The Tropical sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00583
 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 28, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00075915:00583
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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"-..' .. .ss On Friday last Marshal Jones, armed -.e.-- l-f .5' We yet have plenty of rain but fewer -..._-

r. People as They Come and do-People Kith' a warrant for a gay and festive What the Sun's Men Heard in The ''A Budget of Interesting* Items From mosquitoes. Scraps of News About This and That
young man of this place, E.R Hancock, ** *
i K-' You May or,May Not Know. on searching for his game found that Lively'Local Whlrllglg.tee' *%. *; Regular, Correspondents. Mr. Carroll preparing: land to plant and Different Things. '

tr;' >- ... I the bird had flown that morning, taking _e_ I f -- .aVery tomatoes.J. .. S_..- 1 -

1r ,:.' A Kslant of P.non&1vilfg,.In' with him a girl whose name lot her own A Mirror of Minor Happenings Accidents !- ,CatgiuIIy Compiled and Confined to that W. Porter was in West Palm Beachon News Notes and Items of Intarett,U

the City, and ciiu *,VI'ttlnr; and parents' sake we refrain from mentioning Coming Events, and a Which U of Mot Interest to the business lait Friday Everybody in General and Kobe y ,;

';: Out of the City. But the electric current of the Galaxy of Currant Gossip.. Citizens of Dade CountyMASCOXIA In Partieulr. '

.v.* .AI :,--... : telegraph wire travels faster than rail. _e_ l:, W A. Smith and family spent Sundayat ... '
the home of Mrs CarrolL
', r .... Frank Funk, of Boynton, was in,town toad trains, and when the young man Geo. Branning is giving his cottage a MtJnEIU GS. Geo. Hoffman of Delray, is spending :

Ig k Wednesday *. reached Titusville he found Sheriff coat of paint came J. Brown is plowing land to plant out the day in town. J% !
:y.: Brown in waiting and was escorted to I F. A< up with his launch an early fall crop of tomatoes.
: 1. s Rev. J. N. Mnlford. is, expected backs Brevard's county hotel to await further Andrew Freedlund, of Boynton is None Such from Boynton last Thursdayand I The "Social Club" gave another pleasant i >
W. A. Smith has lost his
f is charge of Seminole barber shop. dog. It's **
s, H. the Lake this week. orders, while the girl was sent back to. is rtill here. party Wednesday nighf
bad Will
pretty but you know what
(. R. R. Taylor Miami, spent couple her home. Six of the plubers' force from the The mail boat was on Gale & Co'sways everyone has to do who loses his dog, Water pipes betngilald on Olive

:. .of days in town'thus week. : On Sunday Marshal Jones went to 'oinciana have been ordered to St. Monday to have a new shaft put so grin and endure. I street from Evernia to Fern street

-':. W. R. Moses returned Saturday night Titujville and brought back the culprit. Anyustine. in but was back on its run Tuesday. Geo. S. Adams is in the field as a can
An ? crowd in Tobe Harper is making the weeds,
was waiting at the ;
after an extended trip North. Frank Cortright has moved into the Several ofP our young people went didate for re-efection to the office of.
vines and snakes fly down on his farm
station, but the Marshal eluded them by City Clerk. \
'.:. Harris Burton has left for St. Augustine getting off at the water tank and escort. cottage:__. _._just__A. east of, Will Whidden's, ont down to the Epworth League social setting: his land ready for an early crop V. F
cm IIU"", Tuesday .night and reported having a
h to be gone mouth or more. ing Hancock to city quarters.On pleasant time. of onions, tomatoes and beans. Admiral George Dewey arrived in

Elgin G. Curty of Key West,'was a Monday last the young man was G. W. Idner & Son are moving their A. E. Knowle's Messrs. Harper and Evans went fishing New York yesterdayABunting: ., and flags
Opt. sloop "Sunny are in order.
I passenger northbound on Monday'strain. arraigned before Judge Glenn on a charge stock this week into their new quartets South", was on and oft Capt. Hendrick- last Friday but poor luck prevailed v
preferred by Otho Thomas of embt riling in Stowers block. and nothing was caught. We well
___,__. son's ways last week and now a houseboat The mandamus liquor of Miami
a watch of the value of f He know didn't lack
14. plead they for bites-mos
The City Election comes on apace is 00 for repairs. i are to be heard this week before Judge
Miss Sari Moses left this ning'strain waived and triedat I
.; on moi not guilty a jury was quito bites. i
for acbool at Rollins College, once. H B. Saunders representedthe and candidates are looming np for the I Tne Mafy B took a trial trip Tuesday Jones at Titnsville. \"

i Winter Park. -"_._,- State, while the defendant plead his various offices. night under power only to see. how the Neighbors' horses running at large Th: last of the Stites cottages ha

'. own case, but could not satisfy the courtof Milton Dick. a Lake Worth boy well machinery worked. As soon as everything and chasing after ladies while out for a been placed on Datura street just vest
Charley Earnest of the S. S. Miami, horseback ride is
smooth it will forJacksonville. not very pleasant.
his good intention in the matter. In known her, has been ordered to Manila ig'wniring, start of the Saunders property.. .
patted through were on yesterday's train will do ;
Hope they as they would have
fact, the court found that the "intentwas
with his
regimentCounty W. W. Blackmer of Delray. has received -
bound for Jacksonville. others do and keep their horses at home
bad and therefore found him Court meets at Miami next Acts of necessity are allowable on the b....eafte word that___ his n__ daD___..hter____ Florence..
Judge A. E. Ileser. H Milton and guilty of a breach of the, law and fined Sabbath So one of our citizens did not r. ;
Monday. There promise!! to be considerable who is visiting in Toredo, ,Ohio, has
.: Will DeBerry were among the passen- him $15 and costs, which amountedto break the day pushing hisJannch Mr. Wilkinson will. soon have the typhoid fever.
business for the I _
gen from Miami yesterday $50. with his family oa board home from the most attractive place in Hypolnxo. He

t. Mrs C. II. Bradley, Mrs. Budge and And 'thus the gay young Lothario Quite a number of Palm Beach young i I Inlet Sunday as he found it necessary to is filling in the front and planting St. The cost of the Mossier flooring of the

Mrs Cnthbert were passengers on the! came to grief. The girl is to be pitied men will'engage in trucking this winter do.. -; -+e..- --- Lucie grass, flowers, bushes fruit trees new Presbyterian Church at Miami is

C t north bound train yesterday j for the false....step. be -was duped, uatotekingHer on, lands between..here .and New River. etc., which are. growing nicely and will estimated at fuuro. while the total cost
f '_ and inexperience jt. .S.-4RAT DOiSGS. his attractive'FertileDade. of the edifice will be from
7T 'youth soon $65,000
a .. make place the most ,
Capttt l:.( tr has-rented his cottsgon i* ._...,. _, .
Mis* Leila Anthony is expected home goes much in her favor 'for being thus J tt* tt6 s* -I** '; J., J7S.- +k' ,., .-, .
Evernia street for the winter and is "'" : K .
t this week from Georgia where she has misled. Robert Taylor, Miami: spent Sunday -

j been visiting for several weeks past .. -. now erecting one on Olive street for his' evening: with H. S. Sterling. .. .. How few of our citizens appreciate
own use.
-- I. B. Taylor's daughter and family, the advantage we possess for surf
MUs Lulu returned Thurs- *
B Angvvine Stuart Correspondence. of Pennsylvania arrived in town last f -' bathing all the year round, a pastime
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Reese, who have I an
day fu-m her summer outing. Her -
The following
excerpt from
Wednesday.Mrs. .. a that many localities would give untold
friend arc glad to welcome her A HOG THAT, TURNED OUT TO BE A BEAR. returned from their summer outing, are
many letter written by Frank Sanljorn, of sums to have.
x back _____ As George; Mcl'lrersou, of Stunt, was, again at home with Mrs. Reese's father, S. S. Linton arrived home from Miami, t\tbe New York Fraitmau's _

coming from his pine fields Monday Capt. E. N. Dimick. Saginaw, Mich. last Thursday night, Guide, which appeared iu its issue of Chas. Miller, of Delray, met with a

Jame E. Chambers returned from afternoon he saw a monstrous ling, abe s The F. E. C. Ry.' depot is a lively accompanied by :Mr. and Mr. E. A. Mc- September 23 1"_. serious loss a few days ago in the burn.

\\1 Delray Tuesday morning nicely and Therella reports supposed, stretched cu a pile of lum place nowadays when the train comes in. Loud and family. "I want to say thar. -_ perfectly satbfied ing of his residence and contents. The
I everything on her the river. He down The residence of Chas. Miller of the fire is unknown.
,_ Plantation near went__ to I The people ore there to "shee the wheelsgo -- .wasdestroyed with my first experience-.in, fanning cause There 1
see it, nut before reaching the place round," you know. by fire early Monday morning, and I am confident that I cangrow was no insurance.

Idea Robert McCriff, of Miami, came found it was Mrs Bruin, who sat up at I The Ontario Acetylene Gas Co. have consuming all the personal effects with 1,000 crates of tomatoes to the rcre with The Dawson-Daily'''-News is the first

tip Saturday morning and Hill remain his approach, and calling her three cubs furnished the office several dollars in money and a check more ease than the crop I grew this daily to be printed in the Klondike. It yP
together made ready for battle. Mr. just lighting post from Lane & Son. The origin of the fire .
several days, the guest of her sister, and Ben Potter's new bicycle shop. The year. Dade County is certainly the is a, neat four-page sheet, filled with
>> Leon. McPherson ran with the of is unknown.At .
n. speed a race- most wonderful 1 have
effect Li decidedly fine. country ever views of interest in that locality. The
G. H. Griffin and was of Windemere horse and aroused his neighbors follow high noon Sept. 21st at Jacksonville seen. The climate is most remarkable. subscription price is Iso a year. "How
the bear. In a short time seven stalwartswere Judge Heyser says that County Court Rev. Mr. Miller, of the M. E. Although s.tualed.in the very tropics high von dot t"
\Fla the of his daughter, __
are guests ready, well armed with guns, and will be held at Miami next week, unless Church, spoke the words that united the the weather is simply perfection. No
'Airs. Lere
Franklin arrUioR
Saturday night followed Mrs. Bruin and her three cobs I some new case of infectious sickness !destinies of J. G. Fenno, of Delray, and I one could have convinced me that there A young man who aspired to be a

through beautiful pineapple fields, should develop to prevent it.lIt Miss Cleat Crego of Flint, Mich., in the was such a climate within the borders of newspaper reporter was given a trial on

\\A\ party from Boynton, consisting of thick brush and over ditches. After is rumored hat Geo. Zapf his presence of a few friends. The .happy- the United States. One must see for the Chicago,Daily News. Following is

the Misses Bartram, Messts. Bartram, crossing the railroad the hunters lost teased the Seminole Hotel to other young couple left on the morning train himsell to be convinced. The lands in the result of his first assignment: "\

Frank, Will and Budd Chase, spent sight of all four brutes, save the foot parties for the season. We have not for St. Augustine where they spent a I Ifew' this section are also wonderful, and air man killed a dog belonging to another .
in town. prints oC the bear sunk into the sand man. The son of the man whose dog
t adapted to almost
the Ancient
days sight-seeing in growing varietyof
Sunday i leArned. the name. of the lessee.. every
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Mrs. McGutk and three children were large as a man's hand, the young, ones .< City arriving.... here Sunday evening, fruit and vegetable known. There is' was killed proceeded to whip the man

;' pas-tiger hitberward from Miami by following alter. For a couple of miles The prospects ot having to pay a city where. the groom has' prepared cozy one peculiarity of the country : Tropical who killed the dog of the man he was
the pursuit was kept until finally tax of doner wheel is tare son of. The man who was the son .
yestet Iay'a train. Mrs. McGurk is a np one per year per home. ". : semitropical and hardy fruits grow
sUer of Mrs, Neat's disgusted with the chase, Geo McPherson exciting some of the boys. The fund, ifa .:.--- side by side, each reaching a perfection of the man whose dog was killed was .

Chas. McPherson, H. S. Whitman, tax: : is laid, will be used to repair the POMPANO POINTERS'" ,_ rarely ever reached in any other sectionof arrested on complaint nf n the.__ _man__ who

Missfcrna Willson will go down t.> Morris Johns. Prank Frazer, Mr. Schro streets. ... the country. From personal experience was assaulted by the son of the man

laataru tomorrow evening to get everj. der and Mr. Mitchel turned back, chagrined L. R. Smoke is spending a few days at I can conscientiously recommendthis whose dog the man who was assaultedhad
thing In .readiness for the opening of her 'at the disappointment, and maliciously H. N. Neal received the sad intelligence Deerfield. : section to anyone seeking a change killed."

school next Monday morning. fought their yesterday of tie death of his --.--
: way home killing father at Crescent Mr. Neal Yes, sir, the muck is high and dry ; of location, either tor health or profit."
{ Capt.J Charlie Pierce, of Boynton, thousands of mosquitoes for their paitiS. City. was Portable Natural History. '
the sand land higher. ... :
of His demise -
in Mrs. Pierce and I went out the other day and with the 75 years age. was quite ****"'""""- .

i<{ on peat releiuing Sunday with to"'D.him Sunday evening square measured Mr. McPherson'spinesthe sudden. ___ W. M. Smith our pioneer settler, is Council Proceedings.At An ingenious chart has been designed ,
looking for his brother every day. by a French publisher for simplifying
.5 after having spent several days herewith largest, probably, in Dade The Palm Beach Telephone Company Council
W. L. Grant arrived Friday from Cape the meeting the sal. the study of natural history. Few school:
County. root to tip the
M.$. Ceo. S, Adams.: plants have received a permit from the Secretary
measured 6 feet I inch, with scattering of War to erect poles and constructa Sable, where be has been farming: this aries of the city officials were changedas pupils have the opportunity visiting

i ThU morning's train bad as a passenger pnes reaching the covering, which is telephone across the Lake connectingPalm season. follows :. the great natural history museums, and .

I the$Jolly frame of T. J. Appleyard. 7 feet 6 inches high The variety is Beach with West Palm Beach. I William Waldon, of Lantana came in Clerk's salary to $480 per annum, even ,if they can do so they are over

who a short time ago was reported as a known as the Red Spanish. This will last week and has started to make his with fees of Soc. each on all cases where whelmed by the enormous bulk of the .

tktim of yellow fever at Key We>t T. le the fourth crop. All bore ,heavily l On Tuesday evening a characteristicnswinltnlt fortune. 'J conviction is made, and 15 per cent on collections. The new system of charts :

], W.M a pretty- ..... -lively-' 'looting corpse save last_ __ ,v, _ar.___ There are four n_. acres of_. .-.""' ....,...f. .ni/ininrit. ..."... p grad a .oralttmfrom ....-....e d 'I A. amp.t.! yard has been added .lu:. the all collections on scavenger account. 1'gives students exactly- what they want :
L Dr. and Mrs Paioe will arrive hereon I these beautiful pines, all under cover. all quarters of the town and numerous enterprises at Pompano The Marshal and Collector's salarywas to take away the dr)ness 01( \he.duUe"t ,

sick and services will bet Mr McPherson also has fixed at $480 per annum with fees of lessons.
Friday of this a splendid marched, to the del] of to give the Heights.A .
,.*nn>ed again'ou" next Sabbath at the variety of Cayenne pines, smooth as a I northbound freight a grand Dewey 'I crowd expected from of $i on each arrest where convictionis The charts have actual samples pf raw
large was Hy-
Congregational Church., Their many wheat kernel, which is a beauty and reception. Muskets with and without had. materiels fasteued to them, as well as _
and intermediate last
poluxo points
friends will be glad to welcome Dr. and promises to make our genial fruit grower lock stock or barrel and other danger. Scavenger's salary $480 per annum I specimens which shows the! various '

Mrs. Paine back gala from their outing, a snug income for his industrious labor ous weapons gleamed in the light of Friday but the ship never arrived. The Mayor's salary at fco per annum stages of rnanfactui-e, and finally the

received- Mr. McPhersou has a farm of 200 acres bicycle lamps. No passengers alighted The school committee has staked out with 500 on each conviction.The i finished product The various articles,
In a letter from Leon 11. the site for the school house which Fire Marshal's salary fixed wired to the charts
all under cultivation in Otol County, freighted with yellow fever germs, and was at are and explanatory
rCilky from Msplewood, N. II., we re to be the best location south of $120 annum. legends giving the
be Nebraska but he prefers living on the the shotgun quarantine dispersed.Last proves per necessary description.-
t gut to learn that will not have Si.:Lucie River among his nicely growIng Hypolnxo. The office ot Sanitary Inspector was In the manufactory of linen, for ex

charge of the hibiscus this inter. Mr. pines and the healing breezes of Thursday Charlie Davis narrowly B. A. Cromartie spent Saturday and created and becomes a part of the Clerk's ample, specimens of flax: are attached

Cillcy will be remembered as the genial Florida. 'j. B. escaped what might have been a serious Sunday at this place and Monday mcrn- duties. and the series is continued until the-

manager of the Hibbcus last position winter.indew I I ___. accident. While lying down resting I ing resumed his journey from Lemon --.-- bleached or finished linen is represented
he a
This winter accepts during the noon hour some one care City to Boynton. A Floating Church in England.Floating by a small square of cloth. .

York. In bit Utter he aaIS "I 1 As will be seen by our Delray corres'lessly, or as a joke, threw a broken .. .. I, The chats are portable, so that if

wait to keep up with Palm Beach and pondence, bachelor Grant Fenno has ;cocoanut from the third story of the churches are not so uncommon necessary the whole meuseum can Le

your place. I still think Palm Beach taken unto himself a wife ilt the person Poinctana, striking him near the temple It will be seen by'notice elsewhere in as they used to be. The most interesting transported from school to scbocl ia

the tnost desirable place In Florida and I|lof Miss Cleat Crego of Flint, Mich. and glancing off. Fortunately it did; this issue that Photographer O'Dono in England is the church on country places after the fashion of travel

v awl am very sorry that we will not tethtr (Thus endeth the freedom of Grant's i ( not strike hard enough to seriously hurt;'ghue is out for game for next winter, the fens at Holme, near Petersborough. ing libraries H is believed that in

this mater," )h. Cilley mar'sbostg ,bachelorhood and the 'and his to have of the finest It is a bouse-boat thirty feet
beginneth joyous i him,but still the blow was severe enough!, promise one by nine many of the out-of-tbe.way places where
of ftWsds while here who wih le thralldom of aibenedict. much selections of views shown here will None of the parish lives more than
Well L to render him insensible' for quite a t ever natural history specimens are not available f
curry la learn th at he is not to Leon happiness to you, Grant, in your new while. A miss is as good asa mile, no doubt be carried out to the. letter,. as mile from the river, and the church has these charts will give a new .

'tart the coming! season. I state. ', barlje. be is fully competent to do it. the advantage of being movable.-Ex. stimulus to study.-Chicago Recotd.i .


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AND USEFUL FLANNEL SHIRTS. In this day'.of widespread art many MANAGERS OF Does Your Is Pi-epand to Supp/

--- designs In and .r Stationery
pretty come one way an- .1 with'
It* list CM U Bator. Effect Still other to the needleworker, who would The Three ,Friends : : IOU

..**.*. bat Medlsa. Leautk My'II* gladly utilize them for embroidery purposes Tailoring" Company '' :Suit You ? Goo Meals at! IW&f! PrlclS.!

AltMtl4 AltrartUeDr A..tala. had she the. knowledge neceeaary -- ... o/f' :
.M Gee4-VlaJ. fop alar.Tb i for enlarging and transferring them to ., .j : r Fresh Pork,

coat of the moment la an impor various fabrics As to these processes a SUITS AND PANTS MADE TO OBDlll '. : ; Beef,

teat item with the woman to whom writer in The Art Interchange advises --.- .: 1\.110 big wearing' apparel "e is nothinga I
wardrobe boands are set. because it aa follows: Poultry

may also be required to Berre her for a The most simple way to enlarge a design Cleaning, Pressing; and Repairing "v' :.. realty neat man is 90 particular about as Eggs. t'j

eoa8i4* Ua Um to come. Fortunatelyit is to rule straight lines over its A Specially-
the quality and appearance of his Stationery.
can already be queen with all requi- face at equal distances'avan and cross Native Meats a specialty }

tile forreight, for authorities_ now anootiDce these at right angles thus forming FIT AND WOBMSHiP: BOAfUHTEED. I And in very truth it does proclaim .his business I

that tie autumn coat will be i squares over the entire drawing Thenrule WEST PALM BHACH. FLA. .. Your Patronage Solicited
as a neat fitting ami stylish suit of
of the bdi-ru order, a compromise between an equal number of
squares on paper .%.1.......!-/...<. lilt .tlnllVflH.....,,-- Rarest..
the Eton Jacket and the bolero. large enongn to make: the deslnthe clothes proclaims the man. .
t Whbpwr are aim beard that the,me- required size as many times larger 1-12 WKST: PALM HF.AC1I.
J-t daunt taKtb rott will straggle for predominance as one wishes to make the drawing Its -- ,

1 fairly easy then to draw in the designon -It will, if it Is u

these large squares with the lines of ..& S0N.. The Dade County State Bank,

i the small ones as a guide to the posi U furnished you by .
Welt Mm Beach
.. ions of the various points of the design 0 ,
Jewelers and ...
t The matter of transferring b even Opticians 2j "

more simple. especially linen. The the right kind of a house, present a nice appearance Authorized Capital. $100.000.j

linen should be dampened and ironed Watches', ClceU, Jewelry, and make a good impression, which Paid Up Capital $15,000.
with hot iron
a very Care should betaken .
Musical Good, \.! (lgIIJ't'tc.
to keep it perfectly straight The I would not bo the case if you used shoddy P OFFICIRS:
p quick ironing makes the surface glossy

>. and this will take a pencil- nicely Stationery, Ink, Blank Becks, paper that was poorly printed. E. N. DIMICK, President
1e Fold the ,linen ifa square, once U. D. HEMDRICKSOH, 'rict-Prttttt
I through the middle and again the other NEWS DEPOT, Now while speaking of houses that are GEO. L. BSAHMIMB, Calli".
way. in order to locate the center The *.. .
.' boanf DAILY PAPERS. : must not fail mention
be "right, we to
drawing .fyold placed on a ace: Hours brow 9 a.m. to a p.B.

