The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00584
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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PURELY PERSONAL.. ., Diamonds._Enhancing. In Value.. LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. THE COUNTY. TIDINGS Beethoven's. Sonata. HERE AND THERE. I !

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*Pep u They Come and Oo-People which coul.l! almost. be described as one. What the Sun's Men Heard in The A Budget of Interesting Items"From "Moonlight Sonata" is said to have Scraps of News About This and That T. i '

'foil May or May Net Know. of panic. The market value of stones 'I Lively Local Whirligig. Regular..Correspondents.VtqCircfilty I been composed'laDder: the following circumstances and Different Things. .7.S. I'

Is now 41 per cent. higher than it wasa ... -.-- ,.. I
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One evening as Beethoven and a 3
A >BeUife. ef Persoaal: Items-VUltors: In year ago, and, from pretent indication A Mirror of Minor Happenings, Mel Complied and Confined to that I friend were hurrying through the streets News Notes and Items of Interest to If

"; th.Pty, and. ClUsens VUItlng there seems to be no prospectthat dents Coming Events, and a Which U of Most Interest to the II of Bonn they heard the familiar notesof Everybody General and Nobe4y i
Out ef the city.fifes the high water mark has been Galaxy of Current Gossip. CUlitAs of Dade County the "Sonata In F." Something in In Particular. <. (

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Maud Eainttt, of .al utana, wasa ,The fact'of: itself would, of course not A work shop is being erected on J. C.Lauther's 8/PPIISGS. of Beethoven and he stoppedand C. W. Schmid is building an additionto

eslitt" .la town, the= firsts..JI'L the week. cause the diamond importers an"dealers premises. listened Suddenly the music stop his restaurant this week. .:) dI
anxiety. But there is in addition W. Carroll, of West Palm Beach ped and the despairing words of the -- ,

J. B. Beach return 'Friday from bis remarkable scarcity of stones and it is Geo. L. Branning isn't doing a thing was in our midst a few days ago visiting musician 'came to them throngh the I. Hardy, of Hypoluso has built ; 1

trip to the mountain? A North Carolina. probable that the coining season will to his home-but painting it. his parents.J. open window, "Oh if I could but hear him a neat home at Pompano, where he -, I'

Mitf Pertly v nJi/ha gone to tan find a good'many traders unable to make Work begins today in the laying of W. Smith of Delray, ,was in town some really good mnsicion play this will engage in trucking the C coming s :_,

Hiuf where she; win teach the 'publicschooljhis good their contracts, except at heavy gas pipes in the streets by the AcetyleneGas last week visiting children and friends, wonderful piece!t" asd the words endedin season ...._ f i

lOiX. Co. returning home with his son's horse and a sob. / -
year. ( It is the DC Beers "Letns in "said Beethoven. ,Dr. Nv S. Burnham is fitting np a suite ,"
t. _._. great syndicate wagon-. go They t I
which is responsible for this state of *A washout on the F. E. C. entered and found the player a ef office rooms in the Seminole Block ia
Major 80)utG', whose arrival was expected R'y near Chas, Carroll has had plowed his land young that t
tuJay has scut word that his tripto things. The syndicate is controlled by Ft. Pierce caused the .non-arrival of near the fresh water lake and is puttingon girl poor and blind. Beethoven sat & Son.part formerly occupied* by Iduer .

Pd is deferred until November.' Cetil Rhodes ani half a dozen other mail Wednesday night. fertilizer. He will soon have it readyfor down at the old harpsichord and playedas '

-. -- a- men, and they hue apparently deternfined planting egg plants.W. he had never played before. His The Connty CommissiOJiert\betd no

Tdmegtt KiUon baa returned to Stelon to limit the output of the Kim- E. R. Hancock and Lizzie Milburn listeners were sp;'llbound. "Tell us," session this week, as per custom the

University: at DeLand., to iiwume berley miues-which, in reality: means were married by Justice Glenn I Saturday: A. Smith,one of our truckers, left they begged "who are yon?" For meeting being postponed subject Jo call rat
on Sunday morning's train for Fort
Jill come of study in thllt ibitit tion. the output of the 'orM-to an infinites The young man paid the cash penalty Pierce} answer he played the opening bars in any early day. S ;

.- -- imal quantity. It is customary for therepresentatives assessed on the charges in which judgment : on important business. lie will the "Sonata In F." "It is Beethoven 1" ic

County Commiikilovr W, V 0 Rushing; or the large importing was made against bim. and se. return one.day,,,. next week. they exclaimed in awe and admiration. Will Russell and family removed .to

will rrtoni Jo Neptune end give; bis at houses of the United States England cured bride all on the same day. The truck farmers of this place wm i Suddenly the candle flickered and Jacksonville last creek where Mr. Russell .

trnitOB to the improvement of his Okee. France and other countries where there soon have plenty of vegetables, such as I went out. Beethoven ceased playing has secured a good position with I.

chbbet prorrrty. are large markets for the sale of precious Pierre Branning who is a cadet at the turnips cabbage radishes etc.. as they and bowed his head upon his hand. His the Jacksonville Furniture Co. of that I

e -( ......:.- stone, to visit Sonth Africa in the sum- South,Florida Military Institute, at Bar- are 'pl .UDg lots of seed. these rainy .1 friend threw open the shutters. A flood aty. / _

'Marvin I'opr.oae of the but known mer in order to make their purchases. tow, ha -t>een honored by his electionto days of beintiful moonlight entered the
A call for a town caucus for the< Boa
ywftg! men in' town, long connected Frequent and bitter have been the com the ,captaincy of the cadet troops. Freeman Griffith has recently purchased room. Its. transfiguring light touchedup nations of officers for the coming

faith Anthony Bros,' business, is now a plaints that have reached Maiden Lane This speaks .well for the young man's a piece of muck land and is the poor old instrument and rested has been made by"Mayor Whilldin. year The '

I.utdt1it' i. StcUtfn. I'anmitT! and Convent Garden from South Attica standing fellows In the school and with his clearing a'way-a place .to' build We upon the noble figure bowed before it. meeting will be held in Knights of -

t this )'Ut. The price keeps on going up w14 him succesS.. and happiness in his The profouu'si.encc was broken at last Pythias Hall on the evening of Oct. ifth.

oa. 1In.Ox eoBth Geq &boned Adam.train was last a passenger aight for (wUUin the latweei..Uisrehasbe n'"au B. B.'Potter has received a big supplyof ne.p..IL Z.+.'-;....'....... .. by the musician, 'who" said : "Listen I ....-- ...", .... .. 1t
advance of toper cent:), and even at Americus fertilizers which he will .C. Upton is having laud cleared and will improvise a sonata to the moon .
i l' Boyntpa where she will be tlm'guKt of the highest figures it is bard to secure have on sale at his big warehouse at the will plant out & large tomato crop this light. Then wascreatedthis wonderful this month of Mr. Freda Kaiser,
Mrs. CAM. W. Pierce for a week or ten
.J days.i any diamonds. The offices of the De west end of the freight depot He says season. He has just completed his cage sonata, beginning a sad tender formerly of Juno, now of Mum, to Mr.

.e;. Beer Company are open only few hours he will be prepared to furnish the best and.we expect to see a pretty bird in it movement, the embodiment in sound of John Kronottitter, of Miami Mr.Kton-

UrL Seagle.! of Gainesville, big fee each day andtbfr number of would-be of goods: at the lowest prices-for cash in the near future. the gentle moonlight transfiguring and owitter was at one time a resident of '""...

Urutd to her hence after visit tot buyers is so great that it takes weeks only.If J. W. Porter will now be able to grow glorifying the dark earth. this town, but for the few years past has >:

this \0"JIUe here Sin Seagle was before a new comer ha- 1 chance to be thousands of plants without danger of Suddenly the music ceased, and witha been engaged in tailoring at the County ,

the k.(\-of-btr friend. Mrs. N.' S. supplied. Even then i! appears the you are a candidate for any town their being damaged by frost as he has brief farewell.Beethoven hurried seat.J .

BarahtBi. diamond magnates are wont to treat their office say so in THE SUN announcement I home to put upon paper this famous! .
A just completed a large half-shade which
customers in the tuost arbitrary manner column. Say so in the same place if composition. Philadelphia SaturdayPost. E. Chambers has been officially advised .
TU return of Dr. 8. D. Paine to his he will use for growing plants for his .
conceivable frequently refusing to you have a friend you want to see elected v>.,..... that the F. E. C. R'y will IfOaerl't '
;.t*:?ktnUil4crial work here last week was winter gardens. ,; a-
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close a deal for no assignable reason.- .o any office. Keeping dark and ignoring _1_ '" a freight platform on Tberella
.\ .\tlrMnedb his heit of friends in this will be the
) Exchange. the proper method of announce, Hypoluxo soon offering to Plantation his properly located near
r cotumanity. Alta Paine has deferred tier meats helps no one's cause. market the finest bananas in Dade I The Earth's MaSnetfc: .Current. :.. Delray. This will be a great convenience .
." nara> untjl; the last of the month ia or. -.--- County which have been grown without I Ii -- in the receipt and shipment of 't

del to derive all the possible benefits of Rotation In Agriculture. A supper was given last evening to i fertilizer. The bunches will weigh at "The magnetic current that exist in freight- and produce for him and for his ,

tb( change in climate she is enjoying. .- -- Dr. J. A. McLeay and, a few of his I least 200 pounds and have from 200 to the earth constitute a problem that neighbors
J science has done little towards explaining _____
._ .... Barry County is between Lawrenceand friends at the home of Mr and Mrs. Guy 250 fingers. Other fruits and vegetablesare :, -

Bill Nye on Insurance. the Arkansas' line says the M.' I. Metcalf. The occasion was in honor grown in proportion, and he who remarked a gentleman who has Griffing Bros., of Macclenny. are out

\ -_L Louis Globe-Ileutocrat, Barry in partsis ot Dr. McLeay, who expects to leave to- is, looking for good land and a place had a great deal of experience in mining. with a neat circular announcement advising .

1 Life insurance ii u a great thine. I rather rocky. It i is in the section of morrow for a trip of a few months dura- where the health is so good a doctor "Apropos= of' the subject." I can tell you their patrons of: the transfer ci .

wouM"not be without it. A* a means MUiouri where a scientist went to'sleep tion to Watford Canada, his native can't s'aylad better_ come to Hypo- a cunou s 1 tit 1 a: story' Sume )eazs AbU iI their business offices to Jacksonville.The .
steel drill driven feet
of loojftvity( it U equal to the French in the shade of a bowlder one day. H.e l ome. laxo. We will give him a hearty wel was 2,200 straight growth of their seed poultry and
-- : down of rock salt
through a deposit
duel. ,Vr 0n health has greatly inx- thought he heard a tremendous racket, come to the ideal spot of Florida. onJefferson's nursery stodfc departments has made

. t proved<< Ve I got my nice new policy and awoke to discover the noise was Upon the suggestion of Assistant State _--e.- -T Island. The object was to this change desirable for the convenience
ascertain the thickness of the
.;+ with m1 lame beautifully underscored! ; made by a farmer plowing in the stones. Health Officer Horsey. Judge Heyser has Chinese Indifference to Pain. stratum of their patrons and "saving of
and I
that in that
announced the of the may say incidentally
passing October time in correspondence and
t.r with red Ink Toe farmer's wife was following and filling or.
I session of County Court at Miami. Thisis curlour s respect it proved a failure. At the end ders.' .
? and "A thing about the
( Forwctly ailed to have a wal-brown dropping the corn kicking the loose very
i lute la ny wuuthlq the morning Fly stones over the kernels. Suddenly the simply as a precautionary measure Chinese is their'indifference ,to pain" of 2,200 feet, which, you khoN is nearly
a and will be satisfactory to timid half a mile, the ,bottom was apparently Rev S. D. Paine will next San-
I mouth tatrJ like the dead pust 1 also woman screamed. The farmer stopped news said Dr. E. Z. Simmons the veteran f preach .
ones who would have had business before as far off as ever, and for all that was Mission
day "The of
morning the
{. bad that tire 1 feeling, hot flushes, nug- .UlJ ran back. The scientist got up to missionary of Canton, who was in the on
the Court had it convened this city a few days "We d. learned to the contrary there may be Christian Church." At night a sermon
! taIV the cars, gnawing' sensation 011 look. The tanner grasped a large stick ago. great
I I;! tie bale,of the chest horror of industry from the plow as h; started back aid I I week. t deal of surgical work in the 'great City salt clear through to the Philippines. to young men, "The Eyes of a Young
The first of hundred feet
f etc. | soon dispatched the snakes. With what Note the change of advertisement by Hospital conducted by the united mis- couple or so Man Opened. Sacrament of the Lord's

I flit all that> has passed away. I amt seemed to the scientist unnecessary Potter's Bicycle Agency. The patronage sion at Canton and it was at first sup. of the. bole was in dirt and sand, and for Supper after morning services and ,.
that distance there andiron
more hopeful and even my hair looks pains the tanner carefully arranged the of this new place is inert"acing every posed that there would be endless was pipe. reception of members. Young People a ,'I

tore hopeful. would nut try to keep dead snakes in the furrow before he day and the management is pleased with trouble in persuading the natives to take The rest of the way was through be.utirul Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 "
hard rock in which
1 salt there .
was no
house whhoat life laanraoce.My went back to the plow. the practical results of .its effo.ts to fill anaesthetics, but the doctors found to p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at

wife tt first objected seriously to Whj do you do that, my good man ? the wants of the wheeling public. Remember their surprise that anaesthetics were steel necessity rod for piping.of inches The in drill was a 7:15 p. m. All cordially invited.
a couple diameter
ai |BMiraBC| ou my life and said she the scientist asked. .the place of business in the rarely needed, and that their patients\ i I
and made in sections, which were
would sever, never touch a dollar of the The farmer looked seriously at the Palms Block recond door south of the endured the most serious operations The travelling public are better .
screwed into the other it
nosey if I died" but after I had been ill scientist and seeing that he was really post-office. without flinching the fraction of an inch. down. When on the level I have as mentioned west- pleased every. day with the constantly

ahwtnoalBS and my disposition had in search of information replied : The average Chinaman will assume the improving service at the Travelers Hotelin
The of' reached I astonished
bevy fishermen on the Lake was was to
loffetet a good deal, she said I need "I do that so the plow will cover themon required position and hold it like a Jacksonville. This popular house is oj
Worth bridge mate; an interesting spec- find that the drill had become strongly i
act delay the etwranies on tttt. .account the nest round." h..1A 'I'"A.I.: ft" __ _I statue. When the knife touches the t'A. Tf 1 the favorite stopping place for Floridians '
.M..ti; 4uc uajr ailCf the cessation: UI the magna A* an trop too VI any sort '"
|II Ihest da|., jioweer, of dynamite Seeing that the scientist was still long continuous rain storm. The bridgerail flesh he begins a slight,monotonous moan was brought near it it would fly over;and I I visiting th'e- metropolis, for they -- 1 =
and ..lft-ch BKiBg ptesideuUal admin. mjiienfied, the farmer continued : and keeps it up until the ordeal is over find comfortable accommodations, good
attach itself the sides
lined tenaciously to
was with anglers from the so
,}strattu s, and dark tunnel throngcwkkfa "1 cover the snakes so that they will but he gives no other indication of pain service and liberal treatment at terms
shore half that it could be loose.
to the tarn And hardly pulled
way bridgde. I
Mt cnfiaetr goes grufiitiR h.s derotupo.se. That is 'what you call it, Whether this is due to nervebluntnessor within the reach of the home people.
they were successful, too, as as the numerous stoicism, or a combination of both. I There was no instrument at hand for
war a& 'Mftt.6YtIet mile per hour ; isn't. it'es? strings of trout and: other fin- have never been able to det:rmine, but measuring the eact streangth of the Special attention is'given State peopleat
taee days til tumbling signs of the I ? salt the scientist. witL a rising I Dies showed. the fact remains that the Canton hospital attraction but it equaled that of a very The Travellers and with Mrs. Garcia

UtaM, and tipsy 'eli"aph poles, live .I inflection. I qses less chloroform or ether than any powerful electric magnet. Since then I at the head and Mr. Brady in charge of j

T wires tad dead rrpaireni these days "Well," continued the farmer, "the The office of Town Clerk, Treasurer other "large institution of the kind on have noticed the same phenomenon in the office every one may be assured of
earth. -New Orleans Times Demorrat. J.
_ wUcn the politician sad the deadly decomposition- .of animal' matter furnishes and Assessor w\H\ \ not gq begging for -- .. other borings through salt. Something right treatment. .

\ad"(* polwcWM with his pull lie down i nourishment for plant life. ,. I believe 1jC\! of( IPftd Umber for candidates this flayer's S.-Notice. about the conditions seeme to set up a .. '

together; (na I magnetic current or else a subterranean
Teach Children
utat Hinmlant), these days when death -, ..'Ye ," again; sad the jentjst. Announcement" column of this paper, I wish to call the attention of all interested current is tapped. These! at any rate -us.to_Read Aloud.

