mrs. Sarkett : jls.oa. Instrument guaranteed. minds time. TBOUASON & Baoorx;

'I at' i n Youth sod Aje. ., ? > J Ji History of England-Mrs. Gruber. I Address "Violin," em honsA Sox 8.J, West Film > scbFaZ ,

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