IiI dow.table with whichitt the jnda light: in coming or near from a win the Fine Watch 1 Je 6welry I ReD -oJ irinft GenmlBaiikirgBissIiitHTrissieliidii

left and. as far as possible. from above .
I --ti"-pr>iii|>iif milled oa day cf
Over the board lay white paper andover I IX ALL BUIM'IIKS. The L ret't'l1.I. Ir..rt t*>nRbt aid old mi ,.. ......
I \ this the design face; up. Locate a 1 Semaole! % 'II viral atl.r I I the r.tI\tf'4 51.tn, 4-Yf
Block West Fain Beach
point on this which yon wish to correspond : .... $
with the center cf the linen or ._ _. 4
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i any corresponding point on both may GO TO,.f
be selected Put a pin 'perpendicularly! Clematis Avenue I Tropical

through the linen and send its point '
into the dot or relative joint on the Emcta'sRestanrantWHEN
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design. at ,the same time laying the Supply StoreWest

linen over the design glossy side np :

The design will show through very ::- Palm Beach, florida, .. .. Sun IN MIAMI.
plain on lawn and fairly well on heavy J. D. MATHIS .
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linen.[ Shade the surface with the left

hand. thus bringing out design until (Sacc Mr U .* Hakerj a.d Grocery tat' .
i ) A Spare Meal for 25 Celts
t \ the linen can be placed desired, ; then Mr_ MnttA._,..,-M III11" '.k. Snli'a end CnmlT' '.'..._.ntM.... 'Whteh enjoys a- well--- -merited----- reputation for
I' secure it by other pins placed perpen- .

evVLATxn I1017DLI... cost dicnlarly through linen paper and into Bakery Goods and furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN baa 5, Comfortable Rooms and
the board The black headed .
but there appears little : glass pins i Family Groceries I Clean Beds....
are the sort to use. the best equipped Job Office along the Eat ;'
roanc that the cbort. smart garment -
trill give place to a'hoe trim and Btj-lish By more or less screening the light ....My Specialty.Goods .
Coast and is better than
I with the left hand and ruing; a sharp prepared now ever
and have tired of the
one we not ret
pencil with the right the design can be delivered free to any part
former will traced on the smooth linen almost as! of the City or across the Lake. 3 before to meet all the requirements of the ,
The epode shaped appearagain
ill Orders Given Attention.Goods .
winter.la readily as on paper Cue an H or No. 3 Prompt
in furs for the trade in that line PROPRIETOR
drrx materials brown Is smart for pencil This will not rub in the after First-Class! and Fresh. Highest
work. The drawing be emphasized for MIAMI, FLORIDA.
the antntnn; m U a cartoon dull shadeof may prices paid country produce.
red. and blutt nudutains ltd wonted with a darker pencil or with a watercolor Buy of me nnd I will\ nave von moreyr' 6-t-o* WorkIs
farar. while sporting) women affecICTfen brush carrying{ cobalt High-grade
When the fabric i is fcm thick to allow : '
tweed mixtures fur .
country wear. the kind THE SUN does
Some uf the flannel and cloth goods of this simple tr.H'tu follow the lines Geo. S. Hacker & Son ,-
of the, Us hide with '
dttugq on reverse a
will be striped la fact there is a de .
s .
soft ncil tht;> dewi the .. ,
dded feeling for stripes.'-Judging, however p Lay ign over 3 ... :
from the first displays of,autumn fabric -lin'u'iik or sa in-seen. and the only kind. We have found throughan .. .
firmly with pins and at th? same tim >.
In the and
fabric shopu plalda spot-
number of ,
experience extending over a
will keep the r'Wn from moving by bolding # : .- ,
appeal strongly to popular taste, .;1'. > I
thejtJi. J It Now rub the '
,with a leaning toward the former fur ; "P"a that it to do this for when i
it should be explained that the j plaidsof lines of .tht'(:tfe' y.jvitb a smooth in } year pays you Ii

thb affairs Itrntueuf the hanr'l! 'bia r.uir'bf NCkoIOrlL he will stick _
season art quite once get a customer knowing 4- '< =_ ..;.
from the old fashioned Scotch patterns for instnovf Ttiin:will lTan-r-- '"' .",of v -vSUBSCRIBE- .*., r: Ea
being aofU warm harmonies in an the graphite! f> the lil"nDi'INn a very that what is done for him will be done RIGHT ,
tnmnal tint applied to very thick but eruvtm-nt way bowivtr ItNvjll! be
Uzh& and fleecy KOOk necessary to \go ever tIlt light nd\not. and in a manner that will be both pleasingand !

The coat of the cloth suit h. new invariably always p-ifectiy! iicuplet> impression
softened by white silk or thus umde with H pencil l or brush lOn attractive."

tacked lawn Thia addition of muslin a fabric of nun sarfac/or 011
S on the otherwise severe and practical) wool the best quality of transfer paperwill MANUFACTURERS OF .
ICanuent. this tempering of the tailor probaMy be the mont satisfactory '
And that's the
made. U by the way the cleverest; in mean to the amatau r' Doors, Sash, .

BoratioD that the architects of fashion ,- ". .

have coactt-iiantxd: Broiled 'Chicken With Corn Fritter Blinds., MouldingsAND ... 11 ., "
Very novel among the new garment 1 Split,.two spring: chickens: in half dip Cheapest after an. i
In one aiuinUtin;( a double coat. with a them in beaten egg: and then in fine a' ; .

shaped edNrof lighter cloth inserted between bread crumbs seasoned with salt and Building Material, w..-* ', -
the cloth and the lining. The pepper; pour an ounce of melted butter J
rivers of the inner coat tarn out ova' nver them and roast or broil for 18 min CHARLESTON, S, C.. Even though you might he able to send else 4FOR-- :. :i

the others. and both are. faced, witb ntes Pour half a pint of cream sauceon or Largest Factory South. I
where for Stationery and save possiblya
a hot dish. place the chicken neatlyon your I II I
Send for Prices. .
top and garnish with tiny rolls of few cents on an order amounting to several ::..-, ,",., 7
broiled bacon and with corn fritter i-

made as follows Take four ears of fresh dollars! remember that time is consumed and if
sweet corn, add to it two well beaten I f
eggs four ounces of flour and half a delays occasioned in doing so, and that if t
pint of milk and season with salt and
pepper Lightly butter a frying pan. Anadvertisement mistakes should occur, you will have more or Ife

pour the batter into it. in portions of a --
tablespoonful at time until the L ;-" I less trouble in getting them reciifie I.
a : fry THE SUN.
fritters delicate brown "s.
are a golden on
v both sides. 1

; The Sun Guarantees
-.A Sofa 1'11100,1" AI

Cut scraps of lining into two inch inF r
: ',. J I
wares and pieces of silk or worsted Satisfaction
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into fonr inch squares. Baste the silkto .1'THE

the lining putting the extra fullnessin SUN
a plait in the center of each side
This makes a pnff:rof each little block I and is right her at home, where it stands

Sew aa many little blocks together as K
a r all and under all circumstances
needed will ready at times
to cover the pillow By sortingthe k' 1
colors andshading from the centera 3
to fulfill its contracts'to the letter. It you
handsome pillow cover may be fashioned -

i of either silks worsteds or velvets bring results are not satisfied with work you may have jg?
ij says a Ladies World correspondent -
if I gotten elsewhere and wish a chan-g: in the

j Peach Gatran. and will I style or grade of your Stationery,
Have a sponge cake baked in a round
f tin:cut out a piece from the center.

., leaving the walls an inch thick on the 'em I -j & ...
A KMART STUIPgD PLAKNKL FAl8twhite sides and half an inch thick on the bottom bring quick. Send in a trial order ,- ....

cloth Stitching is to be a stylish Pare and slice about two dozenpeaches.
finish on t'Oat'and thin garment is inn with powdered sugar and for anything you may need .';

very pretty in fawn cloth with brown Just try it. \<. kin *- GEO. H. MALTBY
if with ; /
rtitchins. especially worn a
brown cloth skirt and ivory silk vest the office or counting room-Letter Heads, jjf -DEALER IS-

Prominent in a fashionable autumn
outfit an the flannel shirt waists and I Note Heads, Statements, Tags, Envelopes, j Household Furniture

bkm Card, Bill Heads! Bills of Lading, Counter fa
found: iu the waists. which may be as IG ---- V

smartly made up HH one likes for yacht- Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Harness Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Paw ,'
1111(. Uutiuj: tennis or general country
aDd mountain wear.MarLIaa Sewed and Repaired. S phleta, or in fact anything that yon may want FunoralSupplies
f Out-of-town customers will receive
.. Pratt Jara. t'lIj promt atlei-tion.. Shop on Olive Street in the line of PRINTING A SPECIALTY.
Mif1'iJ next door north of TROPICAL SUN Build
in either : '",, -
Sat the ghee jars a row. : ,
full or empty and with a soft brush U :ti I""r I ing. g-i8
In thick white had paint give .1 Ii I : 1 West Palm Beach Fla.
dipped t f ---- -- -- - And will ,

t each jar a swipe. Von will thus have a Rl a we -__ ___ h'_ ____ ___ _
The : CAKK ASDCrEAILwith Brelsford Bros
0 blank label permanently applied ,
name of the contents date. etc.. may them till in the open space In the WHEN Jacksonville be sure and visit .
after a few hoar be written with the cake. Beat one pint of.cream until stiff please ==sure. your Old Friend, who will surprise
point of a wire nail not on. but cleat and half a cupful of powdered sugar Real Estate and Insurance, you you with Bargain in

through the label thus defying time to and half a teaspoonful vanilla extract PALM BEACH FLA. I Dry Goods Clothing and

fffaceor mold to blnr it A damp sponge and spread above the peaches. Such are R Gents' Fuinifihings.___
or rag van be made to bring the writing the Dix;ton Cooking School Magazine's Votary Public. Cottages to Rent1Y1'tfirr D. SINGER, Manager
clever after of damp- instructions accompanying; the illustra
ont even years ii Bridge street,Near Bay.
ytty is tb> cellar: nay u exclanok HOB owe nprodac: d of peach gateau 6-V1 l'olwiALaHotd.141111.1111"urtb u' U.I JALKbONTlLLE. FLOUDA

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. "t _.. :ODD FELLOWS. HEADQUARTERS FOR S West E.H.DIMICK, Mathushek Pianos:; .
. H ones 1\| Proprietor

., Ccitlrate. the Nobler QMlltle -Trl- A,_ Ladies' Dress Goods ReadyMade Are I hno Wilb a Name, ..

\ r pie Llak.S.te.. 'Skirts Under\17ear.Shirt Palm Pianos That Have A Hepatitis
"C" O An'old proverb says; "Nobody can Rive '
" ate-,. .. '. ,: what he does not legally possess." Thisis Profit Waists, Hosiery and Shoes. Beach wcond to urine. They an the
kind that have tood tbt teat of
.' readily understood so far as propertyor
material rights are concerned, but Dry Goods. Men's Furnish'gsREADY time in have eatlsfedthetnoai

,. the proverb hold equally true in relationto H Drug
FORESTERS OF AMERICA.. onSet rriiieal musicians every waj.
the nobler and more generous qualities MOSQUiTO CANOPIES. .
of our nature' A* Odd Fellows we cannot A. Store. They Are Not
ffOrt Catcf Usage* .( the. Order. *
Court G.klp.Tboioaa'J. i give sympathy, cheer comfort old stjle pianos!| that ban bees
1 f.ieudship, love or truth unless we posBCM -
Ford of Pl'uUllr 1'8niai who it. Like begets, like. The fruit tell and Peieoiana rental for;earl and then offer .;
was ananlmounlr elected suprwne' chiefgi the nature of the tree.-Odd Fellows' SPICY Pharmacy ed as "great bargains," nor are

"' rangl'rof the I Herald.BrtM'kah. they "cheap, low.grade"pttbolmade
Foresters of .
"<.i:\ 20, is to the Re-
day Kept
. America ,at the : -DEALEH8 IN- to sell "at half price"Every
bekah branch what April 2G is to the ;
recent session ot
l subordinate branch., "d Piano Is New
. t' ...... their supreme BRIGHT ,
'mY \J: 1IZ"! court at Detroit, The:order hag made a gain of about Toilet Articles and every part la made ID theM

.0* J Ii': ., IS a native- of the 30,000 during the past year. ,. Drugs., _a_liiiltiolr.__._._ Factor...
Keystone 'State There 797 subordinate lodges in : -.It
are -
which is 1.hat.lt. wU
and U 40 'years New York state, with a total 'member Fine a guarantee
old. He has been ship of 7(>,G
a member ''iif'the year. Henry V. Burst is now grand 1It't'I I : .Why Take Chances :
order since 1883 retary
L Druggist Sundries. pianos when the Old:
and I ia one of.the A great deal of interest is being maul- on cheap t

.." *beat known members tested in the encampments in Sacra and Reliable Malhuebek can

in the supreme mento. St. Helena and San Diego, eaU '" IVescriptioDsCarefully Compounded bought at. prices and terra Lei
body, having of these places showing a gain in the
kl ... been a defer patriarchal branch. These are the expressions East.Coaat BuoinpsM Soli-.ited. sni1.you? There are more

t .. ,. fate since its for- i Hobah lodge of Dorchester, recently WEST PALM UEAm.( B-10-J)6. 15,000 Matbashek Pianos ia

Tnoyia t. roan. mat 1 Ion: Mr. transferred from South Boston has which can be heard on all the South. "You Should Have f
Ford's first office '
made a remarkable growth since tin- One.
In the supreme eourt was that of trustee sides concerning the news
change, initiating new Chinese Genuine Mat lulbek. Pianos '
; and be wan *nWqiH>ntly elected mipremcsubehief Laundry '- g
"_ ranger. Two years ago he wan now many brethren of the lodge do columns of ; are only, fold by f
know from having met
nominated for the highest office'and was I
them in the lodgerooui LUDDEN ft BATES' 8. B.'II.tled
beaten WO
by only two votes. He is past KEE, Proprietor.
grand chief ranger of Pennsylvania and A member may be elected to office in } Hahn, Manager.

has a record of ornolzlnJC'lnd instituting i lodge although absent on the night of 29 Eat Bay S,.., Jacksonville FJa.
a court of the order in 24 h ul'l. election. Shirts ........ ,.............................joe ,

1 Hereafter honorary members of the Membership In the Manchester Unity ., I' Open Front....... ... ....? 2 fur 25e .

order hold office in the order does not entitle such member to any THETROPICAL Collars...............?............. ,.._...2Ik /
can no right or privileges in the I. 0. 0., F. Cuffs ..... ................._..........._....5cLadle1 To Rent b* tie Hoar or,Day. .

la'future JDIt'mber'of the order conTlcted They are separate organizations. Shirt Waists.... ...__............151- JlEigSIClfciES '
of crime shall not be expelled until ONLY I IS? TOIL
ol course of appeal has been ex Odd Fellowship was established llli \ .
t ba every nois 3 years ago, the first lodge being FIP.ST-CW69 WORK GUARANTEED. Next Door North of Tropkal SOB Block:! r
instituted Alton.
r: The Foresters of America now number Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH. W. R. MITCHELL; C
.,: over 1M.OOO: members with surplus of Do bud pave the court of your order .2 Proprietor.
$1.100.000 In Its tmumry. with good intentions, but harden it withapplications "I .
the best '
of men.
.. It took ow 110.000. pay per dim -
..: and mileage\ tbe.recent _Iou of the I The site selected for the new portofliw
: opmiM roort.Uriutimhip. to I* erected by the United States government
in Salt Lake City is located near BURKH\RDPS
> September
of the Forester of AmerIca a8.1899Kill
the Odd Fellows' temple. This will enhance ..
la Pennsylvania U over 30000. -
. the value of this property very Don't let /
It U expected that great deal of good materially.
r la extending the order In the different MICROBES.

j ;::, f American \Islands will he accomplishe l KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.A .SUN. Them fr Develop !

, ;t := by Supreme Buhchief Ranger Judge R-n- ,J.

. t:.; dot of California who U of Spanish! MI SycteiM of F..t r.al .....- CHLORIDE OF LIME will dstro/ffrerms. We havo the r
i and who has rrtvtved
t vriein many ref .ace !Spear Pot t..
qnenti for the extension of the order i Lime put up in handy tins for household use at the trifling -
I The beet system. of fraternal insurancein e
. from former members redding In those
cost of 15 eta. FAn
existence i is that of the endowmentrank (
.I: r r.r plan of the Knight of Pythas.! Today The OLDEST and BEST ounce of prevention U worthpoanJ and pounds of "

it has no peer in the world of fraternal cure, and a litHe tin of this Disi-.fec'tant
; MASONIC. judiciously usedma.T
'.. insurance: and is everywhere recognized! namananar.. TmKHshort in tlur'S :_ :\ -- "... .
advised and -- '-- AA6 v '" save= several la-uoiiar Doctor
by those who are thoroughly! /: r'------ you I5lla<-pernap even

Xf Ctre.r.t.area aRbsli Hot CIa.Dae experienced on this question ax the most Each in D.idertaker'a bill Kill the lest kill
Fr.4P..IaIp.-T..n..tI Dral.... thoroughly, prudently and iutclIi ppoJ) County. week they germs tbejr you

A UaMon'a friendship can only be compared managed of all organizations of this kind. :'

to that never diwlo ..blult affection -Knight's Sword and Helmet. contain L.V. BURKHARDT
whkb we ever aud under all cirvutauncr The subordinate lodges would do wellto Pies' Groceries

f y cberihh and retain for those who absorb some of the fun and sociability Store-Phone No. 2. Residence 'Phone No., .
$v are kindred with an In Mmid. No change enjoyed by the side degrees. 3.SHiPPCD
' of fortune can or ought to diminish itsutreupth All the News
\1cixsitudet of life weaken ,. The eudowment rank provides indemnity -
to the amount of $:OO. ll.OOo $2.00)
Ita ardor. A Mimiu'ii friendship shouldbe
l I I. and 3000. It costs a very small sum
the tUxiuf star lu the tenutiful con ,
month and family!
per secure your
y// atdlatina of Mammkvirtutiu Through! against the dangers incident to life K- !r Qiiy irhlniieYiieYi Y Yi1F 16yei1YelSiy YAu*di>iiieelYiebebeiriSSfnillrtYail {.
It be may be taught and teach the war "
I t of life; through it M&soury nay tktomeG I cry eligible 1'ythian should be a memberof that IS News FREIGHT PREP>;;. ...

a gulls to hut feet and lamp to his path.. the rank.General I ftINGTREES WHAT!. ,.,..,.- 1.
,.. s pillar of e fin by ttitfbu-Krjutime.Jinn now brigadier general commanding the Tell joo.HI about it a.i describe neat to!
uniform rank. 30) quiches of cholc.: fritta aid Sow ,.. .
Pennsylvania brigade *
:-1 ..) II. JU'Hwt-n of Albany is now The largest lodge In Missouri is Ked not only from West Palm rflt/ Orlal ....cbea, PlulM r II Ir
grand master of Iluyal audlect Masters I AND SHRUBS fl2l,uiberrie..Nat TrllH.Orpas. .
i of the state of New York. George Cross of St. Louis, with a membership ...rBro. .. caul Trees, KOM. etc. !
; Vii Vliet b grand revordt-r. ., Sicilian of Kansas City U' second Beach immediate vicin-'' 1 Aa Adapt**tor Stuttberm Pt*,.tltt f..

A Tyler should be t man of promptitude with 312. j Also a Complete Stock of Field ant Garden Seed and Fancy Poultry. _

', always hating the lodge ready to i The Knights'of Indianapolis will organize ity but from all points 01 1 --Everything for the Farm, Orchard or Garden... ft .<

,, he ttpffteil im time a stock company, to be known as : .
Hch-a.ad Goods an'J Low Prices Oui Kotto. :
( i. t
Cattle Hall
the "
Never store the Ohio State Masonic note on the Lake and along '
for the of erecting suitable ball '''&tatogtte
I bane ban been occupied has the general purpose a Free... The Grafting Bros. Co., I i
for all the lodges of the city.
health of the rrmdeuti Lieu Letter than the 9-
railroad thus makingit '
at tlte pmwttt Ihue. : and Ten Grenada PGK3QHA NURSERIES, $I

biMtun't new Masonic temple will be UNITED WORKMEN. easily 't'vat Maccleanej, FU. JjtCbSOnvlll3t R1.o .- I I i .

{ ready fur dedication next November.l -'- lit. r 4mT rrr .r. ...T.r nrr...wa as.er'e ssar z
The 1> of Good U.IIb.ralalp..C.tp.Fro.
The fifty-nerenth annual conclave of' .
the YVorL..bop. _. .
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the greed eomuandery of Ohio will beheld ---

a at l.'barinDltllll'linoloj( 0... 10. There the is amount no' test of that regard more which clearly member reveals THE 'EnRM1\N ;

e It hi not a crime to be unable to pay cherish for their lodge or the welfare The Leading Family newspaperof HOUSE 4
doe. bat it Is crime
,oar a to suspemlta
of the order and the carrying out of Is now open for Winter Travel.
i I ukl) or indigent Mason for failing to Its principles than their habits of attendance *
pty.-Orient AFFORDS.
at stated meetings. Were all as
The grand kxljje! of Oregon enunciated -B tfa. in Conneetion.Ritps .- it
negligent as some in this respect the
e the right principle when it declare "that lodgcrootu would ""liNtto be, aud the Dadft) COllnt.v.v Ui'asnnalile. Short UishtD'e from the Depot. *' j i

t the right of a distressed worthy brother g drat goal which Is '.,..in.."... _nNV\nn.H.. ...-......._....1-. ... -- -- sag ..0\.1,1.0"..".., .."" VT ml"_.. O;). T Jj.? "I.n.nmn.nYl't D11IV A XT ... ar_ PALM 1 ll_,h..u FLA.THETRAVELERS
to claim n-IU-f growl out of the fart of by'our beloved order would cease.-Fraternal arll. "
KU bring a Mason and not out of the fact News. '
Of hut baring contributed to the funds -

ef ord.a any. particular lodco.-Masonic Stand month Several in Rhode new lodges l llluJ.If were. instituted last Already THE SUN is a wel--

a society would be prosperous, it

) utght..1 n..... must hustle. Business does not come to come visitor to nearly every ,

Daring its 20 yean of eiixtence the him w ho waits. NEW MANAGEMENT. -

order has paid out XS.OOO.COO! to widows There. no wisdom in giving up an old home in this section b
aid rihana. and well 'tried order with a membership FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla.