I teas la the air we brertbr, the earth 9 | "Then snakes will make corn grow. the present Clerk Geo. S. Adams who townsmen to the excellent mann are the facts.-New Orleans Times- A mother should take great pains to .

treat, the loot ,'e rat, the mater-tli won't they r' triumphantly asked the has made a good .officer and a clean r in which the town books are being Democrat. teach her children to read aloud ICCt'pt.ably. .
$ltr w.tithe ice,tbe-I tlr<7 it behooves firmer.'Yes1. record, is in the field for re-election. I
kept by our City Clerk and Treasurer, .. Much time and money are often
B. te look "cl! tu our insurance and out said the sdrs. st.'f Pitted against him is Allic B. Otwell, Oea S.,Adams. The exact fi.na.nee or -- -- expended in cultivating the voice for
Ute, .aJ I take }>lcw> ic in crrllfyiai "And more corn will make more one of the best known in
Mare young men condition of tiny town way be seen at a :Friday night last a debating club was singing and yet quite as much pleasuremay
to 6om then 'f hiiky, won't it ?" asked the farmer. whose
saying a pres. town standing in the
community glance sources incomes, methods of organized by a number of the young be given by the person who reads
rat troy com, that mote i tierame fully "Yes," said the scientist. is unquestioned and whose !ability and I Disbursements, etc. Our citizens are cordially men in town who met at the Yacht aloud in a pleasing manner. No attempt

iMnml wy b *\Ui) ha impruved w "And whisky will make more snakes attention to business 1 is sqcji a$ to enti' invifd to step in to the Clerk's Club House for that purpose. The election need be made at elocution as the word ia .

such tuat it (U a ohjct for profound I won't it ? Mister, that is what wf call :the hint tq the support of his friends office occasionally and take a look of officers resulted as follows: Geo.S. ordinarily understood ; distinct utttr-

fo jf t.ltloa oa Dl1 part. and tie I rotation in the agriculture\ of. this- The race promises to be an interesting through the town books and see how Adams, president; Emile Anthony, ante and proper emphasis so as to Convey
"ret- dlaJ'l'lt CHI the part of those I ttgiun. i I one as each has a strong following of Qur town business is be'ag conducted. vice-president ; Harry Cook, secretaryand easily to the hearer the meaning of .-

.Iw uuU natutilly inherit my vast I And the farmer 'resulrhis lacebetween "I friends and either would fill the position W WII I.I.DJNt Tony Lopez, treasurer To-morrow the sentences read are all that L& acts,.

.tall' I the bandIes of the plow. creditably. e Mayor evening the first debate will be enjoyed ,.-October Ladje/s Home Journal.


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QUAINT LIBRARY CABINET. Sweet Pickled Peaches.Clingstone. MAi'AGEXS .
OF Does Your i I
'to -- '-' teaches are best, but freestone-peaches :' : Stationery

A C..kU.llu. .f tile FopaUr Cfcll- are also good for.pickling and presen.ing. ? The Three Friends ; .

realer ... IU. Ttw* ll...red Sfaav. Eight pounds of fruit four pounds .

!... Maud-1 Uo.kra.. \\III.... .I., of sugar'one quart cider vinegar, two I Tailoring Company. Suit: You ?.... s
ounces stick cinnamon
Uiir a .teal(1'rllt.g two ounces "
whole cloves Boil and
sugar vinegar
Wlme the 'uiul diUlt'WitQus..of abachelJI" with the cinnamon for five minutes- SUITS AID PAITS HADE TO ORDER I C

'* drriajr; room do not admit put in the pared peaches a few at atime Next to his wearing apparel there is DolLing MARDEREABLOCKSADPN5

the IntfuaacttMj therein the ordinary with one or two cloves stack in L
eomicixliotis IUd extensive drawing ta- !each peach. When done enough to prick Hearing, Pressing and Repairing a realty neat man is to particular about as t1

Lie a* of tea jj easily with a fork take them out intoa A
ocrnrsot probable that I Specialty.FIT : the quality and of his Stationery.
ft achl..r's tabi* -a cftmforUWe Eng- jar and put others in to cook until all ,, appearance .
nave been cooked Boil the sirup down AID WORSHIP 60ARAITEEO. if does his bns
hftld< ritpujlj; jartxfy its creation "_ And in very truth proclaim
onha of the
to original quantity andpo'll' i
by winning ir'-Mrdiate f"ror The idea over the peaches. Seal while hot WEST PALM BEACH FLA. : Incas as a neat fitting and stylish suit of Soil Rivets
arlirc.Ireur....f" .M t umlnnatuw r>f our Amer. Preserved Peaches ripe bat -**:t mean Wear and Stretch.This I

not soft peaches weigh them and tike 4 -%, clothes proclaims the. zn.n.w .
It atoukd
an equal quantity of sugar; put these Clematis Avenue the CLEVELAND ttiuuv of HARDENED evil HNCHAIN.

iA I together in j.n earthen pan overnight >- At th- cbtia goe to foe
II I II I [n the morning pour off .the sirup and It will, If'It is the neel. The CImUod chain rOd '. .
/ boil a few minutes. Ret the kettle back Supply Store-:: easy M does tbe Ckttlaad bicycle.POTTER'S .

I ,. f and remove the senm. then place overthe furnished you by t
t fire Put the peaches in when the ::-West Palm Beach Florida.J. f:

a &ipq drop an boil hour Boil take slowly out the threequartersof peaches and D. MATHIS Piopnetof. I
the kind of house a nice
right a present ap.
place them! in jars.. Boil the gimp SicrnmU Bran .| HikcryaiiGftctrjCi) BICYCLEAND

it quarter hour longer: and pour it over pearance and make a good impression which ,
the peaches. Seal or tie thick paper My Motto-Hjairk! Sale and Small Fronts, -

1 i dl over the jars and set in a cool place Bakery Goods and would not be the case if you need shoddy
4. S' 'tiQ
Canned PtHcht'Ovt'mpe peachesare Spirting< Scuds Agency.
t not so good as others for canningparro9. Family Groceries paper that was poorly printed. .
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: and tin cans are best to can
in, although I have had as good resultsI .....My Specialty.Goods Now while speaking of houses that are $ Keating Bicycle. Blkkeiuterfer Type

I with glass calk Pare. halve and. remove delivered free to any part writers William & Clark's
of the the Lake. "right, we must not fail to mention America Fertilizers.
seeds if freestones; if clings par City or across
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-v I aud leave whole Cook in a thick vessel ill Orders Gif a Prompt AttenUen. -.--

I 4 BAcnr.uic's TUUKT tea:'a. until water done to three, but quarts nut mushy of peaches A pint is required of Goods prices First-Class paid for and country Fresh.produce.Highest Gill .:. and .: Bi&Jcle& .: Re pairil

ilean[ cbiffunier. which i I. in reality a to cook them and always use The ,
Ir of Bay of we and I wllllan'100 6.14
naTowr neat drawers and the money. :
cold Fill the fall and seal
water cans Skillfully i) Promptly Hone, andALLRaPtIa
old fuoh.cn-i oaf beautiful
none too while hot. If glass cans are used wrap \\\\'UUXUDo
.hring >t .td of time honored jn-pu
around them insure darkness.
to .
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Writ, Geo. S. Hacker & Son
Keep in a cool place
New Stc .'
; A design( for a mud convenient coa
trivincv. mul' in Some persons sweeten the fruit as for Tropical Palon .o\.j4lti 9. !, POTTER, fe'jf! ,
tom p a 4.-t. hnn-iy situple the table when canning and have eiee1- :

IptftrlUJl'e. bra three large drawers OL-- I l lent nulti Stewed ruches are pre- ___h ___ _,_____ _______
cur.in'tbu lower part and two smaller
|pared the same as for cauniug.
cues anp M4 kl.>v writer who
in conclusion the gives
.. wtUh wuuL] be found onefal fur theo recipes in The Lathes' World advises .. -n
shaven raixmt well _
are .
if freestones are ase.t in pickling
above the table parT"yWrh. as in nnt Subscribe for THE SUN
canning or preserving to tie a few of t
drt+ring ruuin tuikt tables U none Uy
the seeds in a thin bag and cook with
ample The gLue standards Pore brought I the fruit In preparing peaches for immediate Which enjoys a well-merited reputation for .
well '(,,"ward. BO M to. now the mirror
u.e drop a seed or two in the
: to: iwiiiK tu a god angle without the pie or cobbler It will improve the fla- furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has '
upper tan bittin Htndt the wall or vur ..w.osr.. j pil : -,-- -
the willow an the case may be. --- the best: equipped Job Office along the East .
la the uudhf part of this pine uf A Pretty Little Frock. ..... V/hidden's/ Market
.: furniture a copbmrd might be but.ti- .A dainty little frock for a girl of MANUFACTURERS OF f ; < Coast, and is better prepared now than ever

tuted fur tWtwo lower drawers!, while from 6 to\8 years is: made with a guimpe 4 il
the width of, the table top could be extended Doors, Sash before to meet all the requirements of the tJ l- .P.lJnnoe/. ..,........ .... ","I1/w'
br the Edition of a shelf at either 1'1"1
Blinds MouldingsAND trade in that line \ j with' ''
rod. which being hinged, could be you r
hla6d or lv.'eml at will The inclo+eel
rurLo-rd Would be fuund n cunveuient 4 I I Gttd Mesls at thing Fricis

rtuptacll for boon and dippers aud if Building Material, High-grade Work _. yZ.: _
further na-otuiuodfition were needed Fresh Pork,
tbU maid CHARLESTON, S, C. Is the kind THE SUN does
be provided! by ecrecnLn the Beef
lower part uf the race with a pretty ta' Largest Factory South. ,

curtain 'Send for Prices. Poultry

Thin neful little article would look ;. S and the only kind. We have found through
well io Inexpensive wood stained green Eggs.

or golden brovru. with copper.handle I. an experience extending over a number of

It U ibtfre tinK to notice th.1'as a Native Meats a specialtyYour
general rnir. the furniture that U common 't- ., # yew that it pays to do this, for'when yo i p. i
-.4 J
to mm U tfc t MI subject to change rx Patronage Solicited. .
customer he will stick knowingthat
once get a "
hlrb identified with
a* that u usually ,
: Market IIn Banyan Street
1M gentler rec. As in dre!!& so in forniture what is done for.him will be done EIGHT ,
-th t which is destined to serve 1142 WEST PALM BEACH. .

the rterwr half, of humanity U judged ", ", i in a manner that will be both pleasing I. ___ {

i primarily (runt a utilitarian standpoint : ,,' ,., L. ',

fashion amt *beauty ptx-ially bring is secondaryconnideratMn this no- 5 s ; ', and attractive. Tte: Dade County' Stale Bank, 1 =j

tiwd in the furuitnre that is required .. West helm Beech Florida. ;
for the purteeww of tally or occasional \
work or bumnewt at home And that's the. I
It i* tho xlur usef nluej uf the thing) Authorized Capital $100,000. ,
that lrancriLtiwt ha. guru many the t.office t>trfnlly desk furnish*n en- Anadvertisement Cheapest after all.Even Paid Up Ccpifal $15,000. l. ) t

dillln rooms and libraries Fcr private
or bn ibft ia writing at home it u necessary I Iwbere OffiCERS: .

to hiv a desk that ran be shut up r E. N. DIMICK, Prestdtnt.U. f'

C'ompIPft'ly in a ninment The roller top though you might be able to send else- D. HENDSICKSON r7cVf ds k >k>eii tbto and so does the time .., Irn. .I.. BRAWN II16, C95rilet. ,
boacrvd cylinder fall writing table and for your Stationery and save pos ihly ti -- 11 t
_ i Office Hours From g a. m. to a p. m.
I of white muslin arranged in small tucks a few cents on an order amounting to several
from which falls a pinafore of pin spotted Transacted
(i4rttikt: Busnus;
l uaz.u pink and white tun-Jin SUN dollar*, remember that time is consumed and Ii 3 t
The hem of the skirt is decorated t.nlleeti4nsprornptl) remitted uk d>; with a narrow frill uf the plain muslin delays occasioned in doing so, and ,that if r'teIl ami sold 118 Ibe prior
s'' s about two inches wide The loose sleeves rl.aleitiredthernilydS1.teL; 4-1
0 tucked at the top have frilled cuffs. The will mistakes should occur you will have more or --

1 same design could be carried out in ..' ,
I Ip any
4 soft lightweight goods either wool or / less trouble in getting them rectifiel. GO TO.Enicbon's. --

Mlk. bring results
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Ripe Tomato Catehap.Taks Restaurant
The Sun Guarantees |
half a peck of ripe tomatoes,
ix red'peppprs. ball a tablespoonful of and will
t cloves half a tablespoonful of allspice, Satisfaction j .' | WHEN IN MIAMI '
II both ground: four tablespoonfuls of
i [liii salt. four tablespoonfuls of black pepper 'em -t i

h p and the three ingredients tablesjioonfnlsof simmer slowly mustard.Ltt for. bring.. quick. is right here at home where it standsready rand p- A Square Meal! for 25 Tput!.

four hurt strain tho mixture through all times and under all circumstancesto
at and
A sieve, put it in bottles cork and seal Just try it. Comfortable Rooms .

co.ly: fulfill its contracts to the letter. 11 you i Clean Beds.... ,- '
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litllflTr Fa.hien'. Rehoea.CMd \
have ,
are not satisfied with you may
stickpins.! which are just the
-' bins that ever} woman will want gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the 10HN ERRICKSON

have apptwrtxl faes ranging from '!I" ;
A Ql'4UIT uanaln' rid stbece1 that of the email brass pin of everyday .' ,.'t.', .. ., style or grade of your Stationery, f I'UOmiKTOU,
'Olnblnati or tJollkC'a AI11
writing oJN d41.1s a<< M d'...(gtMMl to tbe game Die up to round headed affairs in what .. .....-.o" :'.., IP MIAMI
tai was once shawl pin size. .' FLORIDA.

An eruption of little bows reveals ittelf Send in trial order
Hrte tuv*" us 'fal piece of fnrnitnrr a .
of the At -- --
. ibtt \AVi ecomnvmlatea good on some new gowns. .' k
ir kito>t.v lit huts tnil to contain ira present the hews ace unobtrusive lac- f or any tl ling' you ma y need I
fag the fronts of l H. MALTBY
together polonaises EO.
|U .Irllw<-r ii.nr fuifoca Ii well ala fall r ,
and tonics and the side
down awl hnl op flap for ntirg pur running up
wnelt[ ct f skirts, but there they are all --- I EA.IR IN-
1t15.5 Sita: r l>inct I' this wnnlrlt in the office or counting room-Letter Ilea-1*,
.nu a t'\lUIl.te".u".an.) perms piece he[ same household
a .,f fnreitarr U a UUatjcr nvidfrn din ,I Many of the winter dresses will have R. Note Head, Statements. Tags, Envelope*., : Furniture
ingle breasted waistcoats! and for these W. MITCHELL, I Office
r Uijf n.int and wonUI n.H fail to tew ore i ,
I tb* ii i-ruTtl i>f the .linary bury man the pane: boy1 close tt ballet buttons Shoe Repairing Neatly Done Harness Card, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter ij .
., ,
--- arc likely to be wanted The crystal

Ilk* ..,.......'"'. ... ...... J.....t."Tlw ; buttons have been the feature of this Sewed and Repaired. Pads, Circulars, Dodger, Hand Bill, Pam
awwon They are now being beautifiedby Out-ortown oistou-ers will) receive Funeral SuppliesA
"f these littU
&trla..b"'r > CD* I
atte,.tiou. Olive phlets, or in fact anything that you may want
f*4.u. ttJol titint.whi,h at the mo n peurL au emerald a ruby or their promt Shop on Street,
UJt.lliU'il1rtt'd in the center. next door north of TROPICAL SUN Build- I Ii !
Drat suit the fancy uf the young ladies 'nc. 8-18 in the line of PRINTING SIMTIALTV.:
..bn1war.. r..n. little I'hu.liob.II' A* far as it is piWble to judge at i i 1! .
v* ThUptfrrtljr cr..baNd hlo1tlT..to'lIt .ius j rtwut, gowns! in crepe de chine will
lmH trti in enamel l uf thin be worn all through the early autumn, !West Palm Beach Fla.
.. ibX gveea. with feet uf guM and large and the material n certainly quite an Brelsford Bros And we will I .
tjn of ratiT U worn A' brmnh. charm. ideal Wlator tea gowns> and for indoor --

-'It bn4-kk t'flC'ltlt1 It i> sum on the toilets to be worn fur country house Real Estate and Insurance WHEN in JacVsonul'.e be sore and visit -
tabula Un.lltoun panda. paper visiting! your OM Friend<< who will surprUj
nt\t-rl. etc .11 i. wn pnntd the The mark of style h on the woman PALM BEACH, FLA. please you =sure. you with Bargain* in

hllev pap.-f for infumial noUM Thit i. whoa traveling bug is made of the J Dry CuoU.: Clothing( and
the DMUO't d thin _*JA. fact which auto material her guw n. Xotary Public. Cottages to Rent Ueim' I'ulnbhingg.-! _
U "I1r\,1 tQ the Silk tjniihed alpaca vr brilliantine
pndidw III
Postofflr Ruilillnx.\ North of Kttt3e3?!? D. SINGER Manager
", t'tli..t I:*.... .r. 'writees Paris cottsW1M1eI .Pl''I'f" in i hnn ; 1 InV The J.1ftlm' Crcal4re for autumn gooda U.tagi JA.K: OMVILLE.FLOlIp

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-- --S 'ODD"FEOJ.OWS.- HEADQUARTERS 'FOR'-; -- W est"E..H. bIMIGI;. -HathushekPianos

tl Hones :1'toprietar
-a-" ,
...tat'. what Are OI'te'A. Overlooked.y'rleadly k. Lacli s' ? )Dress Goods, Ready: ? Are V ianb With a. Nt...
Palm t ti' I -
; lisp. 7.1'. .Hade Skirts, Underwear, Shirt Pianos That Have A a.iltatlc ".
? : ?
r The fact that.Odd Ff" wship punishes
f:J::,: : drankenner'by itnarensi6aoe: expulsion. I.. Profit 4 waists.?.Hosiery and Shoes: ," Beach! secocd; to !we.... They an it

-- ". that l'uon're' )excluded from all lodge- -1" kin. that: .hsieatlvdtk4i lfc..f -
Dry Goods Men's'Purnish'gs11Ol8e .
__ <_ room that aQti&toxtcants are precluded II :; ; ..,; time kit LaveguUfc&ed&r pKMl

U/gTEO! WORKMEN._ from banquets[given in the name of the READY HADE KOSH6nO-GARlIES.) ; Drug I rilicsi R1Uli"laDiion.ry waj. '
r order and than saloon keepers cannot be ,, t -

ize a 7 ....... .....:;;.;u t-r... liar.4ssd admitted" to 'nxtiibership in an'Odd Fellow : ..Store. !j!They Are Net
t tirsstl lmda.nNeeel .. 1 lodge:'la a,revelation to men whose I 1-
., ''II gitl style piano >hat* beta

f' tht J. E.to Booker. tu MUKIM el fcaffulk lodge, V*.. represent from the based aorirtv knowledge upon and'of the who fraternal actions have placed of organizations some all convivial fraternities U-, P I r\( '.:-!:. ",)" '; j ".i,I .f' ."...,;!." and Royal l'.Poi ciai a Pilarm CY, i f f rented as "ffff for at j ears barl'nina"ml tben ew vtietett ire-

( "ud jurisdiction In the- same class and dismissed the ,'-'I I I I .1.. '-/ :.tttH'; _,, '" .. ., 'r' tVa,1 ? they "cheaplow.grade"' : tans r
of Maryland,
/ entire from further consideration.. .
subject I
which include : fk.) ti_u. DEALER6 LUrtigs \- made to fell Mal lull p tt'- s-
-OUJ Ucview. ; :
the tate of Vii Fellow : :.; .
rluU. WM torn Expenses, of the grand lodge of New S -.!ht",..." t I Every Piano Is New, 3
8 R I G.H. T. < > .. .
York estimated $11,000 for the ; ;- ; "f
are at
la the Old Dominion and U made la the"
Is 1843 at ensuing year and a per capita- -tax. of 11 ,:: ..>. \,;. :: .t' ... .. ,;;.iJ..., ; .Toilet Articles I Matltuthek every part Fit".. ,
Htmpd Mr cent has been levied y .
} : -
:w l'etr
\ B.xAer joined the There is no flas of people that more -Hi'o": Fine iluguarant.tt .h.ttw111.