The order ..f the Knights of Honor is I of 3 \i.OOO for something new and cheap. and itsr many attractive -'--- ----..........---;-- ....t'"" .

wally the poor man's insurance. The re- I Things cab be too cheap sometimes. Theydon't Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Paths, Complete Seivice. '
enre fund i 111I in his pocket and is wear. features '(t
are ,bringing new ''
lye ''only ralk-d at needed.now. The average cost per year. in the Michigan .: The 'Best $2.00 per dayHotel -in Florida.. .

:tlbnre. If you have bad your little jurisdiction: \ of the A. O. U. W. has recruits to-its .ranks each Tale car at the Union Depot and ask he('on luctor to Stop at the Truttler : -,,'.,
My and Ucked sll you want to. get into been less than $10 per $1,000 or $20 per .

the fame and play ball fur the order. year on $",0>u week.
After you hare landed four or fire applicants .- .
+ you will be In a better position to Red Mem.A .. .
Itcd Men's monument was dedicatedat
awejl your "Sllultlu"'I ,
Lowell recently<<
\. new table of rates apportions in- The of the Red Men's Home '. ,= Gl.f4 ''
managers JudiciousAdvertisers C,' 'G. STROj4M.d ,,
Cfewe, U rate justly f ably, properly association of New York have adopted .
HIt equitably to the young and to the "
of authorized the issuance
a set bylaws
dU. fcToiding estrviues a* to either andcnerally -"' D."I.U IN :lit.-
of blanks and empowered the president
81e1aben ( approve it. to purchase a suitable piece of property

} \ .sea bee.. at Saratoga Springs. $ Staple and Fancy Groceries :
; Eugene: A. Wise\ of New York city Is ,
The fraternal and beneficiary features uow great sachem of New York reserva .
.f ear work are iupar l4e. Our dutyto .
tar brothers end n..t with the grave. tion.The Grain and all Food Supplies.COUNTRY .
election returns of tribe cannotbe
II. GUll to a true MaccaU-e who visits a
counted If the full names of the past Realize this hence the free
the *\Uuw and the fatbt'rl 'MII. and also sachems not thereon. .
voting are
"provide fur bill own bonm-buld.! Not
for care but butb.Hrreafter Every mt'tu..r'bo. is competent has use which they make of its PRODUCE 'If'
the right to aspire to elevation in the or !
a tent commander's
past certinVate -
I la required tu be signed only by der.The colums and its increasing Always Fresh,Kept ia SockYour '.
from great councils received
tb* supreme cuuuiiander aud the supreme retorts -
Patronage Solicited.
record heeler under el of the at the otfi<'! of the great council! of the

.. supremefeu' United States show that the great chiefs TJODularitv... ... as an advertising .. ,.. .-. .'
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i and members of the order in the wholegreat "-11 West palm Beach, fla. X
A subordinate tent I* now required to
medium. .
jurisdiction have been at work and ere't
hare at least SO member lu good stand-
U shown in the
the result of their\ labors ,d
big to entitle 'it to representation in tbe
Increase of memliership.
dUtiirt ramp the great camp or state .,,,

CUM tt'lltlnD. t., Court at Rose Boarding at Reasonable Rates.MRS. -

The Supreme Court of Honor, though .
Order at Etta ATTENTION ilERCHANTS! .. :
little less than five of ranks .
I The Order of t&k: U diffused throughout the thirteenth in order years among age the fraternal EVANS '9 prepared accommodate boarders at her i :.!'
.. the whole nrautry. It originated in
societies of the United States. writ known boarding house on Clematis Ave., close to F E.C.Ky. depot.
New York city In 18U7.: its founder being THE MIAMI BOTTLING
Ch rU>. A. Vivian a ballad iu!:tr. It The order was organized in SpringfieldJuly WORKS
wt at first restricted tll members of the 2. 1803. and has today a membership --CALL ON HER Volt RATES AND ROOMS -- *tt
theatrical prufetMbo\ and to singers.' In of 50.000 in good! standing. It has Is prepared, to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible pal LI.. "

the beginning It bad only 13 members. flourishing! courts in all of the northern
states and Canada. ALE etc.
It* M-ope however. Mao broadened, and .

It admitted other person besides those BUDDED CITRUS TREESRAISED Patrec.gt .f Dade least; Mtrcbjois Solicited lad SaiUdctii a GnrlDued.= _
to which. it wa at fir (.con fined. Royal LeaK..e.For

The largest individual lodges are in the first six months of 1800 the ON- C. CASIELLAI). Prop. MIAMI FLA. .t

this order in New York ((870 members). Royal league wrote 1.309 certificates a 11-24-if ..:-. ..
I net gain of I.oo.This increase has been .
Grand tinv
Wlaw..HU. and filUburg. All these that the interest is generalThe I Wild Lemon and Sour Orange stock Also full line TROPICAL FRUIT and '

kidgf,. and oa ctbetl hart ever W. u cmkm -.io all western Royal .League state U well represented i ORNAMENTAL STOCK. JOHN B. BEACH'West Palm Beach Fla. Subscribe for The Sun. :

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!': SUN.\\, The mil. -nwthoritUw\ of France ;"WbO will.. taut- 'dowm Kilq.1 tb* ..:.r-Prt.et. lie-' -- ,7,. CROCKERYand

b t rtmm taperet Dadt Coast). their fiat liberated 1)rejIusLiy llwwta '-J&..."i the & r\UDU: k\ 5- FURNITUBEa L'
I have by is'' .. wovtr g*w_ C : ,
Thw And no Mta ; : {;; :7.
TMttUL U}* PCBUSBW8 lP1Ji'\\\ proclaiming' his! pardon.' oonld be.granted Bat who ma bad op the sg,out Mk v:% C- I

r GUT L JHCTCAIF.FVtUSMtD ED1TOL [perhaps the only': ieiiefthat When pic &t ougbt..s nusnoa ol spoil Kinds of Boat co..... C

after .court O\et u trrogant .,, All ... -
ll ...
A corns ..
P13f -
matter '
Cup \; That Uket. t* a KHt .. -........-
Vtirt TMUMOAY ..' martial verdict finding him guilty. A. Mtjcct net and,t cowiac d force! to.., ., C 3-' i
."OM.saos eoUHTV, IWMCtlPTiOX \ And ovcnuneat.tased: .on Tackle and tfrtliW ,
...- Of .couI'8' pardon, in no< sense AoBVtr vs, aorxcr UIo trot aod lair, All KindaofFlshIn; I ,

a PtICt. J2.00 A YtAR.J the stigma Of guilt ,anymore Who viU haul up OU Glory tiuttt : Gaaotine ....... 8IU4 Flame..tToeDe.....Ott' Itrady Ilud Pslat* .
removes ......and .......... itartisos .. !
# conviction* the lair quoth be. -. Giimware, rrp& .... li*. ,J
ii 4 I----- Beach I than it removes. the "Who will haul down = LU-Mail Ordere hives :
rodoffic ol Wed Palm : Brat west up -
\ ftstn4 at the Nay, think how it I qUL
: aa..co4 cii.. nutur. 'of, the 'public 'it 'large that across When war astride ol the and and lea _- - ;: .

It ootntR'e'the\ name'ol protection I : Potted wnth from fail brimining cup I -_-._- ,
\ aDd kit in bequcft __
}. THC*OAT, $ErTEM KI ? 8. tK'JU :: to French army honor has been I When no.-brave niMlm tIleD for the rreat and the mall; BOSLNE&$: FIRMS. Th
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In, -b and stripes tot the rot LWDINO: _
;;;:: '*arf inuocent uu n, uBO Hot a few PAINTPARIAN
ou couobir for all! r
of our
But the fla? I GUARANTEED
1i the- evident. .,.aIdniidpna., ua, truly and .lainly. we pray.Wu ia this Paper A
: .. far, aa of the- Answer that not its meuunj In Washlaton'i day! Whose Cards Appear ,
bled it to Judge., The actum: QWUIed.AI.babetlcally.. !
however, WaibiBgtoa'i day to Jaekna's Une, ; PAINTSAre I
nwiy From -
French government) Orleans. : <
: to
good effect' i'1' its behalf: Iron Torktowa that lac wbbn : ,/" ..
follow '
have one Did any nan ARCHlTECTiT r
t : "
i. the what the I11"boI.liIfIlJI 5- not
extent. And douU Btuter.' Art
of allaying .some Beach Rub Off, Peel nor
that & Fret lelf ruled Rites, each one u a itu D Brown Wet Palm Guaranteed< to Chalk' Crack '
execration against the French government Fixed tatt la add of Uue. i .a. i i and are gMogbc.ter satufactioa
o. war Water or Sea Breezes,
red itrtpet
blood Salt
the affected by
o'her word-it Fenced la by isparticularly
in .
BACKING: this Stale u
at large ; < and you! in
To then for me It is the coming paint
preterve known
{ paint 1
conciliatory reto&gTb.oidblt5oatotourfathecfist Bank than any ,
be regarded aa_a Au.werur..ow.doieu; t.i Dade County State
Beach Florida.
may Palm of
however nor his\ West. adapted to the

measure.. ."Dreyfua. ,. until Matnnn.frienda ...: .'-...-.._ ;.m ".,..t ao.n.--- tbe. ceLL" qIIOtM., .; u "4, ,_-j-_--__- .1', j_ jj
.out.ent --- *UU vtn u.
will 00 Vhy no band ol flab and boor I BARBERSWni :
which he has ever maintained, CM lower that tlac OB land and left ; Palm Beach WILLIAMS I
cence '
Tl'.ltt: UuaoJ the La Ugool Schailllt'West EDWARD :
has bet'n fqll'!! proveit to, a syrna.thizing Till t few thai rule and cunningly keep "- I Milo Cooper, West,Palm, Beach

'w r1d.: It la ;reported. 't that The bunting to garnish humanity tholr traed.cheappy "--_"e.gBICYCLES for Carrara and Pariaa Paint,
dollars ar.- teal Agent
hill health, ia so, mattered by.the the force of a tory creedTbewtflltfaii : !

strain of the past five years that itU that! hour 8uan.weruscica It drawing Dear,t, ., ,Gco S Adams West Palm Palm Beach Beach: 28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

( Romew hat doubtful if he will longsurvive Do you fancy ; WWfPid ;;, [ W R Mitchell. West __ I
ntat v-w-
liberty bell ring In >*' -
It ia, to 1m hoped that he our Declaration lie? >. c,- *, -t., WORKS: -- !, ,
Waa our
to vindicate the old world st ln ;.e.. ',' BOTTLING -
enough to -
be spared long Uvut we turn ?., \ CARDS. j ]
may tUe penitent prodisart Castellano t% PROFESSIONAL
With 1nInt
: Iji.j-i.: i iHI himeelf. ..t.... _W. -..?_, 1U- aDd_. IIIIIdt ta tile TtBAlUK ""-' .,..C/HI.".$.. aUIflCOs '
Europe's bufauie parade I'I'In -.-
Of gunpowdet gospel to man 1 SUPPLIES: lE'fV'\Lf'.1
And boom out a
EDITORIAL CUPPI N1S.I To open a pathway for trade and bluster NOT'C1\. 'V:1: )
the *pU Chas
_rut through S c.
Shall M > Charleston
3With %
"" --- nil good and >raIL.\. t oo t"\rate *.14113t Ceo ._. Court'of the Savntfi Judicial '-
The Tampa papers are the dollar mark Ump the Circuit KOTM1 PUBLIC.
.-rienrHavana j... iK ,; .u Cixitt Dade County, Honda.In FwtonlCouru. I
'nowThe c & SURVEYORS:: Will in CeIUl'T.Ii UM a"4
"trust" -papers prctie
iLCOMIV1IWR cigar: manufacturers! of\ the y. ba ol'up tbi'flag:'spent raise It'.!*S&hC'; 41-; Palm Beach '- Chancery. LAND CASKS A SPHCIAI.TT.!

-, T- i _WUU1C,I.* t.. vvrx..nnntrv_n.. have- formed u trust",' S-.Ket... i Lb*yet.SIS in..U tn iU the spirit wind and meant the sky .nfl..? LUD DCSSSSS a_.JK.-V4." .ramvlatnant\'-Bill t',,"'"to.....n.._, t Palm n"'rttm- &ack__&urs_IJa_5__0-4t 5,55>2 U'>..t.ass,. IIrtitt.c'1 .
and h-tbat it &alwaj ) Mortgage.To
_ Tampa aa headquarters, .J'a 01 the birthright.! m ll" ', AI.\\ tlHT.;
sing -
.; Pemot-ratic papera down that ne'a C&111act..r Beach Al \Vurul-Giti-tlnR.: It appearing
the good Of progress trade may COleft it ISII" D A Palm W. 1. Metcalf. *olkitorornald LEX St. CLAIU-AUUAMS,
= sing that affidavit ol
tilings Let the 1\
thero are now whooping up Rut liberty fellows the flajl a 41 r L T eoiuplulnaot. filvil iu the aliote entitled

CITIZENS'. _(TIN8. trust congratulating .theraaelvea feat Isaul PP 014 Glory, but, cquirden.t...? .- ,that you are a mitlrot ut the A TTORNU.A 7LAW.JACLSOT1U.X.
for the V tuuse
I.- .. suivessful\ orponiiation.ete. \ -> LTtaa. ag trout the\ 0- State ut Florida Had that In bin belief yon F1.APictke
paflih1d : i
'coptiirtinp upon That shall Clm-iuuatL State o( Ohio
: 'l u4
of the many are a re lilvul all tat Circuit CHru.Mate
1 In
ID view perBdy.thoii need! Beach
1'\ Palm III twentjuueI "
fev'rtwin: Oh 1 Perfidy. ,Howard B. "' t n and that you are over the age FeoVral.
report aa to the yellow maDT81labRiil'l'nn.! l veara, and that there In DO one In Ihi.tate 1-2\1-fl>i.

meeting nithacUiKtwoin I art I __ ,' S I a I t WANTED. '.!,*-\ cLOTHING--- : I I m.nr uv._ n 5.ham_____ Itzal gvn ice can be made in your. .
18Iut -- -- II11iD '
that youth.appeal.
n LLAI ordered
: : Palm Beach It In therefore K. BKOOMB
behalf Coatxm
- caW for 2o'clock Florida politician West filed la saIdcause i SAXt'kL T. SHitwoa.
Wait! Palm Beach wu, Whenever any BeneOt the M ).ttty sid. 1 aim Beach to the bill. ot complaint.
under his hat bandibat On. That Jsistlce, Beach on or before the 11 LOU & ItltOOHB
At he notion With Paint
l afternoon. gets the Accord \ S
pte..llty L. Crawford tn the of f- of October, A. D. 1899.It .
John dollar ,
ad Day
Pr .
of beat cheap ,
number not a A1TORVEYS-AT.L4w.
he can It ia i
the appointed a goodly Is used by Cs. be published 1, }
:. State he is in which W ordered tbd thINord.'r .
of further
__ sense
motion, for Secretary fensive dollar os IZERS: consecutive ol ,lie State.i ,
eUlceoa wem prateatOn but a cheaper once a week lor Inur Will practice ia all the Coaru
-. Chair advertintng that the! plutocracy, Ideas of I of Ktolx-r.A. 1>.
elected as JackSonville said 2d day ;
: Whllldln wag ixitnply all honorable ( weeks prior to Office lu
____ ; : MAyor 8t'cretd'1'I'be vacation: and won't I ? compared twlth right.Yhich U nearer ISU'J In THE TROPICAL Scneni>paerpnltlixhed i Law Kxchange, JACK40SVIU.K.' .LA. \
___ man i'nd J, D. Matut.* aa I Craw- fairness and worth said Count of Dade State off I
dollar In
rituation wai then diucusaed !by I back until after. ;hf\, el .tioo. the line, of Justice_ a cheap worth UOO .. .... --'..-. _. __ .. I
,-- of men' nowe or -u oear dollar-w-- ESTATE: 'uiriuo.Ordered AUgnllt.A.D.189 &; I3LLOOMi ,, \
S numberoftbo.4reent. A motionwu ford i ia on olttiatrace ,54 cents carries with It the &REAL 1 thin 30th day ol pOPE
a tltowenJbnt who are. of and for tie cents and'wblch Money i is Beach [ "eal] A. FQCIMBV. 1 $'
HrJ C scarce, ? ATTQRNEIS.AT.LA !
very Dade County.
wad by to oppress Court ot ,
mosL of their greater power Con- West Palm Beach Cl rk ot the Circuit "
trfegrapli Pr..Porter unk people Mull have spent with the products of labor. \ ,
bought .
the Florid ST.At'GviTlsIcFg..i
miyor Miami energies for the inasuesGuH ,- the dearer this money is the I.- Solicitor lor eouii+iatnant.1OTICI .
and ,
against sequently W.
log for ft quarantine, It 4-1-99
the Coast Breeze.UUDinroo. labor Is required to purchase : \

Mr, W.I.If., Uetcalf.aU.,L ahould thought, eo through that _,. _r I... ::'......... isgrowing' in more It. la the few_"who" must can work.own. money to earn) and a.Therefore I l D Co, Jacksonville OP CONTEST. '.. I .... .. -- I
,- --., ---- -- .. UjPHI8ICAN
t i vi uu HUtU51.
Te9UeNt ieCaimportance: the many IIJt
: :
PrPitfrr, the local health' otHr; naoneof Florlia's. : : tiei4iaying cheaper money,aceor4 benefits wftb AND SEEDS: DKPiKTMENTOF THE IXTfcftfOa.l fl.&. V _
strict GAI.ESV> ; AND jy,76tC
j r Tbe motion paued aa originallymwfc .. industries. Starch factories I and of Is the in constitutionyhat Co Jacksonville \\L. ? LAND Office AT September ij 1899). ...
( the teachings been filed PolariasaHotels ,
F in different{ pnrta of dollar that ,carries sufficient contest ffidatitbaviig Office and ReaKteae Mar Eojal
t i place need, is a Williams. contestant.I
.. at this time"; iure.l1g the 'people; of labor i, .a' this office by Bristow September PALM BKAC1L 1J.J-9i
At E. lUyser, raw material proportion No. 25.777. made
Judge the State t.iuseflie 'with,It a'juat I Hd. entry &
I : of SW3 Sec. M.
E.t i
and aa he was jnat ia miles more.-Watchman. 11$ ii,5 for S., Range 4IE I
In tbe room, the'larnjer and no \\ K Sec. j. Tp. 41
p r came .. __ nll",-.! m; for. hut even whtre I-!.- v-*...mn... B Ei4 ppjjj, douar and, aAa !>t Palm Beach I and. N. Leeman ot N. A. Bard contest in which ill l' 1). BROWN,
j MM mi, ue *". "nll Q the factory it win pay mm UClnm v. dollarpracIea1Iy u by ,L. --1-1 Bard !_.".. wholly abandonedUallegeatnaisaiu
from from the gold
which L.
away cent dollar ( ---I.- hU residence therefrom
explained 200
remark Judge, Heyaer the root in largn\ quantitiesfur is) Ue people should not said tract and than changed six months since making Mid. ARCHITECT AND WIDE
to grow for
fully the eitutation aa he undent owl and sale at the factory, hesitate In choosing. A 200 cent dollar HOTELS: Beach entry and next prior to th;date notified of said to appear affida.tit. Plan and .ptoei lie.tlou ".,....red.
i t thought that there shipment hard times aud the'I' West Palm said patties are hereby touching said allegatIon Jobbing work given prompt *ttr tk>a at
ma lower evidence
iliuini. and will pay prices. Beach and offer
It at is not dnne.it means West Palm respond OctobetLeIore 2-4. li1>J9.
this dollar means o'clock a. m. on on Datura I:t"LU
S qnarautinev. IU ebould A 54 cent at 10 Public, at We..tI'alm p
for suffering.
need any Metcalf a Notary
wa* nu stock feed. Every ;iarmer and comfort Jacksonville Guy I. final hearing.I,
good times and that
lIoiu" new Iei.nnM v8.-I.ee8lntt higher prices Beach i5jhrYflCg
I .u8tl8
Miami uiiless of 5Icent November 14-
.Kaiiutt plant a crop f But in reality there Is no Cs be held at loo'clock. a. cu un the Init..IIatcs B.tolvrtRML)..
I .j ._.: ??. .. demand it. Alter ,..'."mmawtAl.. j when measured.... in the V.o.ieI. .nd Gaiuesvuie Receiverat Via.
r "' iII.IurILI' -- ooiiar except --- \ RS: Laud Office in ; UlltJ.2398
wbIt'b; ; wj motion; Pf, M'. t, }Mcu'f' Editor Appleyard: of the :con'olilatnl gold. What Is so termed Is a 100 cent t Palm Beach.LAUNDRY I >The said August contestant 28. iSp.having set,forth ia a proper facts affidavit which PALM BEACH. flJlXT ,
filed !
{ lII'OOoded b vJ C.: St oweJ'll,the majorWeuthorfied Key Wtftt.paper ?\lrtTititdfad- dollar In the broadest and most equitable ,of show that after due diligence be made personal it is hereby serviceof or
dollar not
Hiring from the tennsl'be. Mexican 1 this notice can notice be given by IIAl" )1. D.J. .
to .wptHid U-nt\ielh.rt't'unrlDjt conteuiptu-- dered and directed that such S. UlTlt .
I g with- full hut well which! we read volumes : due and proper publication.V. .., -
tM time, also is reportetl much of the ROBINSON, Reviver.HENRY
I Dr, rurter at in fever. I1ison, 1 ous chaff, will buy as palm, Beach C S.CUVBB.\ G Reieher.: 921TV SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN A

I authority to Bite hia discretionMug on the way to recovery The pressfraternity products of labor as the vaunted gold 5. __- \ __ and for SptcialM. \\
I that the in 1873. Eye
in raw any new development! rejoices to know dollar would

I ., __ ___n.... ..n .....ntdlil1lt'r., J__,.**. "* this veteran nithe Not only this but the Metican dol LAWYERS:, \T DiiniTlAOO 1 1\\ i,_>*u.sa5. .t sirv.njrin.-njtsin.. Cuttaf*. .
annum arwH uruuj "t'r"The ---was- -' conservative ? report ot.ineueuuMM. community 'wsunfounded lar is maintaining that purchasing West Palm Beach rall-I1tl\Y\ DUMI1DDD 1 ___ __- &it.teD

meeting throughout Florida press power which is simply value In ex ,Jacksonville ASON U. 1). M.015cc .
yoionl, a deaireto ia still journeying Is mounting Jacksonville A. TUO
and simply and that he change. while the gold dollar \ .