'A. O. U. W; In sacredly keep their pledges or:at.de by ; : : ; -'- Stationery, and ;. last a lit tiQ\(. .
.1800 as charterrWwbvr the instructions! given them during the $ PARtLitsI Gri.7t: H- .t '
;i Why Take Chances
r. of Excel .Initiatory or-'degree work than members : ;; ;
lor! lodge of Suf of Odd Fellows* lodges- Druggist Sundries. I on cbfap I'iacowbtn: tfce QM: E

0 folk. Ills| first I IHilUou Thaw who u'" acquainted with the .. I an of Ituaor ii beauties of Patriarchal Pteacriptionsoretully( t
Odd-Fellowship Corn
bought at and
f. prices term! (osuUjcu
the grand kxl -
; know its slue as well as the beauties of These the East Coast .
was membenhigosttt its ritualistic ceremonies. are expressions: !y BiisTnessSolisited. I ? There are more ilia

-...o, d l r L eo u.. taw cum Some will join lodge for other WEST PALM-- 15KACU: 6-10-%. : 15,000hthu@htk l-'infta
I. QOUL mlttet>.and hewat men a no which ,be heard all i
a- can on '
purpose than to get every dollar they pos- 'I the South. "You Sbeli! Hare
beaed elected .I
a to the hiehett of
kibly and will when asked "
can complain f One.

i n. t lee u..la tit the tU term citnd of juriwlivtlou.office ** fraud At mas-the to pay their part of it sides concerning the newscolumns : hil1es.e.'Laundry I Genuine Mlhuil.tk' I' .
' tof Vorkuta* but March: he wit chosen There are various "unities" nnder the 1. of 1 are only, Q1J 1 1i3I _
fgptvftt rrpretMitatiTe. Mr. Booker is general name of Odd Fellows in the old ,

L r..h .i.; Miter and proprietor of tw Suffolk Her world' taking their.names from the city .. .. WO KEE, Prcprlctor.! I LUnnrX&JHTF.S'ttR H.
1"1 sad for th, part all lean has been of their headquarters vr origin. The i lied l ahlJ'aDatr.:
BMibr of U>* VUtfala house of dele- Manchester Unity from which the Independent ;;,5 2:) Ea't St. JacksantilU

.1 fttea, Order of Odd Fellows is a descendant % Shirt V....... .......... ...................10c Bay Ha

.I. Tta* are ever 27,000 Koitttm. of ia the largest of the English Y' : T1IT ;. ."; Open Front ......._ ... ..?., .. .:cCollar.v. -- __ __ IF
Am.rks la Uaturhutrtta, unities; Tbe American order_U called by ( .;.......... .......?.....q....... oj4c h' _.".
them the Baltimore Unit Calls ...... .... ........ ... ,T L_ !
Ta has decided that J. .-............. 3rLudic' o Rent': uy the Lour:pr !JaY.ONh .
auprtJiM court The total expenditure of the order in Jl' AllTROPICAL Shirt!".lilt-tll........._ ..."i;> S., '
vfcn 1 fraad court oflkvr U"under Sew York itate last year was $592.263; ... Y j flEW+ BICYCLES( IN TOW 4.
etanr De aaprrat chief ma"remove
its pt dUif trial total receipts. $030,403. 'FIRST.' .LASS WOTtK, UiRAXTEED. Next Door Nor1i'orTropica1 SUB Bo: 'c. r
_New York Odd Fellows paid for relief 1 *,0'
KH1 Dakota had but two assessments of sick and needy brethren last year over Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH. / W. R. MITCHELL
+ far the tm fire month of this year 22
$300.000. Proprietor.
The prutcctio& BOW la force la the order _
Santa Cruz (CII!.) Odd Fellows will! -- -- --- -
esrveds f 7tw.omv --- ---
oaIV - S
spent $11,000 in the construction! of a c--- =
supreme lodge rules that lodges i temple to take the place of the one destroyed :
vkb-k hare failed to war a.ee-s- by tire. 8
tents are M Longer within the order. BURKHARDrS .Octobers, 1899.
The records show, that eight or ten Ju-
Maine jorUdtctiuo has added a new risdictions now pay more than onehalfthe We Want You! To Bux6ur COFFEEat
lodge ta the miter It la located at South expenses of the sovereign grand 8
1 tVtlaiuLLxwifn lodge. This Store...
of the Baton dlxtrict have .SUN. a. ", m
!' In return we promise you Better Value i iii Trice and Grade than rou y
|4eai l 300 MW nndidatM bj Jan. L KNIGHTS OF HONOR. .
get anywhere. j
Tfc ... O. V. W. sees r defaults nor .. .. CbolwKt Straight Uio.........._ ...._.._;._..13c.per<- Lh. 3t
IOetHta a just dalm. Why the A r mft Wa Imereaaed.Varlov l.ntiy Un! i lu ThiN,.. ... ?. ..... .....:.!:\e.pp'H>. : ..
!*ot... BuriharJl'ii Ilk-nil......_....H,.. .._ ......_: "''.per Ib. .. "
1':lIIII..lg-lI'l'lIllo 't inn .._...._aSe Ib. .
Two made
the per
MASONIC. years ago supreme lodge Mocha! and Juvii lu 2lb.Tlex.._...__..elk. per tin.
the mistake of not making the rates for The OLDEST and BEST

I "'.....laI .;;;;.. .t.... Death. young men high enough and last year 'I.UNMATCIIABLE COFFEE. This grade in j'.U tins only and not -
made a second mistake- not levying an procurable: in any ether way. Is vvu:hed for ant guaranteed I be ihe
... published in the ?
ttlgs J' Ii. Terele.Jtdae ......... ,.._ newT 6 '
Daper ._
..gm..n.I.ft.l..'UH', U"._..._..y 'urge t o a t one Sun ,. --- -- -- -- CHOICEST COFFP$ 0\ EARTH. !\n: matter w 6 a t puce fop
ft. T. W. Duke Jr. fraud master previous error of Judgment.! This year into paying, we have knocked off 25 cents of the r : trayiceliecajoled .
.t of Masons la \"Ir htl... hat appoiutcdTVuaa the supreme lodge has simply done what County. Each week they and place it to yon at a cost ofONE CENT A CUP! jib, tin-loo cups
H. Mania of ScotUtllk lodge, it had to do. it found that the sentiment of.CofFee-ioo. a
Hicbuiwod, 4 iiitinber of the cxiiumltte of the order was opposed to extra assess contain :

ot tvtea authoriard by the grand lodge of1'Iralita ments. All that was left for It, therefore ._ L. W. BURKHARDT Finest tail s.Sto &
at last Mnsioa. DeremW. was to increase the amount of the
Ix 1'\' tit manic for and ranilact the cer regular use-smeut.--Inl&hts of Honor 'Phone No. z. Residence'Phone No. 3.KXXXXXX .
tisatlnl.. to 'uuulaemorlt100 of the I'\'lItl'D- Reporter.
btal aaal .fMrr .f the death ofVor.hipf All the News> ,
l Crnrf Wa. llltt\ta. The (rand bvlxeUl : Sweden lodge of Brooklyn is composedof .
Swedish brethren as iU name indicate ,, ,H it .
i nwrt la Alriabdria< D e. 13, and : ..
*. Its meetings are always well attended --
UUM coreaxmiea slit| te held Dec. 14 at raj '
y, Woo VeriMtu. fmident William M Kkfe oVUfrrtat the addrew of the nearer that IS News.not : .- .
lo W followed bjr a reception and To Influence a friend to join our order ) i+ "I THE QR1FFINQ BROS.. CO.'SDescriptive .

)- buffet Uaqaet IB the tit, of \Vathingtoo. b to do that friend, the family and the ':t pZA L Ni TFRUII H4 llbrstratel CatabgceT -i
state faror. It Is of the best
It U ....a... to ad the Maaitcle budie a one ''l ttaWiiat -
means of knowing them how to secure
,../ ta app<**r la puMk eccevi oo nrlctlj andetdsdrtly equality of fortune, perpetuating the ; to Final and How to Grow and Uar- .
; lll
& Mawak orrattoaa and dutwa.Aa from PRO
I 'ladMUaaU. they 'are interested and home, establishing the child's future and OB gtFrltita
protecting the good name of the family. -Monty Ma of UM S.sts.. }
lefteraUartirt la all matters of publkalar ..: Beach and immediate'vicin. ,
., bat aMWMary regulations to prt- Would your friends ever mistrust from : s 2 ItizbdlrasieTrees. N.tTreesGrapa.Fiesatw.aaalbur Peaches. PearsPi.me. Penivunnss &tr

art T. lutrnonr prevent appearance on your conversation that you are a memberof : Oranges; on CitrscTri'oikta St"'.>k Ors &
the Knight. of Honor ity but from all points 01 -9 mentatTreesRu.esaade.eriru.utter ate C- .
aa, other ecculou. "3 Low Prices, prove, orchard(,utleR. Aadrt.. 6-
The grand lids of Ireland haa /BOO If any member feels that It will not '
f cwwthoeat Men,* 42 of vbkh are lueoutrtet cost any wore whether h", does his duty _. 1: note on the Lake and along i ...C\ ALOatE: FR!&.. Tie6riioolSros.CoJNurseries [ {{ J
MUUo of the Wand. or not, be wll! tome da; realize his mis- ._ .'1 J ow .
lake. A word to the wire is sufficient. :' "she ; "'- .
A pantfrapfc has bees gulag' the rounds _.- : ranrcaa, tnus ma'JO'ngI : and Test Ground at--a.- POMONA NURSERIESx | .
that .JtCerao iMvia Uasoa and
waa a
bad .. KNIGHTS OF Macclenny, Fla. "*- Jacksonville, FtaSSr I
sat U th* grand lodge of Muia( ippi. PYTHIAS. easilyLeading
Quad fteentary rovers proves conclu- -- t h 48t frlCfir.MWW ? S!Aihf2i! WMl4MMrJW: ; 1 ; <>

al tly that tU (jut."wal .Joseph a lUtUttc of the Endowment Ramk.Shovldcr ,, ,
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broOker of Jeffwsos Davis.Tk
Kaoti. - -

MaMBk 8taoJ rd of New York The total membership of the endowment
+ \ San that pUdng a copy of the printed rank U 57,401; insurance in force The F illilyNewspaper 1HE ERRfvlRN M00SEIs ::

pr re < grand. Iud,. In the IlitUIO.WO; assets i$5,113.. The Bum
katda K wary member vf the constituent of $13,
Mt* rvad! nqoe.tlonably hare a of deceased members. During the BEST .OlACCOMJIODATIONS.. .-TAB,!.!} tiES!TH ; MARKET AFl-ORFS. ,
\ IQIId eQed.Th. i past year the amount of the endowment -:jEJa.tiisa itt Connzotian. r "

I aurrjate cbaritiei of the various Increased $;:.:OO. During the past year of Ms 'out IJ.ilert; n"l ;nnal.lt. Sttnrt Di+tnnt e from the Depot.
J MIII&k asauvUtiuw of the United States! *40,500: : hall been paid to the beneficiaries: III ; ; r,
?, ; .Yresttd to nearly f 10.OGO.OUU hat year. of deceased members, and since the organization Athll'e9 Mrs. S. E, EARN; WEST VMM mn.: ( FLA.TABRVBLERS ;
P Tb. grand lodge of MtbvrU BOW coms of the endowment rank the ; .#, -:
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Hum of $400,500\ has been paid outGeneral .
\'"'" .*ea ludctn the strongest conIS TIEf'SUN '
$ .t&Ldac ntewbrrs and the smallest 7. Fred 11.''unston is a member Already is a welcome
of Neotiha Mice of lola. Kan.
a1 where tU Mfrty only in conformity to
Y.rwue.gv, VU.UMU aud laudmorkia Peum>yhania Knights have in funds visitor to nearly every ... .' ,
iaUy the work of the craft la lodge on band and invested $1,047,025( ; paid r t NEW MANAGEMENT: .
....-wd1.,. and to individual Masonic fur relief $181,574. Scott Dibert b home in this section -

{ v ,Cora, grand chancellor. FELIX GAR&M Jacksonville
i t"a4 r a charter of Vwierick the Great (j'aiit Supreme Chancellor Colgrove b iand its many attractive <: Prop. _.. ..
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tlf% Manat proH>ny, bulb real and perU Mid to be a candidate for governor of| :
r t t ...' sumps Crow taxes lu 1'rttesia.Aaeoabete. Michigan. !r1:: lfeat1.1reS: are bringing' new Elect lie 'Lights. i Electric. Bells laths, Complete Service

.i The salary; of the grand keeper of reo-: i., The :Eest $2.00 per day Hotel in Tlorida.
'I J' ; ,- .
.01'\1- and cal of Pennsylvania I is $1.200, 'W' n"V1T'1.' -,. h .
> k
t l 1ooII D. It. Urndrrwo, who will U tad the expeuws of the grand chancellor .," .Lv ci u.uIV ..I.\ .ran; S: va: ': .c ,.; Tale carat the t'n DJ UrpotariJ lI tkllie.ou'uclor ton top at Iho TT .'tet&. 1.2F ii
th %eitspeaker "f the house! of retireatatativr ire limited to 1000. ; week. \ ,
-j. ., ---- -- --- --- --- -- ----- ---- -----
*. .la aa actlrt Meteebee.s ,
.. Red Me.,
Manftall tent of Markhalltown la the ty ty ha'i trr WV Ly' tW
The annual report of the great chief '' r-'M.
Urg4 la Iowa, with a membership oft
... of record of New York showed a membership .
\ of 25,335, an increase'of about *T
GbEfl G.
j Lidkoalaas. awl harmony are en". 10JO. Three thousand seven', hundred STROj4M'

lbere apparent la the order I la the till- and ninety-ail adopduus were had in the ;'. _' $
t WI 'JarladtMlw.Auorku lad yeur. There are now 283 tribes In DEADER INStaple rr.... Ai ,

teat carried off second boners the state and 2,590 past sachems. --

is the eoatt for th broom la SL Councils of the Degree of Pocahontas Advertisers and Groceries :
'I loam with a percentage of 47. cannot have both beneficial! and nonbeneGcial i $ Fancy ,

".... members.A .
i ....,_ ....
Rslabea srd ( B. member rejected for reinstatement
T.. repeal, .f the treasurer .t the does not bare to wait six moons beforehe Grain and all Food Supplies.

i \I'K..llitl and- L dea of-- Uonar present, another petition for admission. ...- "Q O lif:9l'1--. h {.'hf ,
}oast shows-H.UCO:: ; ....4.-- .I't! ;>:i"J v t.u.i>r, ,1v .ce UJ.Lv L.l.'ee --.- y

) i... the |astitutia of the order. 22years Tribes can amend their bylaws by grad use which they make of its
ago I144CS.UW baa tees paid out ing the benefit while a brother is unable COUNTRY PRODUCE
aveouat' of death benefits. in follow the hunt.Altshmat'tribe.
M colums and its inc 'fasingpoplllal"ity ,11w! ajs Fresh, Kept in S'ock.
|*rue.r* IM sew relief\ food members won the $100 prize offered

Coder iO yi.n ofag and receive $"0. by the California reservation for advertising Your Patronage 80"<,..4,_- ,
-Qe. sere sad revive |;4, five and receive the greatest number of adoptions last as an $

t tl7JU. sae. two, three or tour and re- great snn. The number- of paleface 4.14 West palm J acaob cia.WV1.
tetra for each saber 10- t( adopted was 130. ?

...... ....-.... Flr Golden Eagle. -- -- 5 '' W

A state ramp has M aothorlt to.levy. George E. Owens, secretary of the
i t fr capita tas. aad camps are sot K. G. Fi borne and orphanage in Pennsylvania Boarding at Reasonable Rates.