\ only art ou the principle" well( with them h> the happy land higher'and higher,all, the time.)the A .t- I IC : Corner llemalis Are. and Olive lit,

'k prwr'utton, and within the touudaof of Canaan while putting in a political I duHar to be honest should and buy MARKETS: f' WEST PALM BEACH. IU..tIiLIudso1not.ru.tntidry .
t same this year nest year kaow* to tkprofession.
There ha beeP.9IOm.h other fellow '"111.) should Palm Beach __ >ri aI1llt.odalty
the law. oar for some year, lust as a yardstick measure .. __ tioM crown aid bridt. .
and in fact, false rumor on through dire newwity, getting nfiei the,same tod y. tomorrow nqd always. Tettto extracted without |*ala.OiGc .
tague aut>NCii- for exactly \ u. axt I to 4 |t a.
the.treet a* to th. real condition the ever present delinquent: Ve use the dollar S.. Hourt: q to u a.

I in Miami that the com- ltet, with a sharp'lltick.l.a'lihur the same purpose that we do the ) HOUSE: llrZl"t'I
thing ,
of -
..___ .n_ : ltn.IAf'lIluJwUDit1 ; ( I\I"mercia.. 1. _____ stick-namely, to 'rn asure a- gI '.L
waa naiumuj u..w.---- v. -"XThe -' "quantity of... he. article to.be. sow.The S M H, Jacksonville I I T. DANIEL, :

tlie.rntemeuts of J udge lleyner IM ve {lew York News, referring tithe 'advocate of ,the gold standard' either ..----- L S 11.

dons ;:aunt than a little to allay tin- position of Dry..u nnd Cochran jI knows nothing ,or cares 1 PUBLIC: D tHTI ST.

troubled f Ii11hF8. The J udge amouu the trust quest ion,.\ \}'*: ''Thattheiip for equities. If he only dollar.,has lila a Vest Palm Beach COCOA, INDIAN aIVAhfLOalIIAa-$.
is equal to a gold Beach
la much that
other thing said, that there two men took uch extreme opposite attained. no matter what effect West f

the vitiiena of Miami trust question is not at Is fortunes of surging --:.:.-..- u. :MUSES
I feeling among lea views
against certain prominent part all' surprising to those who are ic- struggling humanity STOCK. : Successor to A. W. Robert, f

there, lor their sensational action quainted, with : ;their association An Article,of Democratic Faith. West Palm Beach. ,S, \'11.-' REAL ESTATE AND !NSURANCE.Stgent -

and report lu fact the doctors Oochiau looks ttlie millionaire\ We demand the free and S.. I for Wrat Palm Beach Beat-h WAt..rIturu.To-a Lot, aMWfI't fI

then openly say, th-it they purpo! for inspiration ana Bryan coinage of both gold and silver at : ", 1'ulm NOTAUY rtsi.Ic.CIeuati ;
ratio of 10 to 1 '. i
certain ones for a flagon toiler iWhran il&i the present legal West Palm Beach I Avvuueuearthjve5tree' EIUrIJLWItAN&UN
prosecuting looks to waiting for the aid or consent of ; 5 gS ,w'S :;-21-9i WMtValm*oell. *
uud theperpetrated I with, pw-4 I
...* violation of the law .........., Advocate. of. the ,ruen ,.*bo.,. ""tlnn'e. ,. demand that _.-, LWItI i(
t r -r -- \K1T, r VVUCl aiv.T.
fact that the parties are. in tfgfsstanding money, wlidin v not th time or standard silver dollar shall be full AND SURGEONS: 1 1 bHEEN.!: CEO. 0. BUTUt

I will be no protection to inclination or brains to protect gal tender equally with gold, for West Palm Beach QllIS & BUTLER q
thenuleDryaD ut the champion) debts. public and private and we *' U BICYCLE "":' -
,hem.It \ haveto earn their treadby such'legislation as will preyent .. .. SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.
who vor l'
\ that a of thos'
without saying, of West r-vlw Beach
goes awent of their brows.1' the future tbe demonetization- .?'>v, _AND-- Ufflr at
lie the ... iab-tJirldrd and map lit
unit injustice tender money by, \ 1.&Ddlllt'sraIl1
ot legal
Injury kind laad bieaI
great the Goods Agency.r' I nUked. !S.'lectlD and tradlaf ..
retort I. opposed to PLANTS: Sporting specialty! "a.
wwh us u We are timber
: done to any place .. Ore&t Fashion Followers. contract.. b9ud a of_. ._. ,', I IlnIC and estimallnji correct work ....._..rkKt__-ul ->Lrout
bearing Beach ill ana % .
nlariu Interest 1
01 '
in spreaUing -- -- suing West Palm --- wall iw4v proirVt alt**
Suite, andcondemn GCMatthams munivation by
in this States' In time- ofpeace, a' Vuve.t r rtneg. -
1 this mun- United \ and Hlu rrlnt
I awlfalie n.portsas to any infectious Of all the races peopling the. trafficking with bankingsyndk'ates -... Keating; Bicycled Blickenderfer Type- tion.. Mel WESTPALUB&Vfi a UA.. 1tT4QEOLLQES.MAMS.

IVjul newa spreads like wild. d me sphere not one has such an extraordinary whlcb'In r exchange fur RETAIL GROCERS: writers Williams & Clark's I .

tlbmide.and ia copied into the putera| allover Kpitit of imitation as that-a hichiuhabitts bonds and at an enormous profit to LWBorkhardtVVest Palm BeachJ Americus Fertilizers. ; ;; I's, f

I fire, and true or untrue the Philippine Islands. ',No themselves supply the federal reasI' Oiver.Vest! Palm BeachJ --...... \j

S the the effect country: ia the saute-the iilaceadIsrKtMi sooner Paris Vienna does or new Berlin fashion in shoes arrive,trousers.from, 'I'ury gold with'"monometallism.gold to maintain: We-the re policy*opposed of Glen D Maihis G. Slrohm, West, West Palm Palm Beach Beach Gun .: and -: Bicycle .:. ReiillSkillfully .'!\ Deputy KNIGHTS! Supreme OF Commander THE VACCABEU

.. wnisuniuiecuouau'seaseIth ,,.,.e. cWru or. neck..ear.o matter howestravagant i to the policy and practice,of surrenderIng ----_..5.SHOE Stats Florid.' ,.
I...a.uuUt'tl for long time to come, |I[ .I.3 ou.I. than the Indian and the to the holders' the obligations 01 and promptlY Done and I For fbi OJ

: of"JtoiD Io"n I immediately adopt them. the United States the option reserved REPAIRING: I Au. REPAIR WORK WARRANTED. tt U Institute Tent. aiy vbere hi the Stat*.
Iiwe tbeimporllillCr and the half breed in by law. to the government of redeem- Mitchell. West Palm Beach -- For intoriuatioa addrvw
had been W R
II"I \ such reports American troops I '. *.
h. .vn-uJhig The such obligations in. either silvercola ._ LIKOIOEL.iDIM
\ big \
lB Preildlll8 few with their! brown New Store \ BestS, Flurid*.
: vIlii. tlienffeuse Manila only a days Escolta : or gold coin. Congress alone has MACHINERY: Palms Addition B. M. POTTER MgT G-l-Vj Wait Paint

;. 1 ?.Lie m>orta. The .-onaequenceawnrcely suits before _the. stores on the &. d... the power to coin and. issue. money.* '* -4 .and...rft STEAMBOATS AND. ,,-,.
besiegwl by natives ana half u ree President Jackson declared mat uua < Engineering .
; be measured. were Merrill-Stevens SOLE BARBER SHOP.
\ .buying aU the brown cloths.obtainable power could not be delegated to corporations SE31>

''fctjol, cotton or silk and in a few days or individuals. We therefore Vim.:'ScluuuU, Proprietor.

II OTHER cow s$ OF TillS ISSV they were all arrayed in suits ol the saTie\ demand that the power be to taken issue notes from TAILORING West:Palm Beach Y BARBELL, SUOl-, ( Formerit at Hotel Royal roUdaaa.)
article as money & Son
written to circulate
will be ftmnd a well color as those worn .by the army 01 oc- Abe Safranek
tariff : noticed the hats ol national banks and that all' papermoney -..- lu the To wo.
quoation. -They -- Barber
on the cupation. the : Street., Only White
b1 11. M. with a blue polka dot band. shall be issued.directly by Banyan.
While Vi' may !"! !ndre i.ll. th IndmafewdaysalHheIndiausandhair.1breeds !': treasury department, and be4redeem* S TRANSPORTATION LINES: .

: we must tODcf'de: the were wearing the same kind of able In coin and receivable for all Ocean S S Co. Jacksonville .9-U ailLQCUUi'E&.rrop'rWe Writ Palm Reach. Florida.

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;:4:. !'SHAKESPEARE'S- VIEW. : THE,:MISSOURI, VICTORY.LUe 'I I VICTORY SURE IN 1900. Dw WHAT U* Meet: AGED.tke :Dentaad_ ING.Far Csrlear TEXAS IN- BATTLE care the smoke to place to lift their before abota firing wen.aad todc Tbs' *

a**.'*&- .. Wklek the First Battle .f of Saall Denomiaatloa. CAPTAIN PHILIP'S! GALLANT SHIP IN Texas could have fired a 13 inch aarQ
: :
I ..Campalca. Waa VoBKat minute and & half.'bat'lhe fixed
The attempt of the treasury depart THE ,ORDEAt AT SANTIAGO.a every
Cus of the Fall of. the Great Influences: are at work with a view Democratic Nominee Wilt BeTriumphantly'Elected. ment to relieve the currency famine la only a few and landed, two cf them 4
of demonstrating that the election of with terrible effect in$heenem7'II4 &
.,Roman Nation.TICtIM Judge Shackleford In ,the Eighth Missouri i. .. an extremely tmance.Thpr instructive lesson is a In widespread governmental -- BlveLadlaar Duel With SpaatchBatt I The first dose fighting the TOIl -
district is a vindication rir.- *arrow Beaa Which
congressional the
One cf
with the Oqnendo.
of small I was
demand for currency ,
the Tea a Lttcky Sial.
of some new found Democratic shells of the latter burst over tbaTexav
MOBEY AT ISSUE. denominations for the ordinary business Good Ex_ullu ft' Her G..*..
Of 6SEEDTOB gospel and Ita sponsors. As a matter THE REAL QUESTION transactions of the people. Paper doing little serious damage beyond aet,"

of fact, the: campaign ,was.(ought out is the kind wanted, not silver 'opfrght, ISM by a L. KUmer-1 ting fire to the woodwork of the taper
on the-old flues Here is the full text money t structure. But the next shot was better

flte O*ca Qraa',.*..'*'' ,Wa. Bled of the official.,campaign letter sent.to. r..ea. Mmtform Glre Clear Ex- i dollars goldpicccs.or gold To meet dollars this or need five the dollar best: aimed and only narrowly misled mak.
t. Death br',
.... Flatoeraer. -Ceatraltuttea .( Republican and Populist: 1UM J. Bryaa I* tlae.Lo..leal. Leader ,. .:thtreasuryn- .. .. 01 ..;.... 1 ling luck. Itwua5liuch.beI1 and
tmeates of the t\J.
Wekbi' tktl Prnraer .1 DH.F. The result of the election to be held -N. DiBereae of O.lala Re. with the confession that even this t- States battleship pierced the starboard bulkhead! nader.neath -

.ral r.. tk. Pve.et Day.Vnerefer in this district.Aug. 23 is made doubly cardiac PhlllpBlae. War.I .t measure open,will be of doubtful utility. Texas at Santiago. the bridge. The ant obstacle ,..
important by the tact that it Is regarded It is immaterial of tta deck
... foeosea' ,.theaeturbUbt think that the Democratic party In Not one _dollar will be added to the met with was that port
Ubakeapeare; by both the great parties as the !I for the Interest structure called the hamnuk ttctriaj
all that U the Chicago platform gave a free full sum of money In the country by thismaneuver .
of hla gvnlus. opening engagement of the great battle Its effect will be simply to of a story which surrounds! the amokretack TaU
Boat obscure becomes plain and ID theplay of 1000. The contest rises above all and clear expression of the Democratic bills when the of this gallant is of steel Turning over the shell
add to the number of $20
of "Julio Caesar" be ,has illuminated personal considerations. Ihe nomineeof creed governing a number of subjects. demand Is for ones and twos. This ship in that bat went through the ,hammock battingsidewise ,

the wtwr of the fall of the Roman the Democratic party stands for the I think we ought to abide by that plat- prove' relief In'some directions, -; tie whether the > then struck a heavy atM

republic with the radiance of hUaleooct restoration 'of silver .coinage againstthe form without any amendment or modification. but may It certainly-cannot help the small famous remark door. tearing off the npper halt This

superhuman Intellect, writes farther Increase of the national I shall be entirely satisfied ; business transactions-In which lhe' cf Commodore last obstacle exploded the aheli. and U

$ debt by the substitution of national tb nominee who will sincerely Schley is credited hurled all ita fragment, Into the a&
W. v. Cyani In the Misnlm lppl Valley I any small bills are needed.
c'r1 bank currency for the presect .;l'few.I. __ dI- or not The hoist and through a fourth wall tf steel
Democrat The Uomans who made thefepb1Ie a cept that platform as the basis of his I But two ways are now open for the ::.
back circulation; against a big standing 'Bryan i U Texas was in the plating around the wntikcuUck. Th
the of tlu.ttitb werewonderful political administration Mr. Injection of new blood Into the currency -
greatest which the imperialistic policy of it and
army, thick larger fragments went through tb the silver circulation of the country, says The
the on
the leader of party
I : 'men-wonderful in their of the present Republican administration Bayonet One is the Issue of national she came out in first class fighting trim stack. and the smaller dropped ta fbuw
manllwM, 'tbetr disinterested' lovf of makes necessary" and against the plank. and he will be the logical leader with the other winners below. Smoke. steam and atbwj In .
bank notes and the other Is the coinage -
country tbelr anhrr and put denying dangerous aggregation of trusts which on the issue that will be formed If the of gold., The:first is an exceedinglyclum.y The Texas it will be remembered. volume, clouds and shower M1uwi14 r'ers

ttrw. lb 4r item nwUtaoce 'to *Uwhlcb ha)'e reached such startling proportions Republicans succeed, as I suppose they method. the operation of which went to the seat of war with a bad rep in the wake 4)f this agile tuiwilr *&&

offended their wnse of virtue.!. under the protecting Influence of Hanaalbm will. In passing their currency bill. If not on the necessities of the utation. She had bad accidents with for a time the men oa the Tent
Tb republican clearly Rome was ca The Repul>lian nominee in this the Republicans Insist upon the legal business community, but on the priceof out number in and out of dock and one thought their hour bad come Tbtwefff* I

jiti1. '110& merely ,of dying nobly' for content Is the avowed advocate of the enactment of the single gold standard. United States bonds and the probable night sank as she lay in moorings ward believed the after gun bat exploded "

bla:country. ,lte"kn w how to;- liveboMy single gold standard and if ell'CteJ-tQ silver will be the predominating Issue profit In the brae of notes based When she put to sea the last civilian and thfi. aft and atnvkblfR .'

fur hl. country. The men were congress will vote with his party net 3f the next campaign. : second has lately furnish a Brooklyn woman to shake hands supposed that the boilers ha4 ttrapierced i
thereon. The
thtHrraloua In drink and diet Tbe: only against restoring silver! to Its coin The Republicans will attempt to disguise ed a substantial_ addition to our stock of with Captain Philip had the ill sense The fin and nock focWi j'P! t

glutton and drunkard were looked on age rights, but also to wipe out the purpose 'and effect .of their but in unpopular form to remark to him that she bad also been from belowiudtheiithcr Mgt a &,> .
The women the present greenback circulation and legislation. but the real question will money an the last shake hands with the captain i&
With equal contempt since people do not like to use gold to fleet to suppose the Texas bad sivt*
wet.. reamed calm dlgnltted. full of substitute for It national bank currency be this: Shall the coinage of the silver of the ill fated Huron which went on disaster. -r-
itself and the Issuance
A Bold uodcttty. Their dn'tlll'was soainutin. which entails no burden upon dollar be prohibited and the legal ten- money paper the rocks in North Carolina. Captain 1--4. '
The Reuublican nominee der limited to $10 In one payment | money .against gold U. restricted to recurred One credit the sailor of tbe'i
.. (.hay wore ao few ornaments. the neoDle. power Philin. udil thnl this incident .
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-their Uatea- --'r were BO nnostmtatioaa.that also fttandd (or the Imperialistic policy ? On that question I have little I notes or large oenommauocs.These to him only once in the war and that claim for their gallant ship, aii

theIr bojtUnd aod fathers did not I of PtvskKV Mel lnlt'Y, which has for doubt that every Democrat and every considerations: of point stronglyto was at trying moment in the Santiago it was a 9 inch slieR from: .1tha& j

Owd to sfU tb*- r own virtue to'gratify its purpose the establishment of colonial bimetallist in the United States will the desirability currency legislation fight which blew up the destroysAfter

that feminine IeOf luxurious dl* dependencies similar to those of vote for the Democratic nominee.. I which will furnish to the peoplethe But the Texas had no ill luck. She the confusion which Miow.I

play .kkt betber In Rome under the ireat Britain! a policy which entails a think a silver man will elected. president kind of money they need at the had extraordinarily good luck. For instance I'visit of the iiiflamnn>H? shell pma t is
time they need it most The present
Camara or In France under the late constantly increasing standing army in her duel with the batteries rambling companion ptaiD.:1Wp'
Bourbona. l U always the sorest sign of and completely reverses tbe principlesupon I think the United States government secretary of the treasury would have at the mouth of the harbor some days saw that the battle lay between the

national d*..,. tb* ,auratt Indication of which the Ameiicau republic was Is doing everything that U requisite- to the banks perform this office. But whycan't before the great fight she was fairly Vizcaya and Colon and thi Anfc ka
I founded." crush out Aguinaldo's munitions of the government perform it as ships. The Teresa and Oqae&lu WIN
the coming revolution.U struck by a shot which. by all the rules
the time of Julius Caesar all this The above should settle the controversy war are supplied by some combination well? Whether the banks or the government .'I' about projectiles. should have finished seeking the beach plainly oat cf tit*

arrived inertly as t tradition. The over the lines on which the bat- somewhere on the coast of Asia. That Is to control the national currency her. yet she came out chuckling over fight and the Viicayg.. leading lbs

xiHnbed and tanwd Cicero could ad, tiC was fought and the victory won. combination Is fighting the United Is one of the storm centers of' the her escape It was a 6 inch shell which chase westward with the swift Golua

I mire It and betray it by web ntakufftsas All the speakers followed the Instructions States for a mercenary and malignant financial question and la bound to so struck her at the.end of her duel with on the inside. When the Texas finally

I wr Ulucirati'd iu the Cicerua of to keep the money issue at the purpose. It Is counting upon popular continue as long as the administration the .Socapa battery the last Spanishshot I passed abreast of the Oqoendu the

our own time, ineu of rood: Intentions rout. The BO called Populist candidate sentiment in tbe United States to recall purposes an addition to the privileges fired and the only one that struck Spaniard ran up the white flag to

'. without moral courage or the strong wall what we call a middle of the the American troops and make of the national banks.SHELTERING. the ship. The shell burst through plat escape further punishment Captain

.f Individuality whk-h virtue alone cant roader. That brand of Populists are terms with Agninaldo. That expectation ing. IJi inches thick.. tearing a jagged Philip gave'the ordir to cease firing

(trc, The stalemen and soldiers of against sUver. They hear no relation Is utterly vain and without any A THIEF hole. passed through the compartmentand and with theest speed of tbe Texas
foundation in fact The people In this a followed the Oregon ia bel chase afk!*
P Uu&i bad become' dissolute and cffmlnate to the Kansas-Nebraska Populists. struck a heavy st stanchion, cutting -
.I mimi Caesar, the greatestof The regular Populists of the Eighth country are satisfied with the results McKlaler Is Ok tr.etl. ; Jaitlee la a piece a foot in length entirelyout the two remaining'Bpaniank At thia
district! made nomination already accomplished by this war. the Case .1 Cap t at a Carter. time and until the e&l the Texas ctow4
them all. bad become so corrupt no and supported of it At this stage the shell burst
i that la Ills triumph bis own soldiers Shiuklfforrt. It was a victoryfor They' are determined to press it to a' Captain Oberlin M.. Carter. United Two of the larger fragments struck the the line on the east, and U the enemy

;, aantf aloud doggrral I "aUud..ulling silver and fusion and nobody can successful conclusion. We deplore the ,, States corps of engineers, was tried bya starboard side bulging the stout plat had turned about to regain Santiago

. bin of tU. root* Infamous rices. In make anything else out of it revolting features. We regret that Innocent court martial nearly a year and a ing to the depth of several inches, then they would have bad to wttit with

| t | fete Ualiic wars be took with him u -, '- men are being led to their death half ago and found guilty of having defrauded swept along the side of the chip cutting Captain Philip and hi* gnnnm first
and his selfish adviser the government of over ?!,- When theVlz.caya veered toward shut
of Roman by
coeupanluua tbe young *on DISINTER$ THE CORPSE. entirely through one of the heavy
but that U only an incident in the 000,000. He was sentenced to a fine of the Brooklyn and Oicgon kft her to
.., nlUhMMln. *. curled darling* of the nomaD suppression irons which form tbe frame and are as.
I plutocracy, who, having nothing Slmea Dollar n9cl.er. flletuli'laIsI of any insurrection. I am of $10.000 three years' Imprisonment and solid as a railroad rail A shower of her fate but kepton aft.erbe- QJoa.

I eJae to du, longed for the smell of blood From the, Tomb. the opinion that Mr. .Root U going to dismissal from tbe army. There was smaller fragments landed all over the The Texas did not fire upon the unfortunate

\'f''t and tile sight of carnage to give them This U the inevfeent way In which make an admirable secretary of war. 'not the slightest doubt of his guilt starboard side of the compartment cut-. Vizcaya for the was in tames

.* what. the ParUlanii can... new emotion. nl'PV_... \Viui'. _-<_lm---_ nf.._ tIn.... _Ivmttntbv_.-..S' __J _Messenger n.' lIe Is a very able man and a very fine i Ills case was reviewed by 30 legal and tin!r nff- rivet hearts nlnwinir the deck audit was.only a question of tiuiafor :' .
"I V ---."- speaks of a . 4' in of the complications that proof that be was a criminal His was pluckily firing all the time. Finally 1'
The educated upper clasa robbed the political corpse: any wounds. One man was blown to pieces
have caused disturbance in cir crime was Infinitely worse than that the Texas drew up oa the Bpa&iarl,
\ eooiucred without pity until from an Simon IVoMrcr P.uckuor has coute Ii, army and eight were more or less hurt
aristocracy virtuous and self denying life again lie tot at least managed cles. of a common thief or burglar. for he A dense smoke caused by the explosion and her" stern, flag wu quickly haded

mcthey bovine a plutocracy luxurious.UcmtkHU .to lift the Ill cf li's! poUtUal collin a There will be no difference of opinion appropriated funds which had been In-, of 'the shell paralyzed a four'gun down; Then two fearful up",* 11'
trusted to his honor as an officer. In Deemed to tear her to piece. *. This wjj
the American people In regardto
t 0 f eruvl to an almoat Incredible wpe ctaek-ln' ord the war. Both leaders: of the two spite; 6f these facts Captain Carter has the time when the gallant Philip h3d
:r esutit The vk-es ,.bk-b In every conn- I ghostly tcfi j\o. bad come in a battle crisis it might *
I ltP try arvotupany this social and political l- "It I in n'M: nctoral Vial I'cJonel Bryan great political parties, Mr. McKinleyof up to' the present time retained his have had fatal,results to his men: "Don't cheer" beys The

condition are too horrible for contem- should ,-;'.;>,) ). \ thiI.C1tl1cia of a the Republicans and Mr. Bryan of freedom his position his sword and /: poor fellows are dying. Soma of tba
his He has been living in luxurious unfortunates had been hurled into the
I latlu... nominee nhn. BI I is wat'detl; by the the Democrats' concur that the war salary. The first striking incident of the bat- -'
E llad the people been sound the pub- mass of his own M.JIJU:ti'is. o'.taiiunl I must prosecuted to a successful con- apartments and squanderinggayly tle to those on the deck of the Texas i water, while other bad taped over

I- Ik would have Ut-n saved even bad hid uomiuatious. by fnutluk taithuds clusion. No political party that opposes tbe money' which should bare | wan the picturesque prtlCC&'i OD of Cer- | board in dt pair.

, there been no Cato no Brutus readyto Lcains a cilino similar to that the United States government in [Len' spent on the harbor improvements I vera's ships Said an officer to Captain -

] fall upon bis$ owa sword for liberty. enacted by the, Kentucky contention its earnest attempt to 'suppress the insurrection of Savannah.The' Pbili "They certainly mean us to The inane of the Colon closed the

Dot as Shakwpvare shows the Roman was perpetrated by the Ciiicago ccnention in the Philippines will be ;. blame for obstruction of Justicecan think they have started out to do busi drama of tha day, and tbo part of the

comuma people they too bad lost all \, Iu IKKl in wrongfully ejectingthe sustained by the American people, andI be: traced through the red tape ness" teferring to the huge Spanish Texas In that affair baa not been clearly
mob am satisfied that the Democratic party I mazes of officialdom up to President understood Again cktti the line
,tn_ They bad become a mere Michigan and Nebraska delegations battlrfl.tg9.jiying defiantly aloft.
cannot be led into that attitude.- McKinley. Either because Carter Is I. and was ready to dispute with the [x>w.
Of hero worshipers, liable to and illegally Mating the routt'ft-I A lieutenant OJl..th6Texls looked at .
from Ohio or because of the political I trful the'road back to Santiago -
belli and then by any designing wouodrei ing delegation from Nebraska of Senator Morgan. : her boru moyte and Wlaimed. "Where Spaniard
influence of his friends McKinley has in the Litter should tarn to
who made trade of courting "'" _. cadH
'1 : a which he was a members and which art our bittl fla'a! 1' '
their favor in order to aell his popularity Illegal action made him a possible candidate THE COINAGE RATIO. shown an Indefensible desire to lightenor "They won't have: any misconception wade the Brooklyn and Oregon. All depended

;:i1 at the highest warket price. for presiili-nt\ lie could not -,-_.- remit his sentence. This conduct of about our being;: in battle" said; the ultimately upon the Oregon.

4 1 Cat-oar bad bwwue tbe Idol of tbe mob consistently refuse his support to a Three Re*.an. Why It Mutt Remain I the"presideot must necessarily hare avery captain dryy! ",: She aline was a match in tpivd and

I' \ twraUM lie brought many capthea nominee whose position Is. so closely at 10 to 1. Injurious effect upon the public "Y J what u a battle without battieuerrioVd -, strength for the CUon. If she twt withaccident S.

huuw to Rome whose ransoms did the allied to his oun." "We do not hold the ratio of 16 to 1 mind. .destroying. confidence- In." the. impartiality flatrsV' the lieutenant and the Brooklyn was &o DM lib

\ public coffer: ML" The Idea that their The Democrats of Kentucky could to be, like the law of the Modes and of the law. For the lesser gave ortLrs to have them run up. I i I f;* her antagonist, although she woOl :
\ through the Persians, unchangeable. It Is neither crime of obtaining $T 0,000 under false have fought to the death. _
frvatrtt gain most come well afford to disinter Simon Boliver It transpired that the flags were
\ roUwry and oppresnion of tbe wean and Inject the elixir of life Into,him sacred nor supernal It Involves uofundamental pretenses Lord William Neville is now lucked in a Ivcter and the quartermaster I Captain Philip says that the cl.

\ bid taken so strong a bold upon In order to Induce him ,to go over the : principle. What,we want serving out a sentence of five years in who had tlu key was just then out cf Texas actually gained un the ( .\JII.

', \ them that the republican Idea no Ionget state and repeat this attack on Bryan.It Is to open our miuu to the free and the Wormwood Scrubs prison. Eng- reach. "Smash the locker. then" \ There was but little firing on etofer
InflurtRxnl tbi'ia at all Imperial- of both gold and land. lIe was a lieutenant In the Brit side. For fully two boon the rtrejavia
\ Is of neb as Butkner that the ma- IUlI'Ilt.'nlll'ntolnage bhoutod lieutenant to messengerwho ,
\' Uu, reJvMog In the oppression of oth- jority of the present bolters are com silver at some precise ratio. We believe ish army and his father was one of I brought the information on deck. a Ust of speed and -tenuiut4im..

\ era they were the easy rk-tlms of plutocrsry posed. ,Few of tht'Ill.lOwe'er are so tbe parity of the two metals can be the pillars of the Tory party yet he received The locker was smashed and the battle- I The Colon was making for jcttta/

\ wbkb bad fed fat Its abomln- Indiscreet as this senile person. By all maintained at the ratio we propose. prompt punishment for bis flags hoisted aloft to stay.It I I headLuids. and the Brooklyn lay oL her .

i aIM% ekes oa tie spoibi of tbe world. means resurrect him and exhibit him We want to try It. We want to begin rime. Why has there been this long was the Teresa, the bold Teresa, ?

\ The tdta of civil liberty which Lad : In the c campaign throughout the state. I where we left off and determine" by delayv In Captain Carter's case? The with the largest and most defiant bat- I

Bkade Rome great survived only to reproach careful andg ard- experiment American people would like to know tleflagi which first! felt the weight of

4: Its degeneracy. Tbe civil wars AT HIS OLD GAME. whether we are right or wrong. At the 'secret of Mr. McKlnley's affectionfor the Texas metal At first the Texas I i&3 ;

be wtvo Bulb and Marlus. Caesar andPnt'ey. all events, by experiment and by experiment this uniformed: swindler.-New steered to meet the Spanish flagship at .
bad confirmed tbe power of Mr.. Carter IU. &ot Forgotten Tricks alone, will we reach the ratioat Journal the mouth of the harbor, but the Spaniards .
I fdfttoitacy. Raze adienturea from all of III. Trade. which gold and silver dollars can be turned rapidly westward. compelling k

? Ottf the world nuiuey lenders, usanrs.spe From 'Washington comes the Interesting coined on equal terms and kept at par. Bryan Ucry Poor. Captain Philip to change his "':!

uator.. roLLers of the public Information 'that the Hon. I The American peoplemust soon deter A,,great many of the Republican papers course. At that moment the Brooklynwas .

trcflsurr.. aUk,} thcmwlves with, the Thomas__ Honrv_ Carter-of Montana has mine whether they will have bimetallism after the nomination of Bryan in steaming northeast making the ,. -

;I on hUh of a dvcayvxl aristocracy. staid nmn over at the national capital long or abandon it If we are to haveIt 1800 sneered at him because of his pov famous loop and it was then for a mo- l\'\' kI., "wriI". "':

k )In wboav backs bad been cut by theE enough to assure our noble executive we must begin it. and the difficulty erty and argued from the fact that be ment that the captain of the Texas felt ii!' \" ; I ,., : \, '-I.

-E .-LIIIII l of the Iktors mere vagutionds that he (Thomas Henry is prepared to of beginning It is augmented by every had not amassed a fortune that he was more alarm than at any other stage of I:. J ,. ",{/ "\,<<, ;-. ,
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and petty thieves. were advanced by pledge; the wild vote of the entire west year It Is delayed." not a ht man to be president of the: the battle and recalled the ominous ; : -

tbf power "f money to the highest statki. to our noble executive upon a platform We regret to say that the extract United States.: This line of attack is words of his injudicious caller at the ? !: !!

The world waa searched over to defending the old dag and approvingthe : from Mr. Stone's speech delivered\ on still persisted In and reminds us of navy yard dock. All the ships were II : !
find enough to be worthy to lutuxlcatetbrin. war In the Philippines.' This is I Saturday evening.Aug. 19 at Buncetou nothing so much as of the comment of firing. and the smoke was so dense' that lr.ii f; t".

Tbey held tbe doors of prefer- not snrpiising. The lIon. Thomas Mo. Mr. Stone has evidently forgottenthat an old Englishman who resided In I nothing could be seen beyond the ship's ;, I'1 I 1ill f Wi !

t&vfit and the young men of Rome who Henry Carter laid the foundations of the ratio of 16 to 1 cannot be Springfield. ( &, on hearing the result sides. Suddenly there was a lull The : I \ I
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of the national convention of 1SCO."What fired aU her one \\1 I : ::
vUbed .d aDCewent must either rwDooitce hb fortune while pursuing the honorable eliminated from real bimetallism. Brooklyn had gnus on ., .r .,
bis bopi or prostitute his powers calling cf a book agent In which There are three reasons why the ratio i !" said be. "Abe Lincoln nominated side and was waiting to bring the .
canals I W PHILIP.Battbili
If bu be eliminated for president of the United other side to bear-the same with the
to their puriMMK be "ere >eenouxb vocation he developed to its fullest extent -! cannot : ( > Tuu.)
fur their use bU adtanceueut I the acuity of administering whatis 1. It Is the legal and long establishedratio. States! Can it be possible A man that Texas and a breeze lifted the clouds

Would be rspkLIJeua I coll
,"l'umllls" freeman dragged to all and singular his victims. lIe 2. It is the ratio of production on a fast and carries It home himself!"- Philip saw. bearing toward the Texas t get to a Next came the (1e.gi,

bis tbrict, three ells of purple bgaikmg I has never lost this valuable accomplishment basis of 500 years experiet. Bayonet and plunging on at a tremendous speed. closinganuthergaptotheaca.aadLi.

I th ;.sacrvd way while \Irtue I and he is undoubtedly exercising 3. Any attempt to change It would' the Brooklyn. The apparition took his ly the Texas to prevent .and ret*.

starved tn the byways. The army was it our noble executive depreciate the present full legal tender Impertallim Disapproved.The breath away. "Back both engines When the Colon .rnl- run

j I tuvd now by I'ouipey, now by Caesar, t clear upon and well defined standard,silver dollar. of which there issue forced by the Republicans hard I" was the quick order and the on the bach the th "."IItJmm
'"_ ..._ .....'.._.I ,......t.. ... nmv.. with some purpo6l L _, .In_ tha__ _" "I..llth'a_. _XftaoAiiri.___.. _'!_:___"H___ nrvm W.-__ .I .. L. ana a ia alonm o- unitetaueously. -.iua-t..- --
iu -%w V I I UU J U&0- w r'V are now some ;SHU.UUU.UUU in mammotn tsrooEiyn swung guwiapast
VI 10 Rome and under the colonial If the truth were known Mr. Carter The commercial ratio U the eXlstt'nce.l which they counted for gains was the before half a dozen of the ship's .
.jfstcui at Its tllwax the wealth of the dropped in to see about some portant of all of the alleged expansion policy of President McElu- company either vessel knew what The Texas was handicapped th
prolully the smoke her
wot U was rentralked in this city, and with a viewto to remonetization of silver. It wouldat ley.- The Issue of imperialism and of had seemed imminent fighting by o own g

:r where, of coarse.,It was controlled by ttusui establishing} appointments amiable relations with once adjust itself to the natural Philippine war was clearly defined I Captain Philip said that he wantedto This was rolled back by t light
The blasts from the
tbe &MM| 4. perate scoundrels of Joe the pie dispenser he proffered offhand and legal ratios in answer to, the inflexible in the platform and while the result fool that woman if possible but he prevalg ( gus

plutocratic class Imperialism bad.creat certain goods which be has about as law.of supply and demand. To proves the fidelity of the Democrats, had felt for a second that he'd have to was p..tru enough t
the the
oilIt was against loch conditions much ability to deliver as had his sa- admit that there is a doubt on this to the party programme it signifies give in She was a Brooklyn woman force Lnd rip

; thai tbe dagger of Urntus was raised lade majesty when upon a historic point is equivalent to denying the more-it signifies popular disapproalof and spoke the hoodoo words in Brooklyn porting stanchions beneath tb The

t tn protest. The end was inevitable occasion be proposed to transfer certain whole principle of bimetallism.OMo the McKinley administration's pol- It was the cruiser Brooklyn which were two 12 in guns shots U th lip u
several of
; and Shakespeare tell* what, It'was ID real estate to which be didn't have Icy.-SC Louis l'os -Dispatch. I seemed fated to make the hoodoo terribly Spaniards. tir the fight with the u do

the clone of the tragedy; even a tax title. It is not worth whileto Platform. I I potent. but the hoodoo on the the Texas fruu
Mayor Jones is running on the golden A Hard Row to Hoe Texas was ofLAlthough stroyers pra ia.w
.l.-ll.iq .w 1D111'Ut<<. Btrttofftr take Mr. Carter serlously.hIcagoChronlcll : 13 2.700 .
..*-. W>4 UM mart, tat ... M raa oa tuAatoirTI -. I rule; Nash, Mark Hauna's candidate, is Missouri Republicans who desire to guns ft
>i$*u UM tiMM ROOM o( them t& _n__ __. running on the gold rule; John R. Mc enlist the national organization of their early and heavily engaged the day 8J5 projectiles. .
lU tW CuMtltnlOlt MV. Mil} WHl o'n party In the disheartening work of the Texas fired less than one-half the GU>BOK L Kn
i Plutocratic FarmerLI Lean is running good old Democratic -
According;: to the Republican editors, principles. U remains to be making Missouri a Republican state
of the
The Hottentots, now one
1M CMIUIII* pud to all. nub OM ..l UKA I prosperity has made bondholders and I seen which of the '_candidates will are baring a hard time of it as the twoI the ships. Captain Philip says that the .
of mankind
Utk.. MMl Ih drtncOU stand the vital orders t18 gave that no shots be fired except est. spl'lt ;tI agia ago.
| IU) tth Cl plutocrats out of the western farmers. : make the best Impression lu OhIo.- I great parties now on "' ,
I I* 1IItk4 Is km mist Mint saigttgaad upi Issues of the dal.- t. Louis Republic. on a good target were carried out sue of the most highly tvU''
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Topic, For the Week,Begin*!** Oet Topic For the Week_Beglamlm Get. :\ : '
axing fltnlutfC
I a-Co; aa.eat br: Uev;.. H. Doyle. ,
, LESSON t.fOU"T, ,Q Af\TER"NTE '\- ; 1,"O>r Ow. Chmrek"-Text.Fa. r
oW'C.L1Iat: do foe :, The Best UMnr Made Ugbt RDnJII!; Itll. 1
To'IC..ourc cut me > -
KATY NAl.SERIES, OCT. 1. cxxli, '
.' ..: t Noiseless
kef? P. cxiil. 1-9. (A ratctiuf to 'dieroa: de-
nooJMtiou. i *} york led t y the putor.) .,. -... ,
"Pea.ce be within thy walls and
Teat *t the Lr..... P.. snort-Metso. I. This psalm is a pilgrim aocg. It was within SoU'Ajrent for be fnuiona Wall Trtftk. fiat ;
prosperity thy palaces.
I tresses made UrdU.
..t.'Ve.CIa. ttGolden Text' Pi: ndOUbl@ny.eompoledwithrefereDceODe to ACuai*
The motto given by Bishop Matthew .'
easil. Cwjamemtary Prepared Itr to of. the great yearly festivals Simpson to the Epworth League at the pleteltueut' !

the flew. U. U. alearaa.tCopylttit. when the caravans of pilgrims went tip time of ita formation is the sentiment P'U7iNITURI: ;

vie by D. it. Steatrnal to the holy city. The psalmist rejoice. I I given for consideration this week. .... ,.; ofailile crlpiii>."8 t I:. {
.I'f.. -
TW t. t.nr uf 13 touxiH-utiTe psalms in the call of his friends and neighbors "We live to make oar chnrch & rower : Wholesale! Iud R-tllt. Paby Carriage truH. |iiDp : S

S ,cu tu s\li\"l. rat'h i iiititli-d "\ Song of to come and go np to the house of the in the land while we live to love every t<' |20. Go'CarUi. IWrtRefaturs,lr.. tb*kU,

Dt-'t't.; itutl tthMitiaiftl with Jerusalem Lord. The procession moves forward. other church that exalts our Christ." Ete. lJt

and the tiiiifUf aud llic worship of G J.Tbrj Jerusalem U reached. '"Our feet are U is advised that chapter ban ,. -
every lgnsint
iN ::io with trouble bat Vtul 'withpraer standing ,within thy gates, 0 Jernsa- a meeting led by the to discuS _.:"- .We hue a eon"I Oak ]iio .r...on4

cud tk-tory through the.Lot J taat 1 lain.I'" Ile descrtbea the sit y of Jeruea_- denominational; work.pastor One of the first Reed Rockers that will be sold very J.... W. ..
mad> tMawu and earth In studyingthrro handle the t'U1II1I1 tlrveland aud IambhrB1tYijls.
\. I lent and bursts into prayer for her peace which t
things observer in
impresses an .
sir rapt k>( 7a<.i, JvruMtfeui. Israi-l and prosperity.! This psalm and its iur- ;.<\':'
; and Ih* lutiuiu nuuu just what tLey.*ijr meeting a live Christian worker ia bis .:"., \ r''
wkut roandinga suggest denominational That EHitrla! attention givwi to our Man OrO rs.
I t. and take or UIUI UTUKHI" from i* loyalty. was a .
Aid it.nmTiiug tbl' 1. 1. We should be devoted to oar own characteristic mark of all the best workers ,- We Uaraytee SIotbJ..dl,1I. tx-th tu yuwls mJrliew.

t 1. "I war dad when th) sail uuto me. church What'.devotion for Jerusalem of both Old Testament and New Call on us,or send in your orderi" tit I

14 u* so iutu the houf of. the 1.01 id-f" and the temple poetst-feted> the heart of Testament times. Love of one's own 15 and 17 Laura St,JACKSOSVILLE fLA.