.Wtc..cl te pay sates they wink however reports that the institution IsIs .
these fr capita levin are usually a 6ourtehing condition and that eev: I V1H3 EVAN3 is prepared accoramoilate, boarders: at her ATTKXTIUX MERCHANTS!
dune by alWIIIt'Ot aad are for a "outMt.t.w. eral! rabtles have nnder consideration :
purpose and ..ult'lboal.l be Jhe changing of their bylaws so as tq well known boardirg hou-e on Clt-mntis! ; Ave., close to F E.C.Ky.: depot.

pad; .aWe U does sot lacoavenienc the become members of the home. THE MISMS BOTTLING WORKS

ramps. There b revival In the order. Duringthe CAii.rix HEP Foe RATES AND DOOMS. -*-- *9-t! {

A toeSt cettltcste cannot be dlepaed 1 I term of Grand Chief Charley I}, prepared I lo deliver I EXPRESS 1'uEr.UD, to all responsible parties I
.l by Webster.. at (least 25 castles will be uv
sir.tailr- -- stunted and the ptcmbership will be la BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE,-;etc., 1

Hsoe, rrre.td over- -- 3IN0.Knights, 8UDDED CITRUS TREESRAISED
Tbe atom of the order ia Tatriotinn.UWrty : PairoizM'ttTPadt County Mercluiis Solicited! and Satisnciiva Guiraatctd.. -

aaJ Brotherhood." Equal tights .! Malta. ON- I I ('. CAS'I ELLAXO. I'ny.): 311 AMI }'LA.n .
are gives t* both. arc aad women.A Application has been made for a charter If -
-D: .
aua essi eater the order with his for the fraud commandery of the ...SPRUCE PINE RID&E I -- ---- .. -
--;-- --- --
wife, so. sod daughter.ef District of Colombia aud Virginia with

.... tw Bprrme e i&ces are held headquarter at Washington. Wild Lemon and Sour Orange stock. Also full line TROPICAL FRUIT and \ for The
by 'uses. and they are admitted .a Three new commanderlei are almost ORNAMENTAL STOCK. JOHN B. BEACH, West Palm Beach, Fla.. Subscribe -x.w,

d"fa vita ..... prtdy for institution in North Dakota. -..- --

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:: f ___Ho m P$per nl Dade Croat), FWuU. For yearn the blogan cry of thispapi'r THE EVENING CALL thinks tie .

and StatP Press Anfiotiation U' not all
has been for better roads CROCKERY and
TiimCAl [
that could be desired. n.tbe' Press
be too ,
1 GUY L HKTCAtr. EDITOR better schools. Neither can
Association could do
only something -
good, and there i is nothingthat Dade FURNITURE.t
> MU.ItMtO IVIHV THUMOAY that will materially increasethe !

:; a T wise Mk. BIAOH.OADI COUNTY FLORIDA. needs more than these two things! prosperity of the Slate papers
All Kinds of Boat Coods.
:: ISUCIIPTI As a simple business proposition and make !them stand together for
PRICE. J2.00 A YEAR. Stare Tinware DOOM,Sari kid Shads
we,take the position that no invest, food prices for their space, then it.
\11! Kinds of Tackle and 3oodi.
i EMitted al tkc rortofflce of Wet Palm Ucscb' Fishing Sporting
raent is possible that would .bring would be worth somehit! }!. Now it
f M II cca.4cUM matter. Gasoline Stove Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stove
quicker und larger monetary1 returns ill ft yearly love-feast, with a picnic Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns. Harrison Bro*.' J.eadJ Mixed Paints
: :
: THV1thDAY, QCTO3E 3. 18 ttFARMISO and u free lide. The balance of the ta-M.d Order GU. Prompt AttontiM. ....-"

than to expend wry dollar possible u___
--- ------- time they give their space to the
P'L to use of the County funds in ron

_'-- _itrnptin_ si continuous hiirhwav from patent medicine man for little or LEADING BUSINESS: FIRMS -w--------- TTh- ::- -- -miH
-' .
nothing. If the Cull will induce the 'If P
ithenorthern; ; bonndry 01 ;

St. Lucia precinct. The creation o' association to get down to businessfor Whose Cards Appear In this Paper, A GUARANTEED PAINT

the press's good it will earn the
a natural demand for land that i. Classified Alphabetically.
thanks of : in Florida. -
every newspaper
now unsalable bemuse inacessibl PARIAN PAINTS Ii
.-Daytona Gazette News. ,
for travel to say nothing of tEe 1 ARCHITECT;

AI' nrreaseof land values would warrant T D Brown West Palm Beach
? ) WHILE the newspapers of the State Are Guaranteed not to Chalk, Crack, Rub Off, Peel nor Blister. Are not
such expenditure and would be .f
are busily discussing the respective : affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes, and are giving better satisfactionthan
necessary to construct such a high- .
merits of cloud of candidates
a possible Dade- County State Bank any ether paint known. It is the coming paint in this State u it is
"ny. for the State officers, the Pa- West Palm BeachBARBERS

It is a serious problem that staffs latka Advertiser takes the followingview _I' particularly adapted to the climate of Florida. .

hundreds of our good settlers.and of the poliliCHlllituation: :

I FU Vt ft LD citizens in the face, They own land While the Democratic party of "Ii Win Schaudt West Palm Beach
good for the production of fruits or i Florida has a safe plurality of voters Milo Cooper, West Palm BeachBICYCLES EDWARD WILLIAMS, .

: over the coqibinea strength of all .5. ,
market produce. Their lands are as r.
other political organizations in' the : Agent for Carrara and Parian Paints, '
desirable as any more accessible to State, it has an element of weaknessthat
Ceo S Adams We!t palm BeachW

travel if a market can be found for results most are be to be ovetcome obtained if in the the gene best R Mitchell, West Palm Beach 28 East ,Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ii i

them. The building of good ropd .,
ei al election nest year. That weakness --- 4 7.-'w--.,-. -1- i
the world over stimulates the do- consuls the lack of compe- BOTTLING WORKS: .

taut leaders and the want of proper MiamiBUILDING -'---' -- --- i
wand for and enchances the value of C Castellano
by the There are .
support press.
country properties. The ejtnvta*. many men who aspire to be leaders .a- LEGAL NOTICES PROFESSIONAL CARDS;

ation is the merest trifle in rojnpara- of the.party who are not in.harmony, SUPPLIES:

:j- with tbe financial results. Taj wan tile genera sentiments c* meDemcicraUc Chas Welshans. Jacksonville M ASTER'S SALE.
son There many'of : :_ M ETC ALP,
masses. 'V.1.
& S C.
Goo g Backer Son. Charleston
WTME FAD with quite aoumlfrof payera, do not object to paying our newspapers that .aasRlI1e the! ;: I _
ID of a final drarre of f0fCiMIIIIWrenderel
our town boys this Fait! lilitrnl I tax levies' wht'Jl they know political education of the people only --- pursuance by tie Hon. MiuorS. Jonen Jmlge ATfORNEr. AT. LAW. I
to betray them into the hands of & SURVEYORS NOTARY PUBLIC.Will .
About a K-ore of them are planningto the money Is to give their proxies the what it the CIVIL ENGINEERS : of tbe Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in '
Republican party or practice in County,state sad Federal '
Franklin Sheen, West Palm Beach and tor Dade Connty. ID Chancery tilting, athaiiibpni
J engnge: to track-raising ,on the a CH.8b"Rlue and is certain to stimulate same thing into the support of the Courts! .
administration doctrines of the sin
inrnkLin1, between here and Fort movement in real estate. thp"tn'
A. D. 1899. la the fhaneery rave (ifflce'in TROPICAL SITS Block,
gle gold standard ei si on and
taudfrJafe the rominemson. TW But, we hear some one say, this imperialism Beyond Mr.pan Mallory DENTISTS: wnrting, wherein Mm. J.ouise Krnttb I ID comilaioant West Palm Beach. Dade County, florid*.
and Susie A. Snell and Irving P.
aaliftfattnry. rwnltsobtained by must cannot be brought about without in the West. Mr. Davis in the East 0 A Thomason. West Palm BeachL inell are defendants the undert. .ned Special

of tbo...> engaged in this business last bonding tbe County increasing the there and Mr is scarcely Sparkinan a man in in the the bomb State; T Daniel, Cocoa.11' faster in Cbanl't'ry11I.00 the Bret Monday. 1\..LEX St. CLAIU-ABUAMS,

enron is the incentive,that leads so road tax mileage; gven soj wears i who is in a position to become a being the6th ATTORN EY.AT-LAW,

many> the toy to make the venture prepared to show that a County in Jtipng leader and whose politics is i DRUGGISTS; Day of November, A. D. 1899, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.:
not jaimmlo $qme erient with E % pimick, West Palm Beach\ .
this ,eftt. the solid condition that is true of these Republican hereies. cell at public outcry to the highest; and bent Practice in all tbe Circuit Court, State and
'.-i bidder. In trout of the Court House duor In 'ederal.
Dade can do many a worse thing :!-:!! .! 8. '.
DRV GOODS AND CLOTHING: Miami, In laid County of Pade, within the

THE, UA.Muui'B J'B 'EE"ISQ9 than to make an outlay of hundreds MANY 0; Tnt ?A-UTY- IEARER3 6f f'' Thomason & Browl' West Palm Beach legal bourn of gale the mortgaged pr niW>8

almost immediate I aim Beach mentioned In the bill of complaint in thin SAHCELT. SHA\LOR, CORDON '
the West V Bsoou .
% Commissionen to' secure former days who arc itching for political Mrs J Frank
gainst.Odtle'a County Schrebnick WI st Palm Beach cane, and In nald decree particularly dewribed
.* to rompel the kfeoance of permits returns of thousands. We realize preferment in Florida for the Ctrl and directed to be Bold to-w It: ill AY LOU & BROOM,

i advanced but ,, 4.I Being all ol the following d'.l'fU..laDl..
that this ground, e 1900 campaign are finding them-
W. N. Woods
for lirensw to
liquor ATTORNEYS.AT.LAW.Will .
Hituate in the County of Dade and State(.1
take the position and invite discussion notalittleembarrassed the FERTI' IZERS: .
Rij h..Memlitb and II. L. Stevcnwtnfdiled by Florida, vii: The North half of tbe Southeast .
& Co Jacksonville practice In all the Courts of the State.
Wm A Bours ,
in the. hearing before Judge of the subject by taxpayers and' universal demand fr past record on Little Bros.' .. quarter Section Thirty-three 188)): In Office in

Jonf In 'chambers. The in others intf'retlted.'An of a the present issues. Many of the oft- Township Fort-fourH\.South of Range Law Exchange JACKSONVILLE. FL.&;-
parties .
..- Forty-three (49) Ea.t. Also the t wo 1..liowlug
iutrre$: nnout>re* their intention offighting vital subject is always timely'. and deceived hosts of the Democracy aie ESTATE. tract In Section Thirty four 134), of the i

the jgsus i to the I list t.gttl harmless.It asking, not where do you stand: FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ''I T<>"'nfchlp and Rang&nbove mentioned. The POPE & BICOOME.
Brelsford Bros Palm Beach North ball of the Wmt half of the South-nest
: rewirt. /: must not tie forgotten" that today ft.8 offke-seekers aware of the Wallace R.?MOSC West Palm Beach quarter ot laid Section Thirty-four (34)), and ATTORNEY8- T-LAW, I

.... .. hundreds of our good. men in Dade public sentiment Qf the masses &Jbmj.va ,1',>*- 'e----- that tract of land described aa fuliown: Being
S .... Inl1l1\ are. "lurid TJOOI, .,'.' They.. have. ....h.._ .tnnt1 a .tow.. vaapa_.. nfrims.. 'S ____u__.. ...._ situate In Township Forty-fourSooth ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. I
d -----" -- -- --- t3I l O.fl4J IS .n y **.u v -
AT MiuJfdAXj, rLOBiDA. tltp ql1H- ( jj ,1UKNUUKr4DEoper ; Range Forty-three EdHt Dade County. FlorIda 5-1-99 :
land but ii110.HOODM.D
inveitedin'ptnductive the !lines dran
lion In which thajl gi>-the church or: when, were'suddenly .... Mfg Jacksonville and beginning; at a point 560 feet north f

The through luck of demand! for realty between the.money trust and corporate .1 '_.' of a stake placed by Count,Surveyor George; '. '.1' .... '
l Usue there
the saloon.
u on not located on or .near good ron Js influence tin one aide -and lh'$ ,I'GRAIN AND SEEDS:' W.Potter on tile center line nl lot Three In ., .- .;'
that provision of the law that declare Section Thirty-four thenee running weaL to
they! are bandienppedbydeid invest' issues afterwards adopted ,aspa'ry Vtfm'A Sours & Co Jacksonville tile "et Hue of said Lot Three; thence north PHYSICIAN AND 8URCtOI. '
shall Iw
that saloon not
: it
ment. This U a situation- not a platform on the other, with no time 100 feet; thence east to theMiore of Lake "
S =-
op* ruled in en unincorporatwl town Worth : thence nouth along the shore 100 Office and Besidenee near Royal PotBriaaaHotel. I
theory. It i is a matter worthy the or opportunity to feel 1 the of
pressure PALM BEACH. .
.' n Hivr tlwn one mile to a plawof HARDWARE: ret; thence west to tbe place of beginning U-t-s !

wi'tthip. Uilligan has both Bfrious consideration' by those III public poke given them. The chnice M E Gruber West Palm Beach outlining four acres more or less: all three ,

public position to:devise and propose a made then now comes up like Ban- ot the above described tracts, rontaiuiii 'l' U. BROWN
iMitutlom within tbe rilie l ldUt .
pm<: 124 acres more or Inl.BCTSOS -
plan of relief. With this introduct quo's ghost, and seems aa hard to J1
inn-nf a subject that should person down. 111''IIIIYalllt'r.
The Barman House, West Palm Beach J
It Plans and
e W. I. Solicitor.MOTICE. specifications prej-ared
'I ally interest many we leave it open a. Mrs James McCann,' West Palm Beach 30-MIJ-5t. Jobbing work gIven prompt attention' ..

: HOITO that for the expression of views by those i ii BRO. WILLIAMSON, of the Florida The Travelers, Jacksonville ponlatnraStreet. ; f I

i whote observation and experience .Journal of Jacksonville, has purchased ,.. I I
we bHr > ward I the last inftnoulf.- .
elsewhere may be of help to us here. the1 immense newspaper and JEWELERS: SIn n B. POTTER 11. D., / J
HIM) UII mary remark Hiwnt our >>
job printing plant of the defunctFli.ridian Idner & Son West Palm Beath. ,' .
.Lttr town of Miami here ur cIwry. 't;> Circuit Court SeivntA Judicial Cir. 8-23-93 PAUl BEACH. FLAT '
'of Tallahassee\ and has ....... .
GEORGIA'S RAILROAD COMMISSION. -.- cuii of in and Dade County
Tlw tllt'na there have willie Florida, for .
_._, removed it to Jacksonville. This
H nuM IInd suiivssfut effort to pre -- LAUNDRY: In Chancery.CIABLFS S. BUR> HAM, SI. D. :

vent t-Hnmf for ahum orprvjmli.einthrw TilE Sex has always maintainedthat equipment, added to the Journal office Wo Kee, West Palm BeachLAWYERS P. METCA.LF) 1 15. .'. I

a Railroad Commission fully will enable Bro. Williaw to -.-- v.. V SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN .
N. ry days of dread even if LOTTIE JJKTTA i.F. j
empowered and fairly administer! handle easily the extensive business Eye and far Specialist.
..ithml"II of 1 eHr. The cAidiI : To Lottie Metcalf Defendant-Creeling: Itappt'ariog

tlMvnrewitUfaet'iry, the nituiititui must needs lie helpful to transportation we hope and believe will come,' hTsway. W I Metcalf West Palm Beach from the affidavit of thi-coinplaiu-I Office at t'n..e-Saltalre Cottage.&tS99 I

companies and their! patrons Hid! DaDfulstrJggle for, pnucipla Frank W Pope Jacksonville ant, Charles P. Metcalf fil..t'lo: the alio\e I
in well in hniiii and) tlicnin r
noiHiiiriun to uutk-innte anything alike. This i is the only logical conclusion entitled him to success! and THE Alex: St Clalr.A. raws, Jacksonville entitled State cause of ,Florida that you and are that a non-reniilenl in his belief ofhe D A. TIIOMA80N, D. D. 8.Office II

of a correct principle of SON hopes that his every desire and --- you are a, reoldent of tbe city of YounRslow; n. tr

hurtful. the town or its interests.V ustire, im I'a r tially and fearltsslyipplied. anticipation may be realized beyond. MEAT MARKETS: State of Ohio ; tbat you are over the age of : Corner Clematis Are. and Olive St., \ 11

wenty-onn and that there in no one WEST PALM BEACH. FL.&.
years .
Iiuontirmationof thisposit- hid most sanguine expectations. A B Otwell, West Palm Beach 1 :
II III the State of Florida upon whom legal AU kinds of modern-leoUstry known to the/ (

I r in NUT A LITTLE l.VTEKESTI.va to jot is the following editorial f!mm a ..- Will Whidden, Service can be made in your behalf; it is fcialty.profettsion.Teeth Gold extracted crown and without brid pain.'e-work 'aJ ,'I

note the complete political fat.f recent issue of the Atlanta Const iu Tag, BUCKEYE STATE will experience -_..- therefore ordered that you do appear to the ,
bill ot con.plaint filed in said cans.on or Office Hours: oto 12 a. m. and i to 4 p. m
about of tin- iiin uicn-ial tfHVelern of tion which says of the Commission H battle. royal this Fall. while Kentucky MUSIC HOUSE: before the 10-21-98" I

tin di.o.4 'tiuntry lli'm year. In the is operatedby our nearest sister enjoys a contett: fierce, in I Lndden & Bates'S M H, Jacksonville 6th Day of November, A. D. 1899. .