I Our wb' ixtiilil! truly Mr, "l hare pre the poet who wrote this paalin I Be cbnrcb-trne love-ia apt to be coupled .> ,',,;:.. ',-' ONLY 16.00Ohas. .
with ill my'might for'the house of loved he looked the 4-21 D. E. COOPER M'f Co. .
fMrftl Jerobalemj upon I with respect for every other true chnrch.I .,' g t; .i
e ,. my Cud. I,,",.IIM" I hare set my affection holy city;, be admired her stateliness i I Every Leaguer should make himself vuaGiVbf- t
M to the him*** of my G
M a.kPDC't" of hit nft't t'tlf't1. gim of her early grandeur, and his heart
the of the Methodist !
history Episcopal
Lie own pruH gnu.l 3,000 talents of gold N.WeIshansj &
with he recalled the
swelled pride as
and ;.fXJ) taleuU of silver the gold alonebriax'mntl .church and should be, intelligently ac- t
fact tbat JernsaU-iu had been the gathering -
f' in value to about $75,000- I quaioted with onr special views and
iu place of the tribes cf Israel; that and know hold these t
OOU. b* wSsit! truly talk of rejoicing customs why we
the wwmhip u f Cod ((1 Chron. txis. 24))1. here they hud given testimony nnto the peculiarities. We should also have a -STATE AGENT FORi i

F iii. prayer mwded in that chapter; Lord and rendered thanks unto his good kncwkdge of the characteristicsof

: ahi>w. hut Least toward Cud his entire Dame Every Endtinvorer tbonld be thcronsjhlv each of the other great denominauuua 1

1 d' 1'\ lli'I"* upuu Him. : devoted to hid own x-hnrch. Bebou4 I Ile L I), I I\JI. p
\ &, "Cur fret hatt stand within thy iu out own uuiuiuumiy. pee I unman Ut artinez aimsLime >> '
know her fast history and rejoice > !l this, we. ought to be well posted aa'to ; 1 ;
gaten. 0 Jeriualera! There i III ever 9miuukiQx .
\ in it He should be familiar with the connectional benevolent societies The I. ,
the Jerusalem that
forward to her present greatness and should joy in their past history and standing. ,1
ithaU never be pliu-kt-d op cur thrownrtfuwn hearted present .' Brick Shingles.. i .1
'. that alsa Atpiritof loyal. true to
: any uwre, the city uf truth to which The most thrilling romances ever writ t ?
devotion to the church will pot ui in _" '_'1':0 ,
-uatUtiw haU Lv gathered tu worship ten are not mere fascinating than the
the\ l.u.d b the JJJT that ate looming the proper frame of mind to do all we facts frequently coining/ to the surfaceas '. .' Cement and Coal Tar. j,!

iltr. ixxi. 38-W; 7-&" 'h. vhi. 3, 21.23. ; sir, i can for her best interests and advance- we study\ the progress of OUt church i
llU Ua. li. 2. 3), fur Jcrnauleui hUt be ment. in different lands. "

the throw' of the I
!ball W. gatuiivd imlu It. to the name of the services of our own church.
r the. 'Urfd. tu Jeriuak-m 'Jl.... iii. IT). It The upon poet was glnd when the call came in and the women work who of our are church associated around with the us : -': ._" 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10- 1.9S t

.. take/lie.. aixniftcaiu-e of the name City to go up to the house! vf the Lord. He world the more we meet with rank and t 1 ..
i>f ..11'. then we tau 'teci'ive aome of i. I 1
i : was ready and anxious to go. He prized file from various localities as well as
the ptWl'tu* truth that, are for all be-
lierenu *lli-re our ttaxwl' Cud wa to highly the privileges God's house with the leaders of the host the more Sun. LITTLE BROS. J

be and actually wa iu due time cruc-ined and considtifcd iFs pleasure and net an we shall appreciate the grandeur of oar '

1 fur u.. aud +Ue uf the latest refervnLestu irksome task to attend them. Would' calling the heroism of the workers the

JeruwiU-m In tlie! Hill U in tie.* that this spirit prevailed more in the I pressing needs on every side the call FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE I:, W
f words. "Where al*> our I.ord wan cruci- hearts of the church people of today 1 for steadfast courage: and diligence on COMPANY

&.._" IIt..IIP., _J.l, 81._. 3: rot oil y would the hnnuo -10.11--- hA ..
our own
buildd'a' pan.Boasting '
3. "Jenibah U a city that often but from its inspiring -
". more frequented and pride are at a great dis Jacksonville Florida. .
.la ti,inpa.t t (f..tbr, Drputiful for hit'atliMi ,
services influences wonld go of small val
count. Mere numbers are
the Joy of the whole earth Uliunnt
Ziou. uu the aid* ofUbe north forth that would quicken into new life oe. The spirit which impels us is the

the rity ut theGnsit King..God will estate and vigor all forms of church work. It point of great value. Loyalty to. OUt associates A Chance to do'Your If you are requiring; Fertilizers: for Vegetables, '.'

lUh It fonTt (tll. siria. 2, 8).ttttI.; and is just as possible for as to find joy in oar denominational mission '

i at nintikr w trd_ iiMKvroliiff_JetuduU-m; God's house as it was for the psalmist.Let and our personal opportunities is a : -'- .,-;. Pineapples eta, write to us and we can give you r
In UluMi ;rtbe literal cnltivate this spirit more and "" ,' 1.0
must m* referring t us grand way cf cultivating allegiance to :
value for than any other Manufacturer
city there DavU n-iCOI-d)3 i year overall more Let! us learn to properly prize and Jeans Christ. .' '- your money .
l rad and Judah ItSjia. v 5)) The of God'a house. ,'--'.
appreciate the services i: ;- ; : or dealer in this State or from aty ;
apiriiual h+tt.Corthe church U ti.auJ 3. We should pray for our own Walla .( Defeace. '4: !' '

ta K|>h. U. .!!>- !. inclading these word. church. "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem. There is danger as well as helpfulness off?,",::;. < :' other State. Write for pamphlets, price, etc., .. t
"In thus itbat U.rJenu. Chrlstl all the -
which ia
shall tbat love thee. in the spirit of liberality
bonding fitly fran*) together crowetbButn prosper to above address. $.1
walls and influential at the present time. The ,
Peace be thy prosperity so
au holy tewpk-ill the 1..l1'd. in whom! :
within thy palaces." The peace and wider the circle of our acquaintancethe
ye aUu are. buiW d. toitether fur an habitation .
& wf nod throng the Spirit( :" tU> in prosperity ft our church should have more do we find diversities views

f threw Word iu Cot. Ii. 19. "The brad conttaot place in onr prayers. and we on vital points. We are often surprised Job11r ..

from whkh all |)te body by joints anJ ibould alas pray fur the whole church to find men of much experience and ed* I

bawls baring nunrUhmeut mini t..rN and jf Christ the charrb universal ncation holding opinions we had supposed -' fTHiTllE. MY SPECIALTIES:

knit toirether ifea'th. with the incrt-are Bible Readings.-'P*. Ixvi, 1-15; I ItUliv.l12i1uvii.l.jc.l.5cni. were erroneous and doing things : {

Af UtJ. we have been taught were wrong. Oar -- ;

4. "Whither the tril-en jfo op. the tribe 17-19 ; cxxxv. Hi; cluvii. 1.8; Math own belief and practices are put to severe FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES
of the I urd. unto thete tiQiouy of Tara 4 1 1t.
< ( the liii, 10-20) ; Acts ii. 42-47 : n. 2l ; Evh tests! as we enlarge our world of CORNER
pen thanks unto the name of CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS -
bird." Three time iD'tllt', year all themale v. 25. 29: ileb. I. 23.2.. observation until it sometime makes ,, : .
ns wonder if. after all there is any FANCY TEAS AND COFI F.E.S. "
: in luraei of a certain: age were ., ,
eniuraanded tu go tip to JeruaalcuHtu.wnohip Veil Will Be Lifted. fixed standard cf truth and anjnrea'trole .. GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

The__ time._._, will, nndnnbtedlv_ _ of e
the lord and to trop the teak, ;. .n nn.n. 'come right. j IN.. SKASOX..
Of UuWvcui-d bread, the team vf weeks when '1u-Tby light wa shall 6ee light." Then rows the plausible explanation u -- -

and the trial of tabernacle, always The affliction of the present resemble tbat all depends on personal convictionand :

brtaffiiiK an s, '.-ring UH-ut. iri 16). It b what the figures and ,onsi ltly gashes sincerity that every one has a right NEW STORE NEW! GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT. "

lost .111 to lit.eiu this a leaaon for the were to the Israelites when: encamped( I to his own opinion and the test of all ,

rfanrib Buliiut it 1b, contrast alto! beneath the savage! cliffs of kjinal.Theirdoom : right and truth is your sincerity in

plate hid fi>r ibtff*|>-ially U now reveals n.. t-itjr Himsiclf.DO t artbwhere but ; and terror and mystery were all holding to it or Prompt Free Delivery on bib Sides of the Lake.

e Wberetrer twu ear three meet in the name gone when beheld at the far distance I But there are truth and right and

wf the fold JO-UK He III i always in the the.-- final of-. pvcniniHn.- .--.-"' --. tOIl.. will un. .vour. --r- duty and their test is nottbeopinionofany J. F.
"' 101.... :xperieaces of trial be when seen bathed 'one nor his imperfect practice. OLIVER Proprietor.

& "For there are sat tkruncu of jndg in thegloryof nnsetting snca. What Differences of belief and habits only I

slat. ,..e Ihemiiit of the house of David." oow is like the tolling of fnneral/btlls show the many ddednessof life the imperfections

$.Ilw of tbem thnmea of jndgmi">u! are will then appear rather to have been of the best judgments and ;
mentioned. in ih ut. srti. 8 0; II Cbron learn : '{
preparatory and preparation' chimes the need of diligence and care to t ;:
who risbteottidy -
its. 8. and all king reigned ringing in the festei'wurshipera to the the real' way and train cur powers to do
their" throne for the
I ord who sitting placed opus them there may U in church of the glofififa. No purpose cf the best _:'< .'. .;, J ,> ,

eluded iu the ihrunra of judgment. The God regarding! yon will remain unfulfilled The value of the doctrines of our t r

oaward.a.k/ {ill tu the fulfillment of Math no.flower nucrowned with bloa-: church lies at this point They should .', J' > W."i:;," '"" -, a
'; t
tlx. 23. whn the twelve aponthw shall 111.-J/R' Macdnff. D. a be known by our young people and if ",4' ."V ,:-

t alt nn 12: tbnme* judging the 12 Cribs of vf* known will prove a wall of defense "' "-:, -.- -----4 .; Recognizing the demand in West:Palm : .
Israel The word for the church in f.iund -,: Tbr Gift of iod. against assaults of ignorance and bigotry -

la n..,. iii. 21. where our Lord' said. "T.: Perhaps no cry in Cairo u more striking and doubt. These doctrines are not : 1": ,:}' Beach forGftflrl

him that ,oteivouirtn will I grant t.t, tit
than that of the water carrier. the utterances of any one man or company -
,.with Me in My throne, even aa J 'aao! "The gift of God,I" be cries as he goes of men. but are the neat foundation TU/x '1'.nnnfll 1 Hn I Inn of DoocnnohJfl! Dolce' 1

terrine In UN and tbnme.am aet" down with. My Father lions with the watertkin on his sbonl- principles of divine truth, holding me iiupiuuouiijob ouuu itc ai mia UllaUII; naiud,

ier. It i* very likely that water to invaluable firm through all and worlds. They
Jerusalem. ages
& ''1' frr the peace of Courteous Treatment of All Patrons
They mall| pn."tp
ftiwUar itHuuiand la found in Isa. Uii 6. onntries. was in Christ's day spokenjf. and are the sure facts on which 10!

T. *Ve that are the 1..IfJ'1 remeuibrr.nceii aa DOW HS "the. gift of God," to denote faith can rest securely. Every chapter J

keep nt kihmv and give Him no teat its! Iredon.; -n t. If so Jesna' ex- should spend some time in the study of The Arctic Ice

till lie extaMUh and till He make Jeru presMpn to the woman would be very our foundations of belief and practice; Works
talem a praise in the earth. This can forcible. Life In '
;-"Ragged Egypt. know what it is to be a Methodist and DepartmentPrints
rotbin else in the light of the ion
text aud <>f alt& tvrii tore than that we Reading the Clble. be cne from conviction and intelligence. ;( OF MIAMI FLORIDA,

arc ever tu pray fur the aalvat'hm of Israel Give the Bill a chance! It appears There is'DC defensive protection- so : :'. f
valable aa conviction based on know
and for the time when Jerusalem shall

tw a city tlf troth and Israel a righteous opinion very often of: the that Ali ministers lady who are called of the all edge. Have made arrangements to carry a full :
In the midst of theearth
,, aatkm and a bleoaug a
to all nations. the church services' the "trimmin's" totheeermon" Barrlera and,Be.le........, .': i Letter Heads. .v, supply of Ice.which will be delivered to I

e T. "I'race be within thy walla and pros andpf "noaccoant. It is The old fortifications which formerly '.
perity within thy paUo-" This U whit surprising .to hear bow badly some inin- surrounded Paris were some years since Note Heads ,. :, '''; all parts of town promptly and regularly. -
laaUh. by the Spirit, says shall surely inters can and do rea the Scriptures. r .=' .
-- leveled and made into a grand boule WeJ! will endeavor to merit your
.... "Thy fitea hall be"|ien continually, It wonld be strange if the people bad vard. ,At the same time wide and beautiful StatementsBusiness -
They shall not be abut day nor tiijht much regard for the Bible after the avenues'were cat through some of patronage.
Thou ftull rail thy walls 8alvati: and I Cards .
minister had shownso, little.-Univer- '
thy gates I'ra bit.. and I will make the I Leader.. the oldest and most densely populatedparts
place of my feet glorious and they stall saljat of the city opening np the slams I Bill Heads

Mil the the City of the Lord. the ZIoj: IB'Toaeh With'ill Spiritual Work.A and letting light. air and publicity into : H H. COOK, Local Mgr. <

of the IMy One of lnravP lisa. tx. 11. which! filled .A.
thould be in touch with'every quarters previously And all kin Is of Fine Stationery ;:.'
18. II U>. With many suchlike word pastor with squalor and crime.In .
.b the future Jerusalem deM.-ribed "beaker part' f the congregational work:so the of the
progress present century
name shall forevtnuore be JehovahahauiKtah. far aa to know that all is being carried '
much the same thing has occurred in t :
the Lard ia there lEx. xlviii. on. bat bo should have direct part in Are You Supplied ? Z _-f / .
the churches. It is not that
so long .J
85 Hut b'i.. ekiv > work. If he ,is a ago :

the holy (''ity, the N.>w JnuuUm.hb; stranger in the Sabbath school and loyalty to one's own church and creed .' .r-r : ,
., -. ,
was supposed to necessitate the denial 't .'-. .
.b tat CIIUH- down from God out of young people's meeting he will find .- .-".'' '.. \ :
keaveo and I Is ilt-M-ribi'd a< having streets of the truth of all other beliefs and the '.. -: I' 1 :
that the bonds bttwtyi him and his Give us Trial Order .>: ,. :.J j
..f purr p4,|. .'alIhat\ stem to be of d attH withholding of fellowship from those ... :" ,'-., ...
people are not increasing in strength or .,
>U>\, the f"IU.llttlnnl garnished with all who did not agree in all points. Each : :
Biaaner uf jmi.1811 .I.>IM... every gate tEndern: s.-United Presbyterian.Be ( church seemed to hedge and wall itself ".r'.. It

nor pearl the ulori of dad. ..1l1l lights it \._.t. Afrxld.Vken .. i in from all others and from the world Established 1875.. r .
and the I.HII.L !n... the llirtit tiu,__>rniftill -, drew. I f !
o'er your epirit'i sunlight The change in these things has been
Dark tluudi ul tuna sweep, lone of the marked improvements of And We Will
8. "Fur my brHbrvn and compauhina'a And you, from nature's gUduea William A. Bours & Co.Crain
I *.>4 | will now *ay. I'eavi be withinth ; Do turn away to weep \recent years. Beliefs have been modified .

***.** Wb? Israel hall have lecomo a There U t Kiting SaviourWi ... by wider knowledge and are no
richtnina pm>|:le. It U1 te aa life from outifort can \bestow; longer so narrow as formerly. Men as a
the dwl In the I'Hluf the World. well His great tart tonga lo aid son; I whole believe no lees firmly creeds are Garden Seeds and Fertilizers

an IM thentM. Teit Rom. ll !.">). WeU may Tour furrow He dutb Lnuw.Cpon no lees clearly held than before but ,
"t;....I shall bleM and all the Please YOU.
they .JaIl ua.
tile ctoaa He WftL-red they are more reasonable and more in- .. No. 6 EAST BAY
earth ball fear Him" (IVUvli,7l. STREET -:- jACKsoxvuivFuL .
paids .f the Inure than you can 'oncelre, I! elusive. of t
fut It U written wureruiuit them. flit He mi,hl heal your brarticha -- --- ..--
Exclusiveness in
has been T' ,
3e UlUe* hall corn to Thy li.bt and You're un'.y to bUere.Ota. I fellowship :P. "
kbix* to the t>riatbt..... of. Thy rUiug" hear the words ol Jesus, greatly modified. People of all creeds We handle only the Host unit mot Uelialile: t+cr+Ia. A complete Stock of i, _

ll.... Is. :S.. Who| fur you pardon paid! and peculiarities of worship meet, debate j
U. "IWaane" .4 the buc.w of the Lard>> "Let Xur lOt U your it be hart'afraid.be"troubled worship and work together. The Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits 1

oar tM I ..111.-.... Thy ,uud." N nt the walls of separation have been thrown Meal Cotton Seed Meal
utter. at Jenwak-tu. but the pnD4? of Thee itrifc, a4 heart, 19 trust Him down and made into thoroughfares for Bright and Dark.
the Ud ia &it wan the glory l of IsraeL Though dreary br tb* w.,. service of God. Barriers are made boulevards tAT
the ark of theeovrtwBt for De bat surely\ proiruwd WHOLESALE- i
the traupk nor
1Ce4tla r and blocks of defense are pave-
AU tear to wipe away;
.err anythinc apart from the And, lead a ben iJuuJs ol tumnr ments over which chariots of human State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fe tilizer Co.
the lint U the
p1vis.1. No man ran rut tfcv shade roll freely. Pat ''', .
u1e.i then h4il be w> Um4.for the .Let nut foot btart b* troubled. progress your prejudices Star strand t'ertlliZt'rGnaranll'l'd Anilysi Orange!: ire and r"J.tt1.1'
.. and the iamb flail ,". under foot and find your best defense ,- gn.nn.1 Bone. Iralp. 80 II, Muriate .If FI'rUli; r. Pare
!> J IM .\lul talJ'; oc Jet !It bt afraid... .. .. poem.h,4n'phatePutKanitcte. Ties t"erlI'b.III'
w (be tviipkof it dIev.( ul 2::). R -fckcUA ia fraternal lore and co-operation Stud' tor Cat.wne.t'fOO-nn SOpror in tile Uukc&.and a trial will wanuce. .:

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., WHERE ftRETHEPOEtS? i'dares, MENACE.. 'Which OF Imperialism MILJTARISM..' Wo ld City.' Directory i1..1. NEW dRoP SEEDS For Fall...SowIng., and Winter.. ,

Impose oa Tails Cocmtrr:-. OFFICERS. ;
When'the American'people fully realize WILMON WHULUiN.--- ----Mayor Finest stocks 'at Catlrge, Csulifitwer, Cries, and Lettuce, :Black
Stttle Song Needed For the Golden bid Florida Rye ; Texas
the significance of the fact that CEO S.ADAMS Clerk,Aj essor ind Tretsarer and Valtntite Wax Burs; Georgia
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PAUL C .. i lIarahal ;-," and Florida Rust Proof Oats. S' Write fur Trice list.
Philippine ->
their own country: Is safe under the err

military protection of but one regiment BOARD OF-ALDERMEN.' L CAMERON, Siiiittit East! Bay .Stall, 1ACKSCSVILI1, itflr i i
Prerideal .
and two battalions of Infantry whilean GCO.W. PUTTER? '-* : -t :_ <<. ,
? JOHNB.BEACH- .... J.D. III.THIS ". 4 I
of 100,000 men and the :_
army eipen- a i
diture of millions of dollars are found CARL SCHREBMCK... ..... B. M. POTTER BUYINGAT
U Ik. C.... N C.}Mt That the SlB necessary 4o tbe'mere inauguration! bf Ctouucil meeting oa the ut,sod 3d T elaj in <

.r Cart Vl.4 X. l.i lr.U..f-Do a colonial system In the eastern hemisphere each mouth,a170v p.m.

the *... limit at,the' n...... of the question of.foreign expansion I' ...... -

>cr.halt.ed QseiW .I&_ _k_ ._.____no. the will have reached the proper- basis

IWt .| f....rlaU... for intelligent figuring. Directory. Advertisers J
Under this realization thoughtfulAmericans County THE.BOSTON STORE !