lust I'miiilrntialfiiiiiiiiitfii they State : keeping with tbe of the' -.-- L DANIEL, J J
| weretiMto appellation
It U further ordered, that thin order be''I II t
l ",dent and dh'ln'<> of nil Georgia stands today as one of the "Bloody Ground," which promises NOTARIES PUBLIC: jubliiilied once a week for four ._ DENTIST, t }

few Slates in the Union id which W R Moses West Palm Beach weeks prior to salt!' till day of November, I
ti"! H'itiiu.ite tone nt work forth** as likely to be actual as figurative. COCOA. INDIAN RIVKR FLORIDA.1-1M8 'in
is accord between
there perfect the : Guy I Metcalf West Palm BeachNURSERY 18'Jt, la THE TROPICAL Srx a newspaper .
Iii' t'SM of the publican! party. people and the railroad niai.age- ID fact, the fight is on iii those two [)ubllhhed in Dade County, Florida.Ordered 'j

Tue .:..1 veriHnitl of Mr. Brynii'spr.itI.eciti' menu-a result due to the perfectlaw Slates, while the political wise ones this 2d day of October, A.D. 1899. WALLACE R. MOSES, :-J j j8wcceasoto
under which railroad
corporations :
whk-li be appeahsi to look on with keenest interest t counting -
hre held! in line. So has '
jn-t B Beach West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of Dade County A. W. Robert f
John ,
tb.-n. to make note uf in their m*>moniiMluin the Commission been to the railroads results as a possible presage to Florldn.
that not one of them even suggest a -.. W. I. MLT ALF Solicitor for Complainant. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, r :
lKMV* for future nfpifnofhas the events of 1900. The unexpectedso : ; ,
change iu the law ; satisfactory is Agent for Wart Palm Beach Town LoU alto \. :

r....ultcil in almost nnaminousch.'tnu tbe work of Commission that all often occurs in those two States -: -- -- I Ii West. Palm Reach Di'ntU Water Works.VOTAHV :

(IfsettiInenttnJ front on the our railroads are paying dividend, tbateveu daring ones hesitate to risk J B O'Donognue, West Palm ueacn i OF CONTEST. Clematis Avenue:near Olive' street. ,
improving roadbel and rolling 'I. NOTICE 3-21-97 West Palm Beach' Florida.
part tit this active and eftWtive Ixxlyif stock. and so satisfactory is the ducats or reputation. aa seers on -II'PHYSICIANS DKPAKTMKST OF THE INTERIOR) I

( w tg 1 I* ..a me". The lewon and the general result that there exists in the. outcome. AND SURGEONS: LAND OFf.CE.T OAIXFSVILLB, Fl." J FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. BUTLER. ..
nn lIi lIiftcunt. Georgia today no movement to disturb V R B Potter West Palm Beach September 13. IS! portent tll"I.i.tt'lJl.'y the peace of tne people. Aboveall H C Hood .. II A sufficient coolest affidavit having been filed i QuEEN & BUTLER, f
so have all these effects THE HEAVY RAINS of late have accustomed in this office by Bristow Williams. contestant 0 -
apparent N S Burnham
against Hd. No. made September'
entry 25777. 8URVEYORS
been that the Georgia law has be- us all to that childhood 23. 1895. for E. fi of S. W. H' Sec. 34 Tp 40 S,
AT SICBT'S of th. come the pattern for other states in of if Dame -.' and N. jo2 ol N. \\'. K Sec. j. Tp. 41 S., Range 42 Office at West FMm Beach
UI>T delight widing even Ct1s-
the Union which have substantially K. by Leeman A. Bard. contestee,in which ll Lands legally sub-divided and map. fur-
PINEAPPLE PLANTS: is alleged that s.id Bard has wholly abandonedsaid nlnhed. ,
Town l'onndI.trii'o1utIonwai'mssirt tow said to Selecting andKradinglands: lorau
uas our enjoyment
adopted provisions. nay tract and hU resident" thcr from
Palm Beach change' ing and estimating timber a specialty. <"iu.
\i\ mil H .pr.ial fWtmn to decide The importance of the path thus of it ala barefett. The discomfort is G C Matthatns West for more than six months since making aid tot and correct work guaranteed. >ia....0:-
entry and next prior to the date of said affidavit nJca lions mall receive
beaten out by the State .( Georgiais ma by proir"t atten
W'Ud' be Lawn of West PAlm almost offset by the marvellous S. said parties are hereby notified to apnir.respond lion. Mmwand Rlni Prints JOt towe Prices.
now recognized by wise railroad and offer evidence touchine said allegation '"
Il-ru'b .I..1I11tt Uindtiil in the sum olrngf managers all over the .country. growth put on by the shade trees RETAIL GROCERS: at 10 o'clock a. m. on Octolxrz4 iHjo _
There are no longer advocatesof L W Bnrkhardt West Palm BeachJ before Guy I. Metcalf a Notary Public. at Wet n .
.:a.utln( fir .. .. shelling streeU any along the streets and by tb''luxu Palm Beach. Fla.. and that final hearing "i.Ibe IOIJGK R. ADAMS
the theory that a r; ihoad is private F Oliver West Palm Beach held at to o'clock a. m .,n November 14. 1890 G ,
'snt1.tsihlings'. walls. The purpose property to be mauaged s lely riant color and growth of the trop- J D Maihis West Palm Beach brfure the Register and Receiver at the i'uited

III to mil the dettion for the same i. the interest outs owner. It is a I ical plants and shrubbery in the Glen G. Strohm. West Palm Beach States The said Land contestant Office in Gainesville having: in a Fla.proper affidavit Deputy Supreme Commander

-1"11" November on which the town public enterprik.exucising public many pretty lawn hereadoutM. It _t__ filed August 28. iSag. set forth fact which I t KNIGHTS OF THE UACCABE18
: though under private show that after due diligence personal service
ottnrr of the coming year are to be management but that managementmust may even be helpful in showing'the SHOE REPAIRING: of this notice can r.ot be made it is hereby ordered For the State of Florida.

....Pd. Andnowitlscptous." For answer the public demandsan Town Council how badly the ntreets W,R Mitchell, West Palm Beach due and and proper Directed publication.W.that such. notice be given by Will Inxliinte Tent anywhere the State.

I requirements We have reach G ROBINSON, ReKi IPr. For Information address
the first |"im In the town's history i d the period of either gOYemnentcontrol need repair[ and grading. -.5STEAMBOATS hENRY CHCBB. Receiver. 9-21 iJEORGE 8. ADAMS.Rl .

the bonding; question will be np. If or government a.a. AND MACHINERY:
ownership. --- -{*9 Went Palm Beach. Florida.
U mn IN shown that the expenditureof Georgia baa taught the lesson that_ FLORIDA'S STATE TROOPS tic Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co
government control is the preferable pa r Jacksonville

fund will IMF such ss to sernreprArtionl. policy, and that it can be exercised iiatiug| in the Dewey celebration, -....-.-... SEMINOLE BARBER 8110?.

nnd "Itk-il'Dt.-tlf'awll.. nnd without injury to private rights. were enthusiastically greeted by the TAILORING :

if the ninotint proposed is .11't'1II1'd AY a proof of this last statement, Palm BeachTRANSPORTATION FlY BAUBEU SHOP Wm. Scliaudt, Proprietor.
not an act of the Georgia Railroad immense crowd that showed its appreciation Abe Safranek Son C ,

.ortic-Unt for the pnrpoMe. by the tax- Commission has ever been questioned of the efforts of this .ar- --- ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Poindana)

tkre will likely belittle by either the courts the railroads Street.
Ittyer op. State to furnish its Banyan
away quota tot LINES: Only White Barber in the
or the public. It stands as the one Town.
IIIIIJiJon:. Hut tltere are several body in the State whose work is honor-to. the Nation's' hero of the Ocean S S Co Jacksonville -

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COKQUEBJGJIATiQNS. shot at the Spaniards just to make war
AH Credit ttoner Could Be Retired II Tram. sad HoBOpolIea Fear the Re- realistic, he said but most of the time
liter Were Reweaetlsed. ,MMtaetliatloa .f Stiver.It STIRRING AND GALLANT DEEDS A DESCRIBED he was bnt>y with men wLo had been
lUstory't Highway Strewn With There are in existence 5340,000,000 Republican Corruptionists la the Is a remarkable coincidence, to -EDWARD' MARSH'AlL-.1 wounded and were lying iadanfto i
of credit money called United States eay the least that trusts and monopolies : places.

Their. : :*Wrecks.- notes the existence of every dollar of 1896 Campaign. have reached their fullest and a Trooper's Devotion to Hia 'Wou" Burgess made his red era* &u *r
tfWLOus -,--- which is due to the fact that we have most obnoxious development where the ed CaptalaHospital Corpa Menfader case for placing himself in eztr88rdi'narydangera
not enough circulating medium without gold standard baa been most firmly es I Hewaathofiruet nun to
BOOi OF TEHFTATIOS. those notes. Every dollar of those MEN IBTIMIDATED AID COEBOED tablished and this coincidence becomes -. Ceaeral Fire-CaptalB-Brave O'Jreill'i Su 8 of a",.Bra..1.i come t..i me and i can remrtnUr dii-

-- notes could be retired by the substitution the more striking when we con* I tinctly bow the volleys sounded a* they
of the silver dollar or the silver elder that the moving spirit. of the [Copyright 1S99, by Q. U KUmer. I.1 swept over face and I know toil It
..I.. lJBbaked. .I'poa the Policy o! Totera Forced to Make Uerehaadlseof my
certificate and thus there would be a most outrageou combine Is enthusiastically 0 MANY I who \v; i lying down, ehrank #J shivered *
Uod (1bI.... ta. tailed tat.. Their Haahood 1m Order to Held
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in favor of the standard 'chau3eni
demand which the government could gold 1un-1 f as they shrieked their d.-ni..b lit
Ma., Jbt ... a Mlair KtaadtagArtB mate for $340,000,000 more of silver. Their 1"0.IUo.h.l1.me.11"1I.. ,and the creation of a great bank- of deeds of : I tie tangs, while Bnrgme stood ther

,-!a....... IfI.S Will fall I am free to say that if the law providing elplea of BepabUe Fona of GOTermmtmt Ins trust to control the paper money. ring do" credited -:. calm and quiet and told me foCtly and

Uf*.lMl .a'tk.. Poor.iTvftkfent I for the free coinage of silver wepatisOO Sabverted.la Nothing will so effectually destroy the to the roughriders sympathetically that he was eitremdfsorryfornia

'-VlrKlnky- U credited with I I today under President McKinley a recent address the Rev; Burt .. power of a trust that does not rest tI in the Cuban He added with nunwUiisfr

the lutvutSuiTvf Lailui the people of administration, with 'the1 secretary Estes Howard, the noted Congrega- .1 upon a natural monopoly as a rising I f. .; '. campaign of contempt. that it wad a Llf&tai
of the treasury discriminating market., othing can give: a rising t:;; have been sprung 4d3it.
Cubu >(,4. ua tin; ijwwtion of annexa- tional preacher of Los Angeles, said: shame that I was only a cu mT
toll to Ite fnltwl KtaUw. aajnuntionbkb against silver, as be has In the past. No policy was ever adopted in the market 'saveS a money supply, which upon a patientpublic ] Then he started en a mn for another
tills could notestablish rather more thaIi'keeps with the that it is I
that government savored pace wounded who iteanr(ta tilt
tf turUtrd U In touCirt with history of the world that more C man was .
the parity of the metals. But general supply of commodles to be a relief to turn and nader totter
the w>kftitt &lllilUuej given by the of the sophistry that a good end Justified front probably lyin! s
eoBfrtiu to Cuba lull the wortJ and uudiir an administration:: that wouldUse a corrupt means. It is like playing sold for money. to a page of fire than I was. Not two mines had
vLkk coulderinjthat the Island h the powers of the government for the harlot to obtain money to put on Those grAit financiers who colLectively ... ,. strong and pathetic I elapsed before ha came back wfina and
BOW tattr Aou-rkaJ uuliury control the purpose of establishing the parityof I I the collection plate.- Do not, ten me constitute what is known as \ incidents I asked if I didn't want to be carried into .
the metals 1 Late no doubt of theI who manipulated that the money power understand this per- b1. bearing the the bhadc. stewed &. tjl tLaiU
Cannot bit "i xt.ltd In ralrnes* to the that the men
t Cnbf $ or wtt!> Justice to ourselves.fofWfTil ability of will nation to establish that. great fund for buying votes, the men fectly, 'and they are almost unani "IiI! f 'j' JlI, Ftarap of authen 1 long as I had a Manser tralto io me it -
moisly d to the restoration of '' Q
Gorm douttluw erbou the parity. who Intluuuated and coerced by I opios: \\11 t1i. ,! ticity. These I would be Lice to dirt'M cUFbly of my
twfUlutHaU of patriotic Cubans when There are In existence $231.441.680 threats of various calamities the poor bln etall1sm. They talk about honest may be found in i wounds under the shads us a tree that
ol national bank ft tl'll. The only'excuse make money, sound money and cheap money. the story of the rough riders as it cornea instead
forced I could I slaying
who to merchandise lay
lie Ill.j'> Ha to taH>i tlon anJ Insists voter was see as
for their exlsten Is the fact that They expatiate upon Impotence! of from the and of Edward Marshall
Gpuo lavU.t'VttJt'Di-e BOW a* be did before of his manhood In order to lips pen out there in the blistering ton;: 10'and --
t tit. war. they are absolutely needed as a circulating hold his position and save his little law to affect value, all the thne'seeklug the war correspondent who went dying of sunstrokeJiBo I told Bur
medium. Every dollar of that for legislation that will 'enhance' in with the front line at Las Guasimas.At
starvation do not tell me I should to be takrn '
At a rwttt dcuuuutiatlco in his honor ones from ; gras be very glad
ftt Havana 1Mr ud! : "I still demand credit money could he retired and silver that these men who subverted the the value of their holdings. They vociferate first thought it might seem that into the shade. He toe. me there and ,
silver certificates substituted In that if bimetallism be restored Marshall's conduct in the battle
the tt-paratkm that I asked before the' or fundamental principles of a republican wad dropped me in the shade as if I had -j'
place. Thus there cnn be created by the party will be broken and one foolhardy: that. not being. a fighting .
of wild
'war. but only from Sputa but from form of government, the right been a hot potato, and mattering f
toy Bud all other nations. The destiny tbs government a demand for the independent suffrage and the free dollar will no longer be as. good as every man. he was not called upon to expose western oaths he epd<'nerately to ;

a f ('ut.. U i.nlv liuViMudtnce.Ve- Miorinocs sum of 1275000.000 of silver vauLt-v A"'AI A v&# H.n LUL.ac n _..h"u., ""hoI...... .,.....1...... ..J......... other dollar. I his life in the way he did. The terrible G..LL',". O..i.AUU., _.."UM'OA'" .,\&M.: A U......ftn..t....,.. ...'J...n. ,"
;biMikl-giv; due- -tbbt :the. Amvricmoa ,'8II at cm-e If desired, without Increasing \ us, believe in republican institutions. But'aU' of this is merely 'to befog fate which was the penalty of his yards." /
'i I the circulating medIum.one the issue and conceal their true motive. daring has led to comments upon his ac ..__ <
I whom prugrtu and power ,In- They do not They believe that they ,
dollar. It to In view of I The real animus of their tion. A whose fortitude 1ui3er
; spin vur admiration but this does not t-eeniB me, have found something better than a opposition rough rider .
aun hat wo sLoukl resign ourselves that great Ill'muntbere can be EJ democracy. They have bartered the lies In the fact that the restoration Marshall's own story is that he had pain Is dereribed by MarJiall is Sergeant -

0 to a tutelage tu be exercised over usLrt reasonable doubt of the ability of this legacy of our forefathers for financialand of full monetary privileges to silver not intended togo- into battle that day Basil Ricketts. Sergeant Bickettaa fJ
iw make the aam statement to government to establish! the parity of commercial despotism. as of yore will enlarge the volumeof nor any day. Ha witnessed the bombardment the Bon of the gallant veteran. General i

the felted rUate* that the American the metals.lu If some man would declare that this money, raise prices and make business of Daiquiri and saw the Ricketts, who was wounded at Dull
colonies made to Cngtaud when they '1S80 congress passed the Sherman talk of coercion Is false he must go to generally profitable thus weakening havoc made by shells the killing of R nandwithstoialuebup.
I dtxrLm-d la 177G that the Amerk-ans act \\hich prmidtHl' for the purchase some one else besides me to find a patient .the power of every Illegitimate Spaniards and Cubans, and felt that it der the most terrible tortures in order l'
; ewu-d North Africa." (>t culy 4,:>00,00'' ounces of sliver per and credulous listener to his lying combine In the country. There is no was a duty he owed to his family to to save a leg which the surgeons inflated
!I In tho event that the Imperialists are Diouth. Under a demand for simply preaching. Was I not approached in legislation that the monopolists so fearas take proper care of himself and assumeno bust be amputated.: The general's -
i perailital to push the work of subjagmtlujt that amount of silver that metal rose my own study with subtle threaten- that which is directed against the needless risk. No battle was expected wife, it.will be remembered followed
the t'lllpluitt tu completion the In price higher and higher untIl it logs and Insinuations? Was I not myself gold standard. Give them control of at Las Guasimas and fcr some reason her wounded husband to Libby and by

abn*Mtk>a cf Cuba with or without reached Sl.'Jl'/i! per ounce, within told that should I vote for that the money supply and congress may the staff of the paper representedby careful nursing brought him thropgh.
u.. eminent of the people may be expwtwL fight points of par 'not only at the princely soul whom I am proud to call Indulge to its heart's content In the Marshall was short handed just at and then devot4| her life to cariCg for
Lvl the eUx-tomte ooce saocUuu mint in ThlUdtlpUa on the exchange my friend William Jennings Bryan. amusement of enacting antitrust legislation. the time the troopers marched forwardto the wounded. :'Says Marshall:
tlw war to tubjtvt the natives ofUM at New York but in London whom any man may call his friend for But aside from the fact that look for the enemy. Wishing to have "Basil Ricketts took his wound M .
> nmWlaw.u w""s.an'authorlt in Calcutta and in'every other market he Is the friend of man rattier than ol the control of the money gives them I his paper served as well as others whose the son of such*parents might be ex .
Afiilosl: tUdr .!11 and a precedent will In the world. If arch a small demand parties; was I not told that should I all the monopoly they need It also enablei : men were at the front. Marshall took pected to take\a wound. One of the
have been <*taUi.Id which will botwnl raised the price of silver to such a vote for him my church would lose the them to defeat any other legislation -: it upon himself to go as far as the next sergeants the rough riders had served I

,4 to Justify ,..ai.. of agitft'lll lon. height under a limited coinage act it patronage of certain Influential men I that they do not want. man. whether soldier or correspondent. .
Fairly etntNtrkrtl ni>m the policy of 'cins to me clear that the instantaneous who were Intending to become a part I When will the people grasp the true Therefore he kept pace with the fore- I-',
land ,...lJitiliwe hall become In.- demand for $1.275.000,000. or of congregation? I, significance of the money question most saw all of the fighting and wal Eti &1Jt
I 1SX) times as much would certainly establish Knight Watchman. the last on that part of the
UoJ' rival jo ,tLU form of robbery. Aye was I not insulted and humiliated among very
Tlt: jiulloy. ulll n,,, ..tt41t,* imwerf'ilBary the parity of the metals. If by being requested by certain Individuals field to eaten a Mauser bullet
.u aUUm-e with Great Britain a we should increase our circulating who shall be forever nameless COST' OF "MORAL EFFECT." -
prrnum-nttr Lirfce tandng! army. uiPdinm to corrcf-pond with that of to take uiy ballot on election day This is Marshall's story of the first
M>rmo u rxpvRdltnrf* and a continuant Franco we wo'rld make a demand for my ballot. the sacred credential of Expense to the Taxpayer I. 15,000.- wounded officer he saw that day. Say
and aa lacn>.M of high taxation $730.KWnoo: more of silver, or a total my manhood and of my citizenship 000 a M.4k !. L..oa Alone. he: "I had gone to the left with Colonel )
that faU wttb Iwavinti weight! upon demand for f.i.02.-,000.000 of silver. the emblem of that holy sacrament of Some sort of an excuse had' to be Wood and F andD troop The first

the i.M>r. What"e are doing In the That amount is more than three times political fellowship In civic liberty the made'tor'sending'G2.000 men to the wounded officer I,, saw 'was Captain -
rfaUiiHiiiM U but an augury of goo-1 as much as there is silver. That sign and seal of that divine birthright Philippines after Otis bad said there James H. McClintock of B troop. He

to Cuba. It pItde to, tut1.Cubam u ill bo ho e.tiykrjrt. nrach as there Is sliver in the world freemen; that I should take that badge rebels left and now the excuse Is the f backbone of a hill which was u :
.'.N'ar.do 'Jt bode gnud to on', that could possibly come to our mints. of my own personal independence and made.: It Is the "moral effect" such a clearly defined as the buttress of a '
r T_ \ flrca. IB riittroying the libertta and -J. F. Shafroth. show it, already marked for the ballot' large'army will have upon the'rovIng cathedraL Two bullets had met in the

: iadtiM-udroc<< of other peoples we must box. to certain Republicans who were bands and other Inhabitants'that the lower luf leg, and I have never seen a
', Inevitably fotrr a sentiment and defvlop PAUPER LABOR. designated and assure them that 1 president. la working/or.- Ills Interest man suffer such pain as ha did. He : .
) a power and condition that In would cast it for William McKinley? 'lag t..note too, how the,"moral e''to seemed to' be very cheerful and was
I tin* will dtwlroy our own liberties and Declaration of the Democratic. Platform Think of It. men! What did I say? feet?:.to to be'dOsed' out, It' i Is estimated -' carefully' explaining to Lieutenant ) t4 I :
tndepiitidcnt.Mtthti .... .1 1800. I said this: "You go back to the men ,'{ ,$3.000 solders In th ;.fi MdwW: 'Uichpb that the place was altogether
11! ).I ..11\Of moral Uw maybe We bold that the most efficient way who sent you here and tell them .that.j be able to chase"roving bmds"rrom toq.hot for any man to stay in who was "iyHBCOUlDOKLYSMYODKOwr1 .t
violated with I Impunity. Sooner or of protecting American labor is to prevent this is my reply 'Gentlemen,' 'd-n to'wirto town until they have no more not obliged to. I shook hands with him
later the mm who trangcrm must the Importation of foreign pauper your! [Great cheering.] And It ever towns to be chased out of. Meanwhilethe got his name and address, as I did of under General Ricketts and was the J1
I paf.tk. penalty. ThU Is the teaching labor to compete with, it in the borne I such language Is permissible that was remaining 40,000 troops will follow the other wounded and asked him it Crtt man to ccma up with Basil after

of all experUiM and bUtory. and ,,'butA market and that the value of the the time.____ It was not tho minister. .., hut___ the chasing divisions and garrison the there was anvthinc I could do for him. he had been shot
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b tub of tko> individual man I is true home market to our, American farmers the man who Kpokc. and the man is towns and- cities as fast as the rebels 'Not a thing.:' baid he, 'except get out. 'I'm hit.' aid Ricfcetts.
of tb*' coJIm-tloo of men termed a na and artisans is greatly reduced by a always larger than his calling. I Vacate them. It is these 40,000 mendivided Since then the captain has told ine "The old sergeant leaned over him
tion. On DO more than the other may vicious monetary sjsuai which depresses From that day I registered a solemn up Into squads and garrisoningthe about one of his troopers 'w ]o. afi, and saw that h6! wad tiling; it calmly
crukb )be weak outraeu Juntk-e and the prices of tl.eir productionsbelow vow that so long as the Republican 50 or more principal trade centersof McClintock had been forcod to fii down '(-Slid'Almighty I' *aid tho Bcrgract
cwape unaesthed. \\> confronted the cost of production and thus I I party) was dominated by such a policy Luzon that are to create the "moral by exhaustion came and Jay close beside 'Wouldn't the general:" be tickled if fc.
with the reBponsibUity of choosing between deprives them of the means of puthastfl I would never vote its ticket And I effect"It I him. He talked the','rfnlly to him.I could.. eee you now?'
might and right of adhering to (' the products of our homemanufactories. will not so help me God. Nor will 1 would seem that Agulna'ldo has and tried to keep his spirits up. .- -
1% the pr1iH-fi4.. and traditions of the republic The absorption of vote for any party which attempts to not been consulted by the Washington 'Yo 'd better get out uf this, said The dnith of the gallant Captain
or >|_rUng from them. of d wealth by the few. the consolidation prostitute my manhood. I have never government but it will not matter McClintock. 'It's too hot. "D'1 ky" O'Xtill hw bWn touched np-
trrmlnluf vbvther we shall remain of our leading railway systems and made this statement public before. 1 much what he thinks or does 4f the 'Don't worry captain' the trooper on by raanyvntm of San Jan Hill

% bobcat or Utne and remain the formation of trusts and pools require make It now in order that some of my 3,000,000. inhabitants of Luzon throwup replied. Till between you and the but MiiR-hall is the first to give the

; ert of dtvradluf the republic dllibon-I a stricter control of the federal friends may understand my positionand the sponge when they are confronted< firing line.' story of a competent eyewitn From

Itft vf ImrrrUliatlc: nations or maln- I government of those arteries of com the reasons which impel me to by the "moral effect" But there are "McClintock. touched as he was', by the lips of O'Ncill'sfirst, sergeant b.

\ bbaw: It a* a hip moral example to.. merce. We demand the enlargement take it Men am I wrong? Shall anything .;400 other islands that: have to. be the man's devotion, ttillVantf'J.. him to quotes. as follows: .
aflaaduabe.tunofbopetothellbrty of the powers of the Interstate commerce stand higher in any man's estimation dosed with the same 'moral eect." get away. Ha urged him to leave him. I "Captain O'Neill directed us to
& lorlog and opprcMMtl of every commission and such restrictions than his own honor and the people of three of the more Imp The man refused. Finally McClintocB march at intervals of 12 feet 'There
land. and guarantees in the control Compared with the crime of 1898 >rtant ones are building forts and said: will ia fewer of you hurt,' he fai t. W.
\ Tituptattoeti com to natJonn an to InV of railroads as will protect the people when a direct blow was made at.the. fortifications and otherwise preparing 'I am your captain, and I ordci went north and then down into the
didd..... This .to the hour of our from robbery and oppression. We denounce i very foundation of our republican institutions to'take up the business where Luzon you to go. You are doing no good to sunken! road. It was terribly Lot down .
: \ tempUtloo II a |*oi4e. Each or mowt the profligate waste of the the "crime of 1873" is as leaves off. The expense to the taxpayer any one but me here. This is no place there but it was much worse when we
\ Of tu know oiuHliinc about the ele- money wrung from the people by oppressive nothing. What does it signify, the of.the United States for maintaining for a well man. I order yon.' got into the open, field Balkte from
1 Tatk of tboachl and purpose the taxation and the lavish appropriations raisIng of that Immense corruption the "moral.effect" in Luzon alone "The man had to tell 'I ain't no 1 i the bluckhonse and from the trench

1 atrebslhf&lof of rharactrr and the satiivtactiua of recent Republican congresses fund? What does this openly avowed will be over $5,000,000 a month, not well man.' he tJowly admitted. Tin: swept down upon us constantly. We

and placidity of conscience which have kept taxes high participation of the railroads and of counting the cost of maintaining the shot' I came to a barbed wire fence. It h.ke
that vault frtou a battle with temptaloo while the labor that pays them Is unemployed great corporate bodies and trusts In 22,000 soldiers In the field to scatter 'Where?' asked McClintock. a if i were going to stop TW,
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tnd .'00. hall we vxpfrifuue and enJoy toll are depressed till they no These things indicate not only a conspiracy ."They lay there in. ilence for a longtime ]I it first had wire uPI'rs but ve beat It
all tide by iklf denial aud resistinre. longer repay the cost of production. on the part of the captains of VAN WYCK.NOT A CANDIDATE the firing be&rn to come f run down with the buts CUT carbbe
or by belll.I"MJlollhaU we de- We demand a return to that simplicityand industry and the owners of great monopolies the left The soldier >sorked his way I and tcamMt over the prostrate \ .
our thought and purpoM loweror economy which befit a democratic and the shrewd operators In i*y. Ailde AMBltioa to Fight With painfully around until he was again be- I we lay down and fired but
moral ton*, crush our coneIeneegrade government and a'reduction finance to manipulate the affairs of a Catted Party. tween McClintock and the line of fire. I O'Nei stood up straight and tolica
iad enter upon a carver of degeneracy in the number of useless'offices. the state and our political Institutions for The announcement which comes McClintock was too weak from loss of I I get rattled but to fire steady and
Which must terminate In ruin? The salaries of which drain the substanceof their own advantage, but that the leaders from Judge Augustus Van Wyck that blood even to speak Then a hospital kill a Spaniard every time we nhotThen
klfitway* of hUtory are trvwu with the people.-Platform of 1896. of a great party, the commercial he will under no circumstances permit man came and lifted McClintock tc I we made a rash. Troop K cows

ttw m-ka of l"UU'Iu..rtn'llaLtlonL Shall and moneyed magnates of this mighty his name to be used in any part of the carry him back. I I up behind ns and we lay duvn again
fills fair republic flourish perennially Will Stud bjr the Platform. country, have lost faith in the funda- country as a presidential candidate 'Take him ba&oo' McClintock to fire, but Captain O'.l wllkt

i ty tvmalnu content with, the patriI We Lave yet to see an honest Demo- nwntnl----- I-----r-nrIui.Inh..-. n'-. th"O ',- "'""yuuU''nnhllA', wn".nA will.... _nnt vo u..t""u ei.nrlca _nn-rhswlir" ,, vYm_ bnvtvathe _..u manaed- to-- articuFS-- -. ? I I I cheerfully un and_ _. __) lie,. ___!
way Odd ha lieotowtfd and with the crat who stood by the platform In 1890 ceased from their. allegiance to the Institutions .man. Judge Van Wyck is a, man of --.i: ; use.' diwthO: hospital man. bg-tm Lieutenant Kane cried out;
tqntUbU prindpk dhcrenc to whMt : who is not more than. willing-aye, en- of our governmental system eminent good sense and a stanch Democrat He's dead.' .. O'Neill! Tht-re' no
baa {lv > It a drr. of pctu-e. growth thu.astIc-for! the rcadoption of that and have determined to substitute for and even If it were true that he u exposing yourself in that way.'
sad prosperity unparallvkHl In human pkufoiui: in 1UUO. The fellows who the free functions of democracy i the at one time had presidential aspirations Writing on death'and suffering at "Oaptai O'Sei turned and laughed 4
anoaU,'or by utvumblng to Ignoble! are making the noise in favor of changing Iron rule of a financial despotism. his present announcement wouldbe Las Guasimas Marshall tells of the sid:
Creed stall It, too. becwine a wrvik tho platform were not with us in a natural step, says the Atlanta heroism of hospital men. He says: | 'Aw-wl I Te Spanil bullet baa '
ahartaf the fate of Babylon. Assyria.rmta. ISlJ0. They left us In 1890 because we Jabllatloa liar Be Pr taH. Constitution. We cannot agree with "U would be unfair to omit from not been can n.e'
I Dome and moribund paiuDnbuqe -- were rigbt, but since then crawled Heaving a sigh of relief, the local the explanation which attributes his act this chapter a paragraph about the sn-1 i "And then one hit him in the mouth
tt.'I.pb. back into tho party through ratholes of perb work of the surgeons. Surgeon and
newspaper organ Senator Hanna
: .to Mr. Croker's Influence. Rather Is it kle him
J. here and there and are now Impu- exults the Church especially distinguished him-, of
--' resignation of Speaker like the Bryan statement of the Tammany wounding 1Iaj.J Brie i described
T.. ftllMtlUa IB .. Jt'Utly asserting themselves. But they need as eliminating that gentleman : leader, simply a recognition of self. Before I was shot I saw him running in Marshall's bJk by wad
'J'bH It'fIm to U iarIou times for will Dvt prevail. The platform of the from the presidential possibilities. "In : the trend of events toward full Democratic along with his surgeon's packet on from General W r tL general:
llt-pul-lk..IlIlltD'"JD OhIo. Nothing wastter Democratic party In 11)00 Is already Washington." it Joyfully declares, "Mr. unity through a better under- the very firing line and attending "Brodie le idea h9
more plainly evident In politic written in the hearts of the people. and Reed was a national figure. In New standing of Mr. Bryan and all he promptly to all the wounded he could could b hit by a mere pniaJ i j
than tw fact that henna: and bic'coborU what is .in the hearts of the people will York he will be a New York lawyer stands for.'Judge find without paying the least attention shall never forget his cf '
are on the run. An ludicatiou of prevail' VJOo, as it did in 1890. The with a national career to look back Van Wyck is one of those New to his own safety as he did so. In one amazement and anger as he LClVd' .
thl* U ibown by the clasn of Republican trimmers will be left where the Cleve- upon" says the Chicago Chronicle. York Democrats, who, like his brother, cake where the firing was so hot that down the hill on one foot, with i
fpt-akm who are to be thrown Into landites were left hen Bryan becamethe And further, "into the blighting Influence the mayor of Greater New York, gave every man in the neighborhood was lying er held in the air before he felL He ,
tb*> itatv to apologize for the UcHannaadminltratk Democratic nominee for presidentIt of that atmosphere Thomas the Democratic ticket loyal support in fiat on big face to avoid it. Church came toward me shouting:
>a. Brackett Reed has taken his presidential the campaign of 1S96; and that he lays knelt at the side of a wounded man and .'Great Scott colonel! Th y'va hitnu I
: made himself mark for
Meantime aO U not,harmony In the I. >Wonder.. possibilities." Mr. Reed could not aside any ambitions he may have bad in a shining Spanish ,
boia camp. The Buckeye senators are In 1S50 about half the wealth of the hope for a higher compliment than Is that line means that he, like Mr. Cro- bullets without hesitation. I I I I "It was plain that he considered the

at out. Tbl* U notorious and there Is United States was iu farm values. In implied in this whoop of delight over ker, recognizes that Mr. Bryan Is the "And here I have an opportunity oi wound an unwarrantable liberty." .
every likelihood that their quarrel will 1890/ farms represented only onefifthof his supposititious political burial It I man of the hour for Democracy, and paying slight tribute to one of the Taken all' in all. Marshall'. studies cf '
i develop Into a political wan

    a *. who U brainy and brilliant., has no farmers are being sold out of house Hanna-which to to say Mr. McKinley. sonal ambitions smooth over factional George W. Burgess. Burgess was with masterly what 'migh'L exp
    D and enlisted at Oklahoma. No
    OM> for Ilanna. his Jl'OIIIroU.IK', and and home on foreclosed mortgages and Yet it is possible that the Jubilation differences and present a solid front to i Troop from a train oLre wh
    one detailed him to do t first aid duty and
    be d.nt not hmlUte to say IO..New fur taxes? If the gold standard and may be premature Mr. Reed may not the enemy, which is exactly what the wih th fht Manb
    the battle of Las GUa
    during ; mae not not only went
    York Cew'aplata. the prott'l.tlurllf evils continue to himself be a presidential aspirant. but Democratic party Is preparing to do. t he
    any other time. He has the quiet blue took the soldiers' punishment ,, the
    curse the people a few years longer, it is not unlikely that be may have There are, going to be no differencesover
    and the thin straight lips of the sublime fortitude he describes in othess.Notouiythathewillboaberoicsnffeg.
    ( Carter'. c.... the proportion of farm values to the some influence upon the fortunes of the candidate or the platform. The eyes
    ID CapUln Carter1 code of 4rlmlnalI"Ot"'IUN whole wealth of the country will be presidential aspirants. Whether he laIn next national convention wUl find the gentleman desperado whom Bret Harte
    wrote about. Before I fell in the long er for The Mauser cut
    lloe pU-a of "not IIt"ianereouyIti1un.butthea I is still less and more farmers will be Washington or in New York be Is party united and aggressive, and withIt life away part
    I Burgess standing when of the and has
    spine been
    saw up one leg
    tDtd his rendered homeless through inability to certain to be a virile force and we' in that shape there Is an excellent avipatatedbe1owthekneeIncg4eybrelir
    down and others
    others were lying running -
    taM' M* m prt''t'dt'i't.eW' York contend against monopolies and trusts. may be sure that force never will be chance for ,victory In the campaign '
    along the firing line with hit kim of the burden of dead
    J\'orlll Knox (Ind.> Democrat exerted lu favor,of William McEhnley.th which will follow. a mb.
    brown ted crossed first aid pouch !
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    U.e-t.ek;+Beglaalag Oet.B. Topic For the Week Beginning Oct.-
    T.pl. .Vf M-tomnient" bt Hev. !t. II. Doyle.. Household Sewh g MsrrlinPr,
    LEssON JOUftTH ,, ti 1fr'6err (.tid.' Tells Voa
    QUARTtR INTERNATIONAL Wu V-Test. Job. mtl.1-S. Tcric.-'Woik where CUi4 tells you to.-Johaai Tile Iktot M rliii.e .Mi.lc; I.IK!:I Kuur.Ii.g i.u
    SERIES, OCT. 8. t. Mat l* Xuilll'IP -