Every advance of humanity In the will begin to doubt the wisdom .

world. Urtory lau been heralded by of, a policy which would settle COUN1Y OFFICERS. .

owe great poet whore mane baa been upon government already supreme In- A."&m.nm.: .. _. _._. .. County.Jalge i. MRS.,J. HANDELSMAN is here for the 4

United with celestial fire. The early one hemisphere and able to maintainIts \.}. QUnIRY.,...... ... (9reuilCourt CUrt next week and will sell
CfcristUn gate to tu the tweet hymnsof supremacy with but a skeleton military UOCT. R. TAYU>K_...rvro8ecntiag Attornet .
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Miration which still cootLaoe to system a burden of colonial conquest U.J. CHItUNGWOUTH ____.Sberil Who Use the 11 .

sound through Uw arches of trend calling for the creatipn of an M. S. URCBEK..,. n. ..._...Tai Assessor Dry Goods : s. /; "

cathedral and are aim heard In urnUSJJWXK army far larger: than was ever necessary H. ]. TUONY...........,.. .Tax Collectoi g

grove from the united voices to legitimate American expansion '|'E. U. DiiiaK.: .._........___..Treuure; Clothing AT COST'iShoes i
of net multitude of devoted men andwomen. on this continent They will not !*' ;WII.I.H. RUSSELL,Supervisor of KegUlrationRANKLYSSHEKN
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able to recognize In the Philippines Q
TB* Psalms of David are as fresh, nor in any other territory possible In t.T.MERRITT..8upL Pal'lio Inntrnction ooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooo*
F t thrilling ted beautiful as when they I the old world either the inducement or COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Columns ofTHE

firm niwiiidttl through the hilly and the righteous cause warrantlng'such a N.w, PITT .. Lake Worth :, COME ONE, COME ALL, TO
rak* of PaltMtlne. The crusadersmartbed sacrifice. ,4. W. LAISHAUT. _?. .-.Palm Bead .
W. J. suny E. .. M..m..CocoaButGrov :. .4
for the rescue of the Holy Imperialists demanding a surrender f ST0RE
It. E. McDONAU ._ ._?....?.?._._ O:us >" ,;,: :'. THE B0STN ,
IWpuk-bt-r to the inspiring strains of of American principles and a repudiation -! .
W. V, RUSHI\G...,. Nepluutt'omoiUBioneri
: Mm'd BJoaJc The thrilling notes of of the Monroe doctrine for the melt-in regular session on MRS. J. HANDKLSMAN, Prop. .'
tb* |_"UpIe'1& mug of freedom, the sake of foreign conquest are leaving :;
'* the Ural Monday ia each inunth. MARCUS FRANK, Manager. ....... .VtHllUI BLOCK
hymn was the redemption out of their reckoning that sound
of .' atxe la the tact century and American loyalty to the teachings of MEJUliBB PROM DADS CO 5TY. --- __ :. ,
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I* frt the wart-ry of liberty throughout the founders! of the Union and that
N. Beach _.
E OIMICK Palm Senatot
I the rartb. "The Star Spangled' Banner"U sound American common sense throughthe -?
f.8. MORSE, MUiuL._...... .RrpreunUtivt Ocean Steamship Company
the child of our awond war with exercise of which the Union has so
and Is still blessed In
England a Inspire greatly prospered counting upon
ttoo to brave Awes am everywhere. American acquiescence in their un- SUPERINTENDENT OF PCBLIC INSTEDCTIOS
Z. T. M KRRITT_?......._....-Lemoii City
Ana the port had as much to do American policy They will encounterthis TROPICAL
XE)paaa( OF W-HOOL sela0.J. +
with the civil war as did the war de- spirit at the polls. however in the '
W. JAl.'KsON.i! Luirnian.loooaDut % i :
partnwnt national campaign of 1900 as they encountered K. r. KI NG-, ........-._Jupit T t" ,
Yon old men remember bow you It in the Eighth congressional .,.W.GARNETT_______?HypoluaoSe' F..'
wore thrilled with enthusiasm an district of Missouri on Aug. 2!) last .. To New And Boston.
iakabk when you first heard the and the signs are extremely favorable -

patriotic words. "We are coming father for a national expression sentiment SUN A Short Rail Bide to Sayknnali, Thence c
Abraham three hundred thousand strictly in line with that voiced so : .

a stroogr or that other .magnificent overwhelmingly against Imperialist State Directory <. ;. A Short Sea Voyage.Sailing .

fcytuB of liberty loving men. "We'll Vosholl In Missouri. ,. -,,. from Savannah:
rally round the flag boys; we'll Unwittingly.. but with a logic.. as pow .._ ;'1': -- > .
rally one again shooting the battle erful as unintentional an imperialist- EXECUTIVE DEI ARTJ1J!r, i. ;.r '". t. o Ships Each Week 5
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W. D. BWXUAM. ... ..UOVtsraoi -- of., .r. "'.,.'; r" -,
cry of frcedouir You all remember administration is presenting a striking 't-
4 SO. L.WFOIlD8eere'arr of Stan '
bow brave went Into battle with of the attendant
men object lesson blessings WM. H. UKY.NOI.USComptroltel All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for general -
tbuUMnd of voices singing, "John upon American adherence to American waiTFlELD.Treaaurei
JAUEtB. information sailing schedules stateroom reservation, or call on
Drowu's body lies a-moldertng In the principle and of the burden aud dan WY.B.LAYAR..AUoruer Uenerai.

rare; her soul goes marching! our! ger Inseparable from expansion Into W. N. H HE ATS .......Supt. Hublie In.tractioi CLAIM E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager, WALTER, HAWKINS Fla. Pass Agt.

., Your old blood atlll rubes like fire the old world. The Monroe doctrine i L. 1J.WOMUWELL.! ..._ODD..nark-nltun Savannah Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 61093Do .
through your veins when you bear the never received a stronger indorsementthan PATRICK UOUSTO.V._.._ AajuUaiUeeeral -
lofty strata of the "{tattle Hymn ot Is found In the spectacle of the W H. MILTON J Ilm,..... Surveyor-General
the Ul'flublk''line eye have area I'nitiil States of !North America tranquil oriel, al Tallahassee Florida You Want a

the glory of the coming of the Lord!" and safe umlcr the protection of U. S. SENATORS. It Is The STEAMBOAT!

IQ every crisis of our history up to less than 2.000 soldiers, while 100,000 J. R. TAL1AFKKUO_....._...?.Jacknoovlll. We have them to Sell and if we have

this time the {wets have come to our assistant are iiccdt-d to enforce the government's S.R.MALLORV.. ..._ .._IVuBatoIa .. Just none what on baud ton losuit\nuL.,we can build .

with patriotic anthems. Iu repudiation of that doctrine with a U. S. CONGRESSMEN. ,

where, cb. where are all the poets prospect of an Increasing demand dark UOBT. W. DAVIS............ .__ .. PatatU -. -' We are also PreparedTo
Bowl Where Is the putt of the 1'hllip- I. with the menace of a militarism that 8. M.SPAUKMAN.._....... ........ Tampa ;. : ; ;' ;: :' : Furnish
pin wart Wbt'l'toh.. where Is be? I Is should never >M> i>o &lble in a free and SUPREME COURT]CJ GES. ,. : "-

1 H possible that we are fighting In a 1 1i wlf ovl'rulng''Ountry.-St. Louis Re- : BES7 .
M. U.MAliUV.ChiefJu. tie* '. '., '.'
i 1 Hoar so wkked that the sweet numbers pnbllc. F. B.CARTER ......... .Associate Jdstict .'. "' .,, Pumping Outfitfor Irrigation.
t i of poetry wane to flowt Is there R. F TAYLOR..__........... : ,
&Q rmllkr to luituortallte the names'I SUSPICIOUS SOUNDS. : '; ,:-i.-, -
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of McKluley. Alger and Otis, no lofty ,;.;...,.-.r-' ;, :;, ,, Write or call on us for Anything in
1..llra.ee of the Faladaatlo. .( H. E. DAY, Chairman _......_. ._....CalnesvilkJ. I ""
f. tonne to commemorate horse doctors U .__ __... ..... Our Line that you need
.' t Republican ".per.. MORGAN _..._..Ja pet
tint ttmbalJood beet Couldn't Ilanna There J Is. feature of dls- J.M. BRYAN_.._.. ... ......_............K .slmmtt
bin suow poetical Inspiration at so _one" present JOHNUNEEl.EY..J.llerk": ..Arcadia m frill-Stevens Engineering Co "
} cnstfioa that docs not shed a1 very favorable -
much vend Couldn't the warlike ,
a headquarters and offices of the Board at Tat- !
|""' ads.ra adapt the occasion to some light on the purposes and projects lahsuste. :
of the UCII1Lllcn'pal'ty In the ,
of the songs pf Solomon Yes we need Advertisingy JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville .
Islands namely, the furl .
Philippine .
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1 war IN ft right oft. Where Is the (wet e
\ of tapcrlaliMuT The world .Is waiting with which the administration organs trr4ya PROPRIETaarT Marine Railways
of and to
for him In anxious snnpen&>.-NoncunforuiMt. resent criticism opposition ?

the Republican. ,policy- in those, islands.Nothing General Directory. \, ,
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the readiness with which men .

ne ....,.. leer t. Rslat Oat,. u otherwise terms "traitor"sane and and sensible"treachery"employthe as (Seventh tircoit.) T'O. "> Florida East Coast Ry.

C.ae.le.ee: .'.r ikarkav. descriptive of those who. honoring the II.S.! JONES............. ._ CUCU"'.lBOit' !:' : d :,: .

At luattiT stand today the American flag and willing to die for the principle ... l>. BEtitiS .............TERM.State'AltornetSfUINlJ TIMETABLE,: NO. 21. IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. m .

lI''Opium to exUt. only for thepurprte of which It is the emblem. are ,
Ot* ola County. Ut Monday in March SOUTH BOUND (Read DowaV NORTH BOUND ($ad Up1.
anxious that it should have the -
keenly .
., of being dccpoik-d. They seem Orange 8d ...
to exist only a. I -'COnnlt'Dee for the same meaning abroad that it retainsat Lake ** .Lb" .. Noll IJailr..o.: "."... -'. STATIONS. XoTSDally Nod DatI1 '
hark and II food for birds of prey. home. We do not hesitate to say Volusia lei April. Of Any, Ex u. Y '., Bs a4b8p

If IM remedy CB bv devised for there that there Is something suspicious In Sre'lrd" .th" .. 9tla Leave.................,....... Jacksonville.. ....................Arrive 7&b JII i.ia
.. a l plO ilia Arrive.,................._.. t>t.AugU Ine .......................Leave S lOP U'6
coodtl;Qa. then the word ".tate inan- the heat manifested by the Republica9organs Da.le 1st Monday alter 4th MOB .' 52up'1035a' Leave.......................St. AIJg1L dme .......................Arrive SUp L s
thlU A tt-na of reproach and standsfur when the wisdom and justiceof day in April. tKpllina '........-...... .. ....... Hsstinirs.... ...._. ............. Leave labs IOta
"'twbt.dlltJ'and the word "i oUU- their Philippine policy are called In FALL TERM. eiffp'liaa'' Arrive ... ..... .. .. ... Palaska ._. ....Leave atop i Stile
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tLI.." should consign a man to eternal question.The Osoeola County 5st Mou-lay in October. .64.lJ'UOIJaLeave 1'a'ntk .Arrlft"iiP.1IIua
of this free Orange 1>I .. .. 7i6p::::::: Arrive . ........_ can Mateu .- ... .. --.. .- Leave.. '1/1':
Infamy, Mdl John P. Altgeld In his plain object employment lAke 4th .. T-_:_:i( 780a Leave... _. ... ... .. auateo.. ..... .. ..... Arrive JJap s
i CouH.f t'nkin ({*MTCU. Yua ask. t uitbnw of the terms "treachery" antI VoluBia Id Nor :6 lap i i T 8Ua Leave..... ..............__-F ist PalackA _..............Leave ) &JUp 'tis
nwaopulk be destroyed r I antw "traitor" is to stifle discussion. It is Brewed 4th I WEEKLY PAPER 7 Jpt5bp! ..................,;;........ Ormond ..._..................... -. I Cp 713.
"!''io.- Most of them cannot be I an effort to make weakmiuded and 76 PIOI e >P ............. ..C.. ". Daytoiia. _.... ................ .. s pap 701*
r, Ut Monday after the 4th Mon. StOp. 118p ...............; -.".PortOrante.. ...?,.... ., .... oo 5.p able
destroyed, and what U more they ,: weakknecd people believe that the day in November.COY' 8i6p: l&Sp ............'..........- KcwSmyn" ................:....... lOiJ1I....
thoufcj not U Concentration manifest destiny of the republic is to ails t 2::!'p ...........:.:..__.. Oak Hill ...... ..?.h........... tins a tst.dip
destroyed T SIGNAL SERVIC/-DEP 1- ': snip ,.........:. ;...... Titusviile ...................... IVp115p ilOlt
AIM! moaot c1Udl ttxL If the ptuple at large got'' subject alien peoples to a-state of vas- '' co--. ...... 3 p .;.......................... Cocoa ........_.."................ tOTp .....
A. | ...... lIp .......::................ BxkUdw.V ......................... so 1 Gp .. ...
taw benefit of It. then cuuccutrationt&4 salage. It is true that these epithets GOVT LIGHT 'SERVICE.Lirht 'ft ...... 41'p: II ......: ............h.. Eau Game ......................... IJfflp I ......
looootiuly 'would aborteD the hours belong to the ammunition of the lowest HOUSE .. \.. In The ...... 4l1p: .........................llelbourue........................ 1224: ... ...
House at Jupiter Inlet. ...... 457p ........................... Bo !and ......................... lists .....
of labur and advance dTllliatloa. They order of partisans yet we now see rAM ES A. RtOUR. ...... .___ ..... SUlp .......................... beLantiaa...................- ...... lltiawooBTo.. ..
would the condition of all them employed In lscrimlnately'by ? ea ...... SS:'plSp ..., ................._ St. Lucie .,.....?.;............... 1\1631&\ ...
Iniprote men I. A. WKLIS. .........._._... Ist Aasiatan' ...... a ...;.................". Fort Pierce'. ........?........... 10 ins ....y...
And of all ".uWt'Q. men who: are supposed to know the RENJ.WELLS--------..__... Jd Assistant 641pjU'p '.'.,......... .........._....Eden... ........................ 101Xia
The trouble now U that the benefitsof meaning of words. ............"...... ......Jensen....... .................. ..
It It Is for freemen' to U. S. LAND OFFICE. 209 65bp] .............. ........ Stuart ......... ............. .. sine aid
cheapened production do not go to "treachery" n. S.CHUBB. __ ....ItegteterOKrvt Daily 726p -,,......................Hobei-onnd.- ....................... Kb,Daily
the |irot4e, but go Into the pockets of a opitose and run counter to a foreign --- -? ? I EtTi 7 sap I' .,.....................- Wort Jupiter?...................... ills ETr
hatched In a cabinet at Gainesville.Klorida. ] 813p .............. ....-.West Palm Beach.................... 5nf: P
few greedy uwn. And those men are policy .meeting STATE or FLORIDA. ...:...:.......... ........Boynton....... ... ............ 8 .UlaJp
Dot MtUfied with simply puckrtiug the and In no part or parcel Indorsed by 124a18a111. ............ .......... _..Delra)'- .......... .......;.... 75Tao 'Oct.Cf.a D
the people, how long will It be before 4 U-' ......-.............._ Fort Lauderdale.................... .. : ; f.r,..
proflts from cheapened prodoctlon: but. 64a102Up45alO; ..:..., -.........-. Lemon CitY'.?.....,. ............ .. 62 a'
turtng an absolute monopoly of the "treason" will consist In opposing a \> Arrive ....._.............._..... Miami.................. .... a
market or of the carrying business so domestic policy of that.party I How BKTWKKX SEW SMYKXA AND OKAXUE t.Tl'JCSC1'IO: (. ;.

far a* It affect certain communities, long will it be before all who presumeto . . . No. S,No li) STA TION8. INo. 2 they arbitrarily mark up the price ofaeressltke vote against the Republican candidates -I SUopllOluaLv: ........ ... .......... New. Sinjrna.. ...... ..........Arl2i-_ b5)1
will be rounded driven into < ; : ............ ................ i>ate Helen .....
or or transportation so as to up. lIiIIlplula'l-t ...................... .Orane aty .....................IoVjl"5J"P! .rip
make the people pay nearly twice as transports and hustled off to some ,' 4Splll45a'Ar.( .. .. ....Orange City Junction...... .. ... ..,. /
I BtiK-n u they ihould. And this U not Devil's Island set apart for "traltorsT All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Jour n Daily except Sunday.

I all. but they then resort to corruption We observe with keen pleasure that UKTWH-.N inU-VIILKA'.I) >AXK .UI).

and debauch the gurrruueDt In order this loose and flippant employment of Advertising ogle sTAISB. au.a !!

.. to enable them to maintain their un- the epithets "'trcason." "treachery" and 7 Lv..u "............................... ..Ar I'lila
"traitors" Is bringing about a wholesome .......................................Minis.......................................Lv 112p82Na'
]ont advantage, and lu thU way they ..................................... o"tl'tu......................... ............ 11 bus
absolutely destroy repulliean Institution reaction in those! sections of the FirstClassJob 8IUgl;. ....................................Enterprh. ................................ 11 95.S .
where reaction Republicanism jI1a'' ............................ .Enterpri.e Junction........... .................. iI2-
and republican government. In country a against .3Oa'Ar............................. ..Nwford.... .......... .. ................. ... llOia
is essential to the health Rate Sheet
this bod. All pains! between Titiiaville and Sanford Daily except Sun.lny.
-- of the body politic.-Atlanta Constitu
t Th. mil..l.. !...*. I! tion. KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ; '
I Printing
The I'hillpplne situation has been
tlmpiUfcd for the l mOCflts. They I I Early or Late CoaveatloBi. the steamers of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company are appointed to IIIW M tulfowtk '

t 1, bare been contending that If the administration The talk of holding earlier presidential STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. .
I would promise the Filipino conventions than usual next year Is Will be Sent on Ap .

the tame sort of governmentthat not ilfeeiy to be received l' with approval At the Sun Office. Leave Miami Sundays and Wednesdays; Arrive Key Wen Mondays and Titans ,
wu pledged to the Cubans there outside of political circles. There is days. Leave Key West Monday and Thursdays; Arrive lUvauii TuewLijI u4
noN bTebeen, no necessity for the nothing to be gained by such a move, I'ndays.!
long costly and bloody war that has while there Is a distinct disadvantageIn NORTHBOUND.

,-Insist that U such it for most people. A political campaign plication. ,
ensued They a > Leave Htvann Tuesdays and Fridays; Arrive Key West Tuesdays and Friday
promise wen made now the war would i!I Invariably a disturbing factor ,. .' Leave Key West Tuesdays and Frid Arrive Miss Wednesdays and Saturday
come to a speedy clostf-the FUlplnoa! !j I Iin the business world and the earlier tl ,- >' 'j I' Departures from Miami will be mane. WOO as possible after arrival of train 43
would throw'llowQ their arms and I I the political conventions are held the '. on galling days._ __ ____
., ;:" '.:" These Time Tables show the time at which trains and boats may tie eipoctefloamTeaoJdepart
diplomacy would accomplish! what war I| longer will the business interests of from the several stations and ports, but tktlr arrival i baa failed to far to de. ilcKluley has the country be adversely aftected.I .- '" stated is< .
.I .. eonseqni'ncea &n.'lI11f therefrom.For .
Milwaukee Sentinel ;
made tbU Impossible and most take copy of local time card call at 226 West Bay Street.Jacksonville,or address

the full conuequeuccs of the terrible I, ... ..dS .= ,;:.,:., J.P.BBCKWITH Traffic Manager. .. J. D. RAEXIR. A.O.P. JL

struggle that must yet ensue before Peril, ol Mllltartam. 't -:!:', rr'-, ':'t.; St Ango t1n .. p
the liberty luring Tagals are crushed Nations contemplating the Influence ., '. ." .-

by superior force. From a political, of the militarist spirit on society will
standpoint the Democrat hare reason not miss the significance of the display -I

tQ rejoice at the Issue be has made' of militarism at Its strongest. BOW' Subscribe for the Sun. I t. SUB SO RUlE FOR THE bull

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i *! : Tr coining we thought, ''Sure enough, A Box,.of JewelsThey easily overlooked J still it would, prove ,WHEREWEWORSHW.-
Frank has stl nck.a gold-mine this timeout an interesting specula-ion as to what

I 1 on Prosperity Hill. Hu. breath fi I iii are, to be sure. Remember bearing the consignment of surplus pro. ,: ----

I had about left him, bat he managed : that my place is ducts to foreign merchants at a small A Directory of the Local Church

gasp "Panther 1" It was enough. In I FLORIDA HEADQUARTERS margin; of profit and consequent large and Religious Societies. i

less lime than it takes to tell it.;alt the increase in exports, that follows topacing -' i
Winchesters and heavy guns in town j''J.z *OR- i of the Tariff Bill of 1897 (Exports HpUtopal Ssvfesa.Ei'iscuru .
Fine Silver Tabl -Ware.Watches, But CaustH-Bethesda.by4be-SeL
t bad been collected -and a dozen men ; day end Wedding Gift, Watches now sufficient and so largely reduced .L. FiTfrjAMU UWMV, Eector.

and boys-were ready for a panther hunt: S and Clocks._ in the face of the general demand hutulat Service Sctioolat3p.aL.BPOtIIKM.WuI every bamUj motiug. >( ti o'clock.