    .. CQ the right bids of tbe The topic ia illiutrated in tbe topical --

    i.tl .( the I *..... C.t. '". t..It.Ii. "Caet the Lt HEndBj -" reference by an incident in the life of Sole Atgrutfor the fntuonii Irutl'freak. Silt
    ship, and jetb. trews .II"I"> 'o..rJer. .,
    Christ after His resurrection. It is the
    Hooey t *!>..., k. --..sNea Tell. Im"! ., in the mists
    the lake of t .1.1.-Se ,ht' t.fFURNITURl
    Mart sill 31 t.mbr ...,...r' Prrp dim of early Corning. fwns appearance of Christ to the seven die
    and light
    l'.d U. M.,. II. W. ...,..... fishermen; \ V"; ) have worked cif.lcs on tbc Galilean sea wb're they !:
    bails! the :
    bad been fishing entire night without -
    without Vs and now. ofa.ltlrrripdt-is' Itl 1:111';. 1.11.111 I'Ihrboth (; .
    tt'offT1t. Ilit ail rue
    bf l> 3.( at..arual nisbt ;
    >U. are breakfast 8t1:C IiS. Sfsns appeared in the morn- Wh"I....ak' ,,,11.11111. It.LFia.tiugrn: 1"ul .6
    I. "After H, '" :11I".nJ thug! AtiuM. tired end: hungry fr:jm t .
    V ing. He aid to them "Ca t tbe net ou uptit2n. Co carla L'rirarr.dorwl.aL.ar
    H...,..... IfM. ,
    pPma d I1a !ou ulMm Ilrwa4dtlla eAt
    tbe right side of toe ebip, aid yetliallfind. Kte. y
    ; :
    sin \'Iit.. 'Iid ..IUDa.J LU. :"':ti'n they yoke one 1
    anp ." They cat, therefore and now :L-: :: : -- /' '
    inH ;,11- ii otmtr tip: the pitnrwI'ml wore cat (,f tbs net and incke\ great8ibo..l 4 -
    .. .JIe JE they wfre not able to draw it for the w. Irvc' a tfJ: t:::suut o? O..k i>iMt> and j 'z
    wrrr. l-i-1 Tl wwkfd mautixlMhrir nf fi-h. The point of V t" +
    wi. ,. peaay in imatiotu\ I j jT Jesus'knnrledtt iiinltitTideof fi-hfs. Hece is an illustration Keetl Uud.eiillial ui t be so d ler.c li.w.Vi
    : -tt i the tion\o .\0. .
    1 los is nc-t
    this ;oa gee handle
    of workiiiq where CbrUt said to use ILU.OUS Luvtl..Li| HIH! J:'in.IKrBUVtLKS.
    vn AiMii I'i'M-m. wake a. think 1 the t; I
    His i-ower.yiot
    f : .
    I or t
    *.. I v. II Ice M.*| High mirth inA i aatar'al of work and the result. _
    mira de! course
    rnaturot or
    Utig'lixtt"W her ami tif.- bit.) I[ Where shall we work as Christians! &.- .-la.lIII..n. .
    of readluesa ,|\ n given t<> our Jli OiiursWe .
    1 evpntM.bat
    b tMfcef U. tt'' *ml ..-"...11 u(> over : work'bowetrr What fball we do fur Christ? Shall we Curui: tie SutNf etlooboll in it- 11..d I"
    it .ibis tax.! o| M.B We hr evn in to receive 11'z: lion3 nUll to the gvpelt Shall we become u f
    preach 'rICf'lt. t all on us or fsuJ ill or.itrue
    tis4/ of 1.irp ,fcj<* Its u..mrc of foreign missionaries or we stay I I
    Ilk |*i>t fcft ww pvrci'tteil (o pM.. of rtsnlKIiullc: 15 and i; Laura M., JACK mvILLr, FLA. !
    if what shall ONLY t8.00n
    the home cbnrtb and $3, ;
    per >p to 4 116 past. hot ..-ro Jae .w* and apathy io personal ex1 4.:
    u.. .tfMH.iiIn* rfcu 'Iww.4 lit r4llw'r 1 II1HipnNf'ld in Ilea lift ol a chnrcb or we consider our special dnty and mission D. E. COOPER ii'VgCo. ': I

    ., tr.+t (1M' snMsy ..'......"ill:( on.lr i chapxtr| imiot nsnally tie. .Hll'e.f nc field I there) These tire questions bat .Give -
    fe,., tar a 'at.r. Vul *uj]<-u .od fearful i .,f work Ht linivlnor the lack of work- often confront Christian people nor are ... -.- ---- -- -- -- ----- ,

    .M bi, I from
    I hot in-i-t n-irt, lly "Mines
    2 ".'a.I :,"! tl.040b;*a IIf'nnb that Some fish n:j a safe principle to followworkCbtit Chas. K\Ja Wthhm ?
    Jllft"PIan<1 ohstinaty.
    .. _
    In tW t.uwrd and trvrr- .1 tells "'.n to -
    trf11 tatr -
    .l1t nutric -- 9
    .. ... i may !I..> canght; by arn-icnt by a listleha'a j\nt I
    ea' .I Ila u. fm the king aad cum For many reasons we should work =

    Iu.ft4r4 tonpmtoc bins hut Mt>rde<- lWiwe4 fiohTi'ian. bnt nsnally it needs one who where Christ tells CH to. -- -STATK AGENT FORLongman I

    sot Hi.r 1.
    ia a Mar r h.e. Ukt IiAixWt au4 Uu fiirit.lt. t tied fur to
    Christ to command nil obey.He
    fern uot tli* fair of alto< t..vuao le It ia no maier to rat Ii! then tban fish I

    INn UoJ. all" to an .a -iujf Cal W j jt M.ny of tl.eri* T- vary creatures, is our )leader, our Captain and the & Martinez PaintsLime

    till t M b .w, 'ft th, .if null baa whit it "niilf wared a' > ';, .JPDtir.1I of religions most important duty of the soldier u to I

    than, linen of h'-I.o" r>.t..*!!k>u I.' lapin They re...1$ j ) he fI.lnibt as skillfully obey the commands of his> saperiur offi The

    fWMt Ct<4 ar.j Ibis iwopl It bIt.1 bevn t thatree cer.
    Ai brook: tI; ut are hooted Ly Brick
    4rnninril It;> bU>i out tie rrincmltraDrf when 2. Ol>e
    hiM (TV.. ttu<1i-r l...arm eta svii. li; I I i rportiiinnQ.' Ofteutitnes ev onr l love for Cbn.-t. CLri-l 1 Himself said

    l+Hl. ..... IT It... H..| Md.krri btwwl 1! ety device hat. been mcd and all re- "U ye love Me, keep My tuimiiandnients. Cement and Coal Tar.

    t. llaBMtn t>., ._M ..."It Jour w t<> aarkrmr I I rtrrea of 'NV.)r and lujtennity! exhaost- ; to
    ti "If we love Christ, we are
    of <*wii. auit ttaa be mouk! not .K e I.wn.4tI 'Kr k..('. _vani* wLib 1I'ork"u ill worn 'out, then rcnues the show it doingbit lie wauts na to i for
    I' 3. Ojrt- knows \lie.-t where the work Agent Sickler'3 Peerless Cement Plaster. '
    great haul and a rcnttitcUt if great
    tint. should be dvioe and that we ate capable
    1 fieh"it ]j. lacl.vetl and eafin: tamed and
    ..mawlW' I' 'f' l"hr..<> K''IIII.D.\ .. 1! <(<>f doiu.The: t'fitft-r; always has> n South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10.21.98
    the ort ant torn
    M Lite lul .U"11I'*' !Aitb. .. Ju I wider vi-iou than the private., Hid upportanititrs -
    whatever -
    i Strive with!
    i It will ever Le pn .
    tb tb U** jf Cri(, tU*7 would taj, xviil t-till belong for oisjieih know kdge; are -
    i fktl; Wit the"
    J W. hat* .<* kiu< tml l''atwt Juia lit tray. nothing greater. Chtut's visit n is greater than Sun

    ,... II..v "''';) . l. ai. the g.*use of nights of taking aWinreiy ours.: Tb disciples) had failed. When

    IVutla .. ...U karr i.. nmfmw if ?bay Bnt IheiP art ti-.h htill! cuoaught. they did what lie told them to do theysucceeded ..

    t 1 ....... rely O Uwil. our <: *!, otbrra and tliay will nvranu 1Di\\'hrre. If we btyond all expectations. Sac- i .

    i ....... a..u,., Lbw Darr dum:.'tll over u. > -arM- .. ulr-rt instead of IlhilPiirlciied. the :: ., I

    ,1". IN1, Mi: U.uy tbri are Isiw \a1J' 1 Jl Hntcr will U hoard a, !lia |hails! from cess, therefore aepenos npon obenenceto .

    beak Itw ArM N n4mtiiu He Cbr :,t. First-Class
    : tt.liaU the t>h<>re. OutInure {'!I'll. wade as
    TLui abaft Darr &\i utbrtu3. Lrf' rs' rue I dimti; thcc fish ft ..UaddDce and a Dot how fiiay we know where Christ

    l . 11..rdrrisl l e..ul.) tmtbfulljf in Hu ,. ncx.m wants ns to work ? Hoi cannot tell n+, .
    i ..,. Tt l...r -
    S. lye JIkIII" Stir laid u ui, tin:. n.. I I dues give tin Itd.ling-. in the watttr. I

    .tlltatw. ii.r. l1tnl. ;:.,. I l.emltpMIOI.U, Hea.II 1. Ability should d-.Mst as to decide.If I A Chance do YourJob51. JO \\ qnt"iK)

    i"N;..., u ,.m.- tu pas i .. t.*.. they 1 I flannel HaatiE: !?*. governor of Christ bile not given ns ability to doa II- g V r rAt

    T: c ,(.ale Ifcttu. that tUrjr hind lUuuo tu since
    Hkt : MrtlioJist hutch
    the Ep'"' '
    ... uJtatvl. 'T" assured that lie does not want ns to do j
    wLclLrr u.4Jvai wattrei >
    tr. r I I bI'. hllt\ and for ;0 sear pasta trnstee
    !locked I
    should! be
    '. be it. 2. Opportnnity
    fur tru tJ .i.s ttu-ut that ai \
    .... .. of Ins home rbnrrh hi Bellefonte. He command from ClirJst. Christian : THE SUN Office.
    a JrW. U......t .. .. "" t lttd auJtkrrvfiitv upon &s II :
    the nmtluqalfturil ia an crux whose sddressea are ioGISMAL The 1 1helpler
    ) tmm Hr>l >j I I opportunity jnClirutiau dnty

    of Ibo klu<*, aH'tania M.. Mit'fod t :!ness and need of the man who j i|

    i1..I. fur that *. U oolt I .../ u |.. _Ul bad fallen among thieves! were a command i I

    b besl ill Clir>.. .', Ji ; I... 'h. 0>. IVIB of Christ to those who p 1'Jt' ths'n fore .h.aJ .
    i .w" fur r I. _
    GIJlrfera will -- --- --- -
    f a.4 .. ...\ ,"..... al".'. .tx>I'.tIP.c 1 Him. ii. The ttndy of -- ._- - -- -.--_. ---.

    i tLr wort .t Itet tur4 '1 ,'.vI'. "v. y+r I e t{ pl. q. asist ns in deciding \\hen Christ wants | .

    U". WiM MI mfch |-..rilVllt m- it iiwjr W-'S i La 1 us to work and what He wants ns to do. I LITTLE i I BROS.

    S jUtliitti .tint I .WiU! jwjitej t Let as! do onr bet to disuivtr whtre i

    ul rust at vt ni.A't j'iiltrnt.' ."'. lie U..IJttJ.th t Cbri.t wants ns to work and then let ,i .

    i tkt i. ,)..> I...'" il (!or. Iv, 3. -',. I s n!' do His work. "Wheie duty calls ur .
    ?bat 1"rlIfofti \ Il "
    w "ad whet IItin4 kW danger be never wautirg tlvre. ,

    tarry n..a 11"1 .&J.Ibi"l retrrrn4tbre t! Bible Keddibi;?.-Eccl. is, 10 ; M.ith. I .
    ... nUlltll tuft 1 tit tslath? JlatY
    xlin. 4S. xii 50. uv.31.41> ; Jacksonville .
    V..t6 : : Florida. .If
    w JWrlw.h.tuJ..\ bee>> 1)10'tri. ,
    'r fnr lwf b...rl I..d U Lim' U i. alut II I uviii. 1820 ; John ii. 1-11 ; liv 15; .

    natafi _..... sal 10I1t' .& la 1 I* w-ir- II ''ii PPPt xv. 1-14 : Act vi. 1 16jiii; l-3Lnke; q. to a

    P mbilwI. er ...,.rto".J itt<4f...l ..! ,.v'u( I II vi, 46 ; Rom. xii, 6-S ; I Cir.< i, 31 ; iii. If you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetable,

    aU Ikv ii. r\ ti ti.!. He .. .iiiej rveutW 1-11 : Gal \'i. l-9Ci.L\ ; iii, 17.

    uaj t IUlullll' him t \!*'.II. it.lit. n -- ---- write anti
    lti.r aril bU (...1..*",. have the MIIU* "p rh. l.ltrrnturr and Itelijtion.

    Bi.ki.( out Las Ibe} lie auiue (ie.lIu I In vain: do we search fur true and 11/\1111 more value for your money than: any other Man- I
    .L.ui utLerk tllU t bow d<>'..VDA .
    VStsre -- -- '.I. TUi kpiilt. *bib soul having; religion swung the mist ufaclurer or dealer in this Stale or from aty
    ( .-t' '. Slt..tit immos.great .
    brilliant writers of the day. In too
    .... Iwifti w "ell, Mvn tlnittlj.-j mid l ai WU11\
    IUM. I...< o* B>*k. u* naujf taro demand twcanic tpir eloquence many of them we enconnter only bitttr other State. Wiite for paujihlete price, fl('..

    ti. 4).saI!| '* hnnlty'" au>l nt 1 and breadth of thought He it! :;:;0 years hostility and nubelief. Therefore whena to above ad.irese. 5-12-98

    lb. aalk-fciM. .r law, of age. Born on a farm educated in prominent writer acknowledges the 4I

    k,.1ItI4r..I tW la-t Jar ,It".. ti. J5<1, 37; I tho pnblic 6l"1'lJoli. be has made his superintending care of find in lionet, I

    111.I ....ma. sL .. S. It.. I mark as a teacher as a lawyer and vigoious terms the Christian world is I 1II

    ft "Ami he ihiiiijebi tcom to>> lay bands bn+iD"Pa mau. At the time of the surprised into thinking that he,is en I
    fOIl )J.tnk..i .1!<."... s brrvfvie Haiti I Jf.hnitown flood bA bad l charge of tbe the side of truth and especially whenhe
    .... .tU..LI d.*lroj all the Je....
    o'nl. lllab. it. HI.Tbrrrfi.n" I relief operation. is at the same time one whose voiceis II
    trrutb i U Ikr I weapon I
    till It ill i gratifying to see tbs men prominent for and the development of
    Pharaoh rro?rf/s
    rui t.U-.1; l AM. .
    in tmslni-vi; and military and governmental Mr. -. _-_-.-_.- .
    I the natural Kipling
    r-l tb* 'ULiMivu uf l-rael. UrfaItlllsd raee.pun I --- -----
    for KnUia, 1 h. 'II.b..m. and l w> it affairs im, n-H.indy known has pot Iwyoiid' many literary men
    I j
    KIM anil m.ill\ o> till Ih.> lat enemydrsth. as religious men The w.rld moves upward in publicly acknowledging the di'llt'ndI r

    UU I* ...*'...,.....1 il ('or. fr. '...tl. It i j.. in then years.! The power of the I'Drl'IIf Great Britain upon a t-uptrin- I i I Recognizing the demand ill Wcf Palm :

    tip attire ..( the .. rke. IA watrb the gospel is being re li7.nd not alone in the tending Providttte. ray his recent esperience i j BeRch for
    ... ,| ...*b to day hint but thelord ,
    r"ItI.- t Miration of the indi\-.1nAl; but in thehority : be HU blessed to him that be
    I will ih t iff-T it unle.-M it I U for thehighrkt I
    and the refor-
    rejjenerationcf attain to trnths of which as yet !