Frank, who yh lime bad regained JIT far increased wages on this side has OF ST. A DMW.-Het* .. I

hi 'breath'led! l the_ way, As they ap. R. J. .RILES, had on the want of a-corresponding responsive Cia Smwit. and&*rwmk%. I.. f.Wed.-sa SlSM 1,Wrectot., el CMRmemo.

proached the spot a large circle was A1(kEs'cLcJ 9 movement in Stirling Ex W.r. A, i.srxow.ja... Secretary.

male. to avoid any possible escape s,. THE J5WELY1I.) change '

while a few of the most daring! cautiouslycame ,... -UJACK5ONVILLE, FLORIDA. In plain words the factory operativehere Holy Trinity Vlaaloa.
Palm Bracl.Scrrcrs
WeU .
I up to within a few yards of whtre -, must have higher wages, with decreased wilt be held rtiuUrly every Sued? ;,
the big game had been seen fast asleep, '- <- purchasing power, if he is continued at tZop.nr.iathtuewtpiicupaIcbareb.eov.ot: >tl' -
Protetlon vs. Tariff for Revenue. much protectios for their' special Evernia nn>l J'om etU MrreU. fcev. I.. Mta *"e ;
t.t as
when np jumped-a panther? No. a to be called njoato contributetowards JameHiu4ywit1tiave charge of thoonvfce

f i little gray rabbit. The monster had Editor industry as ,the eastern manufacturers supplying his rival operative in LADIES' CrILD mcrtv rrery Friday at 14*

t evidently made a sneak,while the rabbit TROPICAL SCR: and traders demanded and got. True, Europe with cheaper articles ; while the p.m. C..DltIiB.Ma.feecntuy.M. Ccv I..MfcTCAir. met.MM. r
"Of all
European countries EngUnd demanded to have it in a different
1 'just happened to be there. Some cf the is the one where that meddlesom doctrine they manufacturer must find his foreign
bsjs think ,they have a great joke on called.Protection was first attacked way,but although different in kind it market slipping from him under the H. ChuMh. South. .
and where alone it has the same in substance and is there- Sunday School: to a. ta..and EpworUj tHIN
i would strain of of
the "Deacon: but I guess we increasing cost, production p ra. every bandar. Cmenl meet
and where,in a word those dangerous 1 fore beside the question. But they were log Thursday unilts at Ladies* .i
have to draw'cuts to see who has the 1 !hy increasing demands upon him fo- 7:15. pnytfracrtingPnJajr ,
extrem s to which interference give* overboard for i if notmistaken. ficriNioiu 2. l'Indi.Mrrio' -
best of the joke. rise, having been avoided despotism thrown we are higher or "living" wages. And he will Sr-t. 'OIIot ,and third sundays of tack I
McKinley before nioothal a a. m.and ... I. the
Major was 7:13 p. tve.
; :k I ---- and rebellion are equally rare and concession be a lucky man if 'not caught at last illj a hone temet will be held half mm knar '- !
-r'iiDY -. -- w being recognized as tbe groundwork the election, at least a silvente sympathizer with large consignments placed- in, or fore the regular) dmne service. -Wa.asddbs- !
East Coast Hotel System. of policy the national progreashas because they 'and theirmoney glad to have )'* pre<*nt; eGII1CO'U.&tot help.'
"'" .. of ,. en route to. glutted markets-glutted The fourth Sunday a cnricc wilt be held at .
least disturbed .by. the power ,could be dispensed with .in Lautana at 11 a. IlL At Urpoloao. at S 9. m.
The Florida East Coast Hotel Systemhas privileged clashes by the influence of through his own and his fellow manufacturer At Koyntoh. p. m. .
i : BOYXTON' BREEZES. made the following anouuncnient particular sects or by the violence of placing the Major where he 'is. Mr ?, avarice. These are some of the Rev. J. K. WALKLB rut<<. .{
,. .... arbitrary ruler"-Buckle's History of Bryan and his supporters. on the other
fruits of tariff of
I of the opening tbe hotels the coming a prohibitive ; protection -
Civilization General Introduction Chapter their bid for CongregationalKer. Cbu..b.
made etc.
hand place, byprcznlsing i
I TIM ..s t itnVtHi4Bl' C.IUeltoB ofK season.It V. to encourage home manufactures.It .
8. D.l'4I.U. Pad.v'hs'sat11 '*.
I ? *.'r S.tr. Abmnl Oar X.IC"Hnioo"t will be seen by this that the Ion 11 1 Mr. Ruckle might 'easily 'have added"mischievous" eloquently advocating is thus. and thus only that a protective s<' *.un.aaL7Otbp.m. Sasday t
the legal bolstering up the value of the 'b..o'and Fa. .
.' V.. Palm and ttc'Royal 1 ** tariff apparently stimulates lor' hiUj etna at lJ .< a. I
.... Beach opens Dec. 33 as well as "meddlesome product of the mints worked and own.:din Christian Endeavor at 6'a: p. m. Pray...
Poinciand on Jan. .15.; to his description without adding or 'detracting I the West while denouncing the trade and business generally/a lime. :MeetingWedaesd j at 7 p to. J
1.LtM TlllflUL MI: 1 There would be cause to wonderjf it did
ST. AUGUSTINE.!: one jot or tittle to or from its
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tection of all other industries by a prohibitive St. Ann'. Catholic Chur.b.Sunday. .
W. A. Cox nt Urt,Sunday at HypoIn truth. not. Business men are not likely. or
p- r) Hotel Ponce De Leon-Will open tariff. But they failed. It is 1 anlnl( with Jfboar.tr 81! h. tier ,-
so calHfg on Home of his old friends.Cbirlr additional The benefits and effects'claimed andurged hear if readily to forget the stagnation of bu i I I wil he holy! Mama ud Sermon *v\' 'y 8IIa4.1,
private shall
January 10. Fifty scarcely likely we much ness throughout the country while Unff at 10.o'f lott a. m. D .lalit'buut.! a p.....
4 )Mullcr of Dclrty, wu in baths. for high protection to the exclusion about the "silver question" at the ant '....llt'r 00't'\'k'1t at 7:110 p. IR.On .
any trading was being carried on for weeks! in wrek day Man will be 7 .. .
Bo)ntoa ....t Sunday. 6f course be Lad Hotel Cardova'Housekeeping suitesof of the products of foreign manufactures next election. There may be a good -- at m.Hvcclag
machine withhim.., By the in competing with home products. Washington during the early summer ---
each. is cf
three to ten rooms deal but there not enough money
1 11fydroTherapeutic Uodvj, |to. 46.
months of At last when the worst
.ay ycunicUdirt, jroohadxbetter look Baths-Medical by its adherents, are that a high protective behind it. 97. 1 Knights of Pythias,

.ailing .licn. Charlie in around for he directions November, to May The tariff in the interests of privileged However became known aDd a settled base of an> Mectreveiy FmUy NlghlMMccocloch.4: -
Does high
to revert. a
af and ether interest ort was arrived at ; when confidence ant tihw. Vidtnic bntbei* ..ordhlly)) larltfL
U apt 14 pt CM the button any mo curative baths inbe manufacturers ,
only complete'
the Cast'e IIl1.1lonr iSiblk-
protective tariff thereby excluding in School Building.
was a manner restored and high home
f- ment.Cba. United___n__ Slates_n ___ climatically_ located for incieases _everywhere. round,' in ', .a:>... _. ..K..A 1a..A....... t,'... AK.1......... . ..... n..__ ._ .. S. ", .Hippaaw-y. Co C.
the fact-wages to the great benefit of the 'Y'6' LauMIatI&4tI LIJ a 6. proms were instant, tactones oegan to 'I a. DIBD. Ji K.0K a I t97
btotbftt accompanied by winter treatment.
e increase of ? Before proceedingwith
wages the work to increase
business pile on exports began .
Bartran ,1.\C'n. pent Sunday at Palm VGolf..Links :Soil which the winter laboring classes; quickens trade the inquiry it remarked
may_ by hops and bounds! ; but the recoil
Ketch. Tbe vounfc, ladiet hive only championship, 1898 and 1899 pas held. and increases industries also throughout the the of that high protection enacted by any of the spring has already set in and only FUN AND FACTS.
words 01 pral.e for the Royal Poinciana swimming" pool.- manufactures and raw material and government is a distinct infringementon : the modern rapid transmission of market -- --

.: and lurroundingi.If. ORMOXD the liberty of the subject to purchasehis
from commercial center
I thus promotes general prosperity reports every Witty Sayings Interspersed With
fl.. 11 brought home a fin. requirements in the cheapest market
array Hotel Oimond.-Will open Jannaty throughout the commonwealth All by giving early alarm may avert such Business

trinjt (of fith raughin the canal'Twaday. 15. Enlarged. remodek-d and rearrang- this in defiance of the immutable laws Protection of home industries means, commercial panic and serious loss that Bargains.

I ( e 1. One hundred new bath suites New and principle that govern political in effect compelling the home consumer usually follow the reckless; consignments

,.. Giant Penno, of Deli ay, accompanied dinin groom and kitchen. Electric i economy as ascertained by both experience to ray the home producer the amount of ar'ifically inflated production with Uncle Haicedc have lived in thU

by tilt bri
1E__ last Sunday night en route from' Jack- Beach Pavilion-Midwinter 'ocean inexorable as those of gravitation 'Oi'' over and above a fair profit OH Perhaps it would be too much to say uext St-prvraber. .

ioitflr.'I bathing. the determination .of liquids to their cost production to the home producer that protection is the cause or origin of Fresh Air Uoy-Chwt' How do ,

i-i Btoiuam 'frotnniAriiie of Lemon Totuoka River-New 12.knot Daimler level ; that have been discovered or for This undoubtedly raises the profits of all so called trusts but there can be no .,JOUSI'. git out 0' payiu'de rent-Ex. ;

City .who with his two suteri was l Uuncb, capacity 150 passengers will mulated in the school of bitter and expensive the producer and. apparently the wagesof doubt that it helps largely ;.o increase --- -For-Sale--At -Rare

among en rut tomato wnppers last make round trip between 3 and 10 p. m. experience and are nowadays so his employees. The manufacture their,numbers and give them a vigorous --.._-Bargains I

.ini,,. prnt a few dlaln Boy n,ton the daily., Wonderful scenery. self evident to those who have given raises the wages of his labor because he vitality. Under its fostering wing Stock of Merchandise, Dry Cools,

t j 4 week. '.. Golf-Links improved by continual ordinary reflection to the subject that it mutt, to enable the latter to live and there is the strong temptation to unite Notions, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Fur. !

L Mix Alice Palmer hat nturDt4 from work throughout summer. appears to be next door to' a'wasttrof thus poses as benefactor.. But as- the the units of many a special manufacturer uishings. Jewelry Store Fixture, etc. !
e price of necessary to the employeeis tutu a bomogenious whole in order to Reason for selling other business demands
offer of their
a two .tt'b' iUit to Delray, and report PALM time or folly, proofs time. THOMASON & BRowN !I
*' lit the time and by the same coutrol and the the
same regulate to
balI. had a good time. 'Hotel Royal Pomciana-Will open existence, were it not for the effect of 8->7 West Palm Beach., Fla. :
the extraordinary but short-lived belief means raised it follows that the pur- home markets ; to avoid competitionand
One hundred new bath. I
and BrtrituiItaI January 15.
Mtuet Emma Dorothy su1te5 sweeping over this country li> e a tidal hosing power of his earnings has, largely by so doing make sure of adding Trader-Don't you want to sell. :

Tuunlay at LaUana guests of room ".; "' <-'?>1> at last general election that thisor decreased, and notwithstanding the increase the .I>rot ctiduty ti their united t that horse.FarmorNaw.
i Mb* Ifatui Earnest Palm Beach Inn-Will open......December wave ,.L. Lu LL L < :.1:., L' _. --
> ->>- .... 1 01 me tatter, nis iasi condition is me Daiance 01 tnett
.. any government can artificially profits ; turning ; I keep him t'ltra. to fiiui
2 <""
Mrs C. W, Pierre has tetnrned fiom 3 ""- worse than before unless indeed. his products into foreign markets at what
b Golf siuimiug pool and surf bath tablish a fixed value to any metal or broken-down automobile back '
her'-vUll to West palm &a b. ing. ;. commodity. without involving the commerce employer bands hint .over wages increased ever profits ran be obtained to the benefit to town.-E ,;

Fir l S. Dewey .II in towuoaluluftt MIAMI '.of the country in.a. .financial to the gross value: of tbe profits of the pocket of the ring. ------- ----- f

1 latt T_f df. This 'is bit first utitittct Hotel Royal Palm-Will open January catastrophe;-a wave that passed ever hch he, the employer obtains from There are, however large and power. Just received a full line of new tires at .

; hUrttuio" from hU vacation. lie 10 Tropical gardens enlarged. Drives and almost overwhelmed for a short the preventive duty va'ue placed by ful combinations which are exempt in tile Bicycle Hospital.PrurietorI'm I.

tpo**$ bltnkvlf as pleased with the extended City lighted by electricity. time the voting strength of the comma. him, over and above a fair profit on great measure from the evils charged to looking for a man!
nude daring bis tb->> cost. This! is a simple arithmetical mercantile It
piogrmvcbave still of its unfortunate gross great monopolies. cannot
S Golf-Links will be among the finestin i'ity,}leaving. some I can trust.ApplicantWe'll.
; Kate.kecisi. the South.Swimmibg. effects behind it. proposition and is simply demonstratedas for instance be maintained that railways
i jt along
vetk ago Elmer Fomy had I pool. It may be, therefore not untimely to follows : canals telegraph and telephone companies For
J ten done nothing let
lh. tiUfortune to cut Ut left band oba4ly .."1. *-. attempt to show that the results of protection L"t it be grated that all the indus- are the offspring of protection' yeers
,KEY WEbT. look for a man that would trust
II to totally incapacitate him for '.1 to exclude foreign manufacturesand tries of the country are combined in a Such combinations may be more prop. me.

tbing" .oik. lint he carried an accident Hotel Key. West-Open all the year artificially raise prices th re'by huge trust-no great stretch of imagination erly styled "trusts," in that they are all Detroit--- --Free- -- .Press.--- -

iukuuuce poiicy in the K.O T.U. NASSAU apparently raising wages, do not bear 1. being necessary. for this in these! operated under the direct consent and Boat building done right at home, lathe

3 u all Knaible men should do. lie re. Hotel Royal Victoria-Remodeled, rearranged out the contention of its adherents and .Ilay!'. It follows that after the employed charter of the government ; are subjectto most approved manner, good work

I potted the accuWut la the Supr,nit and refitted throughout. Electric -:. preachers.It capital receives its share of profit on i and controlled by special legislation, manship Capt A. T.and Rose.at living prices. Call on

Teal and a week ago, having fully alevator.! Bathroom suites Opens may also be the more timely now cost, if hn increased profit is added being indispensable to the public in the ----

I 3 m'O\"cd, rnt in his claim for lost time December 23. because there seems to be 'a rabidly uvku Ike whole increased profit derived conduct of general business and inter. I.awYt'r-Oo what ground do you .

through tbe Record Keeper of BoynionTtftl Hotel Colonial-Entirely new. ':50 growing disposition -among the peop'e jtum the protecting tariff is divided course. Had their construction been bone your application for divorce?

NoA check for the amount rooms.! Located on the bite of Fleming to suspect that the present government among tbe _aggregate! labor employed, left to government in place of having Client-Insanity.

.I* prtnuplly irturned. Square and barracks. Facing the harbor is pursuing methods that dodlscrimi-; 1 rue aggregate labor loses what is retained been taken in hand by enterprisingunited I Lawyer-But your wife isn't crasy.

O LUHM ad KMM have half an acre entranceViII be completed to open .ate in favor of certain privileged :. by capital. If the aggregate labor loses private energy and capital the I 1 Client-Oh, no ; it's me. I married

of lonittc olanU. fix inches high. Beeito iaa Jlnuary lo. classes ; that in some way it is respon the individual laborer certainly loses civilization and prosperity of the community I.b. ..i..... .. L'._ J

:took; like old times again.- They Golf- Links will be in fine condition bIt for the increasing uw'ber and aggressive since the part is contained in the whole.In would undoubtedly have been uon_!_J LLm.J.::::J[ ,

hat e!*. fine field of cabluges.ti. by continual. care throughout summer. strength of falsely' socalledfrifsts other words labor's wages are decreased seriously retarded. Nevertheless the You puncture 'em we repair 'em; 3 ou I
Surf bathing. what enormous and influence for goodor break 'eui do"n.e fix 'em up-at tbq
IiI bu a fine lot of red in all branches of industry. FLy in purchasing power by power !
ulfl11 Bicycle Hospital
jflr atout itady to ship. Also Lima '- .. "trusts" is a false and purposely mis- ever portion; of the 'created profit is evil possessed by them are fully recognized I

ttact which will be reudy forlbrmarkttit Epworth League Program. leading appellation to what are nothingbut retained by cap'tal. This is the solution ; their privileges and operations One day Tommy accompanied bU

.. powerful combinations and monopolies also of socialism which would reduce jealously guarded by special legislationand ; mother .
a ft. .wks.GcwiEC on a shopping expedition,
SCND.IY, OCT. I, 1899. formed to restrict if not altogether: the ii dustrial portion of society to serfdom enactment. Thoughtful economists and iu /
Ljnua took a load of ouryosag i seeing large caDdy DIHU aconfeetioner'rs
.- strangle healthy competition ; to fatten under capital), or government by evei go the length that they ought to
Two Missionary
in Subject Parables. (
la West Palm Ifefcch his window he paused ia .
people -: upon the toil of the many and to fill capital unless the government was con be taken over,as State property, for thegeneral /
Matthew xiii
lawch Wrdaetday aigbt to attend 3133. front of it with a wistful look then
benefit. In some countries they ;
L4adtr-Emi1e D. Anthony. the pockets of the few-some of which ducted on the principle of the greatest ;
th* dauc and he is arc completely controlled by the paternal turning away regretfully, Mid : r
Opening Song No. 5 r) now assume the character of public ben good ta tbe greatest ,
WinfieM Baitram has another half .; '. efactors! The only light in which they a visionary socialist who believes that go\erumeat A tacit recognition thaI "Mamma, I could lick that fellow

a acre iJ pities ct tbi week. W. N Otis Plaer'I of Lesson. ", ",,',_:, may be deemed worthy of the misnomer this is ever likely to be done. even such large; and useful combinations with both hands tied behind me !"-
Reading ;:: : i
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aau Oliver Warringr have also made are a source of possible danger to the body Troy Times. t'
being that of the unlimited trust in
Prayer ....:,-..-*-.,;,- ,,. The present party in power this
additions to their field Song. No. 148.Explanation .; '- .:--:- that has: hitherto been' placed in their country have ceased to contend that i politic that must be carefully watched SOVARE Fnxo for sale aa bargain.

Furk 1'nnk went down to Lemon oLLe8S Leader.. assumed disinterestedness. high protection materially increases the for and guarded against. Instrument in condition. Inquire at
to we the youBg ladies last Friday, M Legislation against "trusts," may, nay SUN OFFICE. tf'=
City -
hence 5'I
Song No. i9. Again it seems to be gradually ,but revenues r f the country. a greater
lad ltciJreUly 'O buy a new wag< a Meeting open to Members and Visitors. surely realized that the fiscal and financial burden of taxation falls on the indus- it is likely to, become a party cry at the f
hundred next election. legislation has already She-A mncahIed today, who said
vhout half grapefruit
tad aa Trio-Mrs. Sheen Mba Maud Sander. policy of the present party in power trial classes ; this also falls to be deducted "
trer ft<.w I>. X, Knight. is of been found if not impossible iniprac he bad just got hack from the Klon 1
son and Geo. L Branniujr. in sou.e way accountable for the retrograde from the purchasing power f-
When car toys. tate the train for the Reading-Miss Angevine. steps towards a despotism apparently increased wages. ticable. The financial strength of ex dike. f.H f.

octh th n fccnvrilly say they are goingto Song No. 142. capitalists! and tbat its protective and Hence also, a protective tariff not isting combinations enables them to find -What did he want-to boy the .

Umi.: nm for reasons very easily Recitation-Miss Th- mason. financial policy has been in a j reat only curtails the citizen's liberty to purchase means and ways to evade or set at (place or beg home old clothe?-Ex.

accounud for !hey generally fetch up at Announcements.Old measure to blame in fostering the growing in an open and possibly cheaper naught all hostile enactments. If this ------
battle is to have backbone No need sending from home for P i
cry any away
Lew CII in fact-
Hundred. extravagancein the management of market-the cheapest market j
boats when A. T. ROM I
Force influence in the coming!struggle any CapU caabuild
ti the way, Will where did you Leagve Benediction. federal afhirs. until the annual expenditure but also cuts into his ability to buy many or you one as fine or as cheap as you i
it must be bracketed with taiifl and tax-
leave your bicycle the tat lime )'ouw.al ----,..--..-- has become almost appalling.It of the necessities: pertaining to his con want. See him. and place your ordcr
.. ation for -evenue alone or in other words] f.
to 'Msam P A Wood That Will Last. I is beginning be" observed too, dition. I all I "a.. i!:_1 f\ ..... .. .. .,. --i'- .
free trade and government: e' onomy. \.II ) inn-i'on i you like
..*..l TufwUy utorninf as Frank Funk -- 1 that statesmanship (a craft demanding But there is another result of protec. VILJ t
the line. Free trade to
along subject folk ?
ass g
aattr ttkc mile Welt o( town, he dii- lignum vita. It is tougher than steel even a smattering knowledge of the industrial c1a'ses. It is.a well known govern- Country Girl-Oh, yes ; but some
alone would be the
ment expenditure ,
Ct vire and
greatest most easily --
in a clump of paliuett for in the welfare and wealth cf a common. ordinary business principles and --i--- S
julrtlr rving on our great warships bearings upon the people could give the combinationsand :
,.r.. t'l&II k'a spotting propensities: which to run the shafts of the immense wealthseem to form no necessary partof prudence can increase its output ,with. monopolies that aralrealy sapping -' --

wvtf .rw *cd in an loslaut and be was machiueiy ; and the shafts usually wear an American politician's equipment ; out materially, ilkt all, increasing its in almost I have for sale (or almost to give away)
healthy competition
."kalItUtd with an impulse to.brain out long before the lignum viloe shows that he is in the business only for place, weekly expense; for wages fuel wear and branch of industry. H. every M.Notice. i&j acres of land on the Loxahatcbic .

the hrvie .nh the j*w.boaeoCaD alligator: any appreciable signs of the change. poa.er and spoils ; that he has no conception tear and interest on capital from 20 to ---.- .-- River near Jupiter Dade Co. Fla. $yju

.bklt chattccd lo lie at hi* (cd. But as The wood is a dark gray with a thin, of, or if so. has no regard for in many cases 50 per cent of its normal will take this anytime during the next

he ttutl np tbe fotmidabW beast hu smooth bark and a stick of it vies with the noble doctrine of the greatest good, output. This surplus, if even sold at a 30 days. Address "M," Box 176 West

better j."K1DUprnalled, and as behadn't a nick of lead in 1I'eixht.-Ex. for the greatest number ; that the be small margin over the co&t of material, J. B. O'Doiioghue the photographer. Palm Beach, P1*. I

heard ol any one taking any pet ginning and end of his political creed- adds to the profit of the'capitalist without takes this opportunity to let his friends Sept. 11899For
.-- know that he is out taking Indian River _
panthers he conduced\ in the present with ome iioble exceptions, be it said- a corresponding increase of wages to views until the tourist !season begins, -

inaaucfs ditctetion might piove the Next Sunday. October 1st, Rev is, "Mon y talks ,J" the operative. The home consumer gets after which he will be located at Palm Sale at Rare Bargain I

b Her part of valor, role quietly ritraCnlhw Father P. F->get, S. J will say mass lot How for instance can Messrs Hanna, 110; benefit from this cheapening opera Beach for the winter. lie will have one

ttfpa. Dace out if htatinxdiManct St. A nl\ s Catholic Church at 10 a. m McKinl-)' & Co., as sincere protection. tion. The surplus product is consigned of the finest displays ever made of the Stock of Merchandise, Dry Goods
picturesque views along the Evergladesand Notions, Shoes Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings .
animal the wind a It at m. there will he is'.s their attitude and thus tbe home is
of the sleeping 7:30 p. ro&aiysctn.ou I justify towards th abroad operative River Scenery, which will delightall Jewelry, Store Fixtures, tic
c.\4 not hatf ouumppel him in ln I and benediction (>f the motlUsxd silver mine owner* of the West at the compelled to pay towards cheapening lovers of Art and Nature. He has ''I Reason for selling, other business demands >

sigh, t.:. tu l..wn U> jOin: the n'ann I Surdimnl. Monday 1 morning_ last election ? These ,industrial owners i the article to the foreign consumer.. already taken: some fine views at and time. THOMPSON & BKOWN.

J.rlJCJoI fircgIk... %\.I\D we whim was dt 6.:.,0,,p', "' w :. c wcie cuu.n.y_ juaiifitd lu fUUU4iU' This phase being obscure may be J aiound Jupiter Inlet and V><,bt House. 1, Sj West Palm Beach 7Ii.

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