    K-o-l. Aliii 111\Ii.imtlftt 3'!. :1.11.glory of thn.'Lleouttl' -> I i mnticn of all life. i iI .may his writings are -.iltnt.EIi"coI'allecorder. I The Tropical Sun BCC(! iC8 Et 1 R c44cc; t;+z butts,

    '?. It w..eUfvm ibw rent. wh<-nntnp .
    *m1 ,ith rtipttT it, ::.. that for 1 BreaUlnsr the ,... Keep In-Touch- With-the- World. if Ccyitcci-s? TieateBsf: of ill Pafrcns

    K4it a fear llatiMu ..>, (ilfittin: anlplaaainc One <>f the things which John ppeaks (
    for tl of the Je" It cf Mea grow narrow because they do
    tra tHHi of with surprise i ia the fact tbe nn-
    1. aril of ttii' -keil that they ileTlne not live in sympathy with the times.: 1 I I
    fish had
    turn net when M fl :.ny htrong
    1U"'b"'t" C-'i| their h.U and xet them iewsi t-an ht One of the surprising They grow hard because they keep the 'I I The Arctic Ice 'iTorks

    ....,... In a roi slat '> nm p".,t 'I'<. :; world outside.'\ They lore in spiritual I
    i 1 i things about chare! pets! in the past I ,
    atttf, 41: 'I.> M.I "olMlh when en. I force becanse they keep that force under i
    tour '...... e,il fit ass ..hi,|.er toj.;..ih.>r I baa been the rents which have Jet out in their daily life. Every day witnesses I! Job Department OF fil1BAw1' LORIDA f

    Irala.t .. .iwll.'Ti.. xir hnrt. but it 11 men a nmltitndrt of those once inclined to the life lived the precedingday. a!

    __ It tW b.t were onr fariliarfihu.l. How rften ba, the, cry keen I
    This must be for life i is -
    .i tarn *K.in.i i*. ret even that! ii rai.sctl "How can we bt.i iq i onr yorwgj 1'0. cumulative ( I
    bit a pl>..iM> <>f out Ml.!>wt.hip w'th n>ri.t people 1"Vb t can we do for our either in good or evil. There is I Have made ari-u&gemento carry a full

    J-bfl ... :3."U: j no blank. Consciously or nnconHioDhly,
    11'6 &11. 5-1' I!
    ; yonns mn this force ill for evil. supply of Ice jj.ca; ; will be delivered to !
    A. "Aid lUnmii gait onto ling .\hitivr < working good or
    It it fact all too true that in i 11e,dsNote
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    -. Tbf l. a .....-i.ita '-'|.le wiMi"l,..l j Stagnatiou is death. When we realize I t
    t pia'M the half grown buys! drift all parts of town promptly and regularly. :
    .. the ..+ : InIn t many I
    limod and di |friHM amon; ( plr 1 this to the full we strive to compel attainment heeds
    tb* pri>Tiu,e'' your
    coti hutch to tbp 1' lIucb. What is ths
    .....r Uv ue .liver from ill .jieopU'; as a period by itself we become the II SlateutenUBnittie5r f !
    bfitkrr kern they the bine' In'. Th'r*- 'Rnllet What is r caret' Inch has i patronage.
    of time.-Christian UnionIMentiiiK I
    tlieiu" llmo wear the JeH. llU evil and wisdom ;H not yet exhauster Other :

    oral Ir the hug ben tlie II.ml.I wry : nor lau the complete cure been ye I I K. H. COOK Local
    best rule to take Dill MeadsAnd Mgr.
    Irian a..al..d. I:A. ii i. 12. ISi IV test! fonnd Nets still bieak and boys getaway The is people as yon i )
    alo-t I'aul ....! SIU ra., Tltewbrik find them stud m.ike the most of your op- ,
    lunar "
    W.a. < Jr. ... .I.. e\r. .linetj: Irtublew into. deep. waIf md- are loht. I. rortnnitv tot-lcuse. theui in home, fort of, : all kin U of Tine ;Stationery

    I Hr city any ira.*bw"t ...,.. rt.hh are ;! Soma few itfinsZ"\v<> have learnedabout I fashion -There are so many ways to /Ie. i ,. i I

    ..>l lawful fur na ti teii-ire.. ueitlier toWne. thin l>npius., CM nets are aptto compli this-by attention-, thought- t

    I l.. sit Iti4iim tAd. 1\L :'Jit. be rotten New ones bold best I fnl suggestions. pious undertakings, all Arc You Sullied ? f
    .', Mid about : Don't rash fri httn (tie !fish or try f
    :h llni s its t-ier or ( of which be 1114 saturated witn the milk I j
    an jr nor ""if. > had at that which .>tirUml'a to do everythicg in a minute. Slow i of hnmau lueyscaniiit; fail of bringing > f!
    m-n'ten >.4l .1.l .iui II in. the pur.' and ante is a stwl rule in working ;-
    And h...ijr I...utb < t t;.,,i lnt don' slow that the a result which will -atisfjctcry ri
    teine. t ue tu
    >> "If It ;oit..ve the tlll.l. M it bv writ When we learn to live to please others, Give us aTi'ul Orler j

    IHI that tLf} e.*, I... de tn.t si. aud I IVtU fish all set away before.' you begin to we fchall reap the largest harvest of .

    _ IMJ ltLtURI talentii of .,her 10 the ;:. "pnrM np the net Keep all net iu pleasure for oar elves by imitating onr'',I II -

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    Idr IMI"I!!..... to hits, it into the kuif'Uea I 1 I bo needed next, nor how soon Fish i ; good to the sunlsand bodies of wen r
    .. detilixh p'oi whenever chance, and not i irhiJadelvhia.
    niW.hat a truly yon get a
    him t" a. tu Jr..lror tb.wsama.b ..f rM>-qlr I I. ]a..t when '1'01flll like it Yon must j And We Will William A. Sours & Co.

    "> .< t.. be a itue-l up-m !' "... study the tibbes' fee liuas more than youo The Harm of <."aru.. 1GeuiDM 1 ,
    ( liV. ".\... the kin/ .....L h;. nue from
    '" n if yuu are to catch ineia.The as a uitxltl ixlixl le produce
    W taiwl tad tfIIu' U unto ''''wu. theM ,
    I vi ll lniimUttia. the Ak'rfu-iti', the - harm One, might a* will I attempt todiscourse j Grain Garden Seeds end Fertilizers

    I Jeva rU4-re!) Tbu the doniu of tJ..Wt braullful.Arpreeiation nputi tbe eon to a convention { ,

    aree M..l abw.t t.. Ur ;ix-mil'likl-ej b.rtbeir uf the w.-.utifnl in Data I of lantern makers! Work hard as they You

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    ..,I.t: Thru fai .hlt lb.u ...."... l\iblC> and action i is! a* dwivar.lr- integrity, ( between their art and noonday i ij --- - .

    t ..oj ralrT" list mt tiumnrlre. ant take bOu'btJ'lInJ purity lnrbnti is no Perfection serm<,ns do po good !
    j j ji We hurdle tm'j the Host am! 91<)oot liehbSct: -is. A 'IIII'llh.lt| Mi. k of
    aixnnted of
    .*mm.r| tuii'tU i alaiuat.tbr proof of hvliuees.! t >ue may be EU abjorbetl i They only deceive the suscej tilde and ,

    tbe Uinl. bet IK tbal ..i Utli in the b. avB in some line of work as to neglect l eelf righteous Preibyteriau JournalCharacter Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran \Vheat Grits
    hall laanU Tbr. la.nt khi'l! Lave ._ \
    l others desirable --- --- .
    many very ------
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    scientist Darwin made this mistake and (olor of Thought. Meal Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark.
    II. ''Atk'l. tb.- time ni aiher N cUm In the. the |>eopleal Up to the age "t ,11; be delighted The quality and fineness of a man'snature

    ..s ..'..... Vltlt tHtn 114 it M...nieth .
    In .beW '2'fc4t4 ',111 alin ll'p|>te His later scientinc studies were pursued by his occupation or by! the dialect or !I

    t..... ,. .,.. jife. M* for .baihl of the eu- ; id esclntiirtly thai he Ist all pleasure the grammar; of his conversation: as by 4 State Agents for Tygert-Allen Feitilizer Co.

    rout iurtUaMiIle di.f..r He raid) in poetry music and pIctures, and his tbe character and color of tbe thought:; Star Brand) Fertllireri-iaaralitr.I Jtn 'lfsl". Orange Ire and l \fj. Ul.lc FortHii'r. Para
    the d.itf' grnnmllGnre.Nitrate l l : la, Murmte of '''' .h'tuphatePoth H. kauit etc. ThKtFa
    .-rrraU<>t grind-
    lujrhine !
    I, mind becdiiie a only nutria bare no in the Market, mud Irul will \
    It l..4o'..1 H try + in'.. the h'.... fU bar sunor| e' iitiiict-
    : JEeternl laws out of collected fact | t Recorder S""d her ( .tAJ.IIO..Ne-!: It.fI-1l
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    THE JIEN OF XAXSAS. "So the colonel i picked out Ideuteninl For :md Winter
    I'I Ball and Corporal McNulty of Company City Directory.. .urn NEW CROP SEEDS cal

    E and First Sergeant Euslo and Pri .- ',. Jg...
    ,. .
    '" .. .:Finest stocks of (. .rjf.tu, Ct: aLi letti e. 1I?**%,
    1" FUNSTON'S FAMOUS REGIMENT.. K, with Cn ;Ull r"tilt'wood"6f'Company : ,}t 1fII [.I)1Ny._.<:_v-=::. ,14R yr- -. : "": .. C.agc ry
    ii CEO.S.ADAMS,clerk,AasessorandTreawret Golden and"a: n' ieVv It 1 c. (,tprgi4 std Pel: La J.c': lam
    of follow
    F. Now, itirs'a
    case PAUl c..JoNEs- ... __._Manual ) ;. and Florida Rust Y..*,fQ.iz F Write fir .,."e '.:.t
    leader and never did a daring e
    The Men .1 the Bask and Ftle-Bt- your r
    .. spirit led hid foUowtr;- into a more BOARD OF ALDERdiENG ? ";.-i--_ :.;;. L CAMERON S@Cd.ileol 125 Im( E. ; iriei* jAGUCfiYH.lf. FlA.t
    1 tee Klirhter Tfc They Look-D fIBK dangerous place. The river with its Eo.W. POTTER.___. ._..._ President :'. <.. ., .." .' ,. l ; > ?
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    CpUodc CrvMlBC. RI.en'r..1'1 broken bridge, way between those men JOHN B.BEACU---,_ -J. D. if A THIS '. >. ,'< --- .. -. .. Ii. _44.--, ...
    Fir*-tUKU t.* r.. and the trenches and out of J.A. STRAWDKRM_GEO.I. BKANNING ; : : : -

    I' (('oprrl<
    I' iT ONE time it ran out upon the bridge and across Council meeting on the 1st,and jd Tuesday in *

    ]seemed asA the timberless structure. Behind himwere each month,at.7:30 p. m. .. e ,

    though the his picked men. The missing span -.e. ---

    (Twentieth Kansas was on the end of his side but the boys '.

    volunteerswere hopped along to the end. only to see Advertisers

    to become their colonel whip off his riding boots County Directory. .. THE BOSTON STOREMRS.

    -'t... victims of the and jacket and slide down the bamboo .

    and pole into the water. He went clear ont COUNT y OFFICERS.

    .\.j j'j'e I..j I. of sight with that plunge, but came np. A. E. HKYSER! .. ... i._._..... County Judge J. HANDELSMAN is here for tho '

    r show sputtering within five feet of that &.F. QU1UBY....... ... Circuit Court Clerk
    I next week and will sellGoods
    \ ered upon certain broken span This helped him along UOCT. K. TAILOR._..Prosecuting Attornct (\

    I Spanish war i and before the last man was down the B.J. CHI LUNG WORTH?_?......__. Who Use the O600raco -

    ,., ,I C r regiments Soldier i I pole the colonel had his hand on a long M. E. ORUBEIt.... ... __Tax Assessor Dry .

    i in other declared native canoe. In the men clamberei.and H.E. J.II.Al\THONY..Tu DIJICK: : _._........___Treasurer CoUeetor\, i
    regiment wth bnlkf- flying over-them in Clothing AT
    WILL H. RUSSELL Supervisor of Registration COS1'iJi -
    that tba
    f both UirecticnH they paddled acns. IRAXKLYS SHEEN......._ .. Sun eyor
    b 1 Kansand were the Kansans went Shoes 0
    I : .Stlu.t by squad Z. T.MERkiTT..Snpt. Public loetrnction
    f favorites and '; across, uuder cover of the reserved fire. Columns
    that tha country would find out in the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.N.W.PITTS.Chairman of
    when there to makeA
    and enough were
    I _... Lake Werth COME ONE COME ALL TO
    end that there other
    were just as they went the bank and ,
    ... A company up d. W. LA1NHABT _.....Palm BeachW. ,
    t. though; not feu Lelet, rated. But it waa around- the -edge:: of the trenches and i _
    I J. S1IOSE ...... ? Cocoanut Grove
    tot due to the Kansans! themselves' that sent ft flanking fire down along the K. E. MCDONALD _._?......,.,.__.._. ()jUII THE = BOSTON = STOftB

    they were continually written up 84durvelotw j bamboo embankment. Tile Filipinos W.V. RCSUP G...?...._,.?..-.._.."...NeptuneCeimmieMopora : .:
    and the result wan Ine\'itable-pe trench the first: man across the river of the first Monday in each month = MARCUS FRANK Manager. .... I WHiLlDiN CLKK

    I fJi' ''I found them out I Quingia and into the Filipino strong FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. THE ., .. .
    If Mnu aLio that the Kansans did hold." .
    ---- ---- -
    sorprt.u the army and the star at homt'f'I" .. _u___ ___ r

    ' r. of the wrest by-thlr soldierly valor end Another swimming feat was at thecrosbing P.S.l'Ull\K.l'alm MORSE Miaml..Beach............ Representative Senator Ocean
    rnjrgfdnma. When the regiment reached of the Rio Or aide. Two men. I Steamship Company

    San Francisco in May, 1898, ThaChronicle Privates White and Trembly of Company CQWIY SCHOOL BOARD.
    I B, the heroes of the adven SUrEKISTKNDKNT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
    drew of the recruiu -- were "SAVANNAH
    a picture new
    into the river toward Z.T. M tRRITT__..._.___.._._Lemon City LINE.
    i from the wind swept plains anything ture. They swam out TROPICAL .
    but complimentary. It called the Filipino, trenches, bearing
    t" J. W. JACK.SONCbairuian.Coco Grove tj *
    I r them chiefly blonds and said that they coil of rope, one end of which was fastened E. n.KISG.__.. -.. ................>.....Jupiter Florida *

    i. : bor in their yea "a faraway look, as : on shore behind tlrm. Bnlleti \.W.GA8NKTT_......__.............Uypoluo'as
    of. men who reim-iuber the Itfl *!horllt'r. i: were dropping iu the water around tho To New York ,And Boston.

    tM army worm and other things thai I i .swimmers and thtli;e w ho watched them -- -- --

    .. luaka life tough in Karma' Every one 1 i as they neared the opposite( shore were A*Short Rail Ride to Savannah Thence
    J ttot*) that the Kansans: had their hata I in a fever of bUFpHiiaa. It seemed an SUN ,

    ,. ftntrncd to thfir hands with elastic, I I age that they swam around: (ookipg for State Directory. > A Short Sea Voyage.Sailing .

    having come from the land where tbd :i i some stationary thing to fasten the rope'

    .. ttrong wind blows. Some, lacking nui< npun. There was pone near the water, DRIA from Savannah..

    '(' rT 4 form, wenr the hum *pun and overalla .I and they crept np the bank toward the SIENT 6 Ships Each Week 5
    'i trench, where found W. D. BLOXIIAM.. ........ ... ....UovenorJNO.
    of the farm. Some are wearing Cone they a strong .
    '! for the Jiut then. line L. (;W'OIW..Secretary ol State
    mug expo pulled down over their cart prt put prat'
    WM. n. REYNOLDS. ......_. All ticket and Tiotels '
    .Comptroller agents are sup ied with sailing schedules. Write for
    of left the trenches and dart. general
    in Ion fashion Almost insurgents
    lypionlcyi :
    I JAMES B. WUITFIELD .,.. _.._..Treasure
    year later the Kansas City Star get oveiagainnt 1.\1\ away off to one flank White and WM.B. LAMAR...........Attorney GeneralW. information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on

    this in a parallel column a few .I Trembly dropped and waited for the X. 811 EATS ._._SupU Public instruction CLAIM E. H. HINT N, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pas Aft..

    remark showing what "the same Kan- next move of the enemy but seeingnone L. B.WOM WELL.'ODi. Agriculture Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 6-10-98

    .. Bans' had dune np to that tinia Thu tied the rope to the postAS PATRICK HOUSTON..'._ Adjutant General

    dUpaUh waa quoted; "The Kansans i! soon as the rope was fast Colonel W H. MILTON JR_...... Surveyor-General 4 T -
    chwred in the charge though under a Fniwton Mid evernl soldiers drew them- Oftccu at Tallahassee, joriUa Do You Want a _

    heavy fire. They fought every fun ', Helves arrant on a raft After 50 of his I U. S. SENATORS.J. It Is The ?

    I fight into the town line(Cal'.xlan) loud wen were over the band opened fire on R. TAL1AFERRO_.___...Jacktonvillo We have them to Sell,and if we have STEAMBOAT

    at half past 9 lowered the Filipino the enemy while the raft plied back and S.R. ALLOR V.__ __ ._ _.Pensacdtt none on ham to suit,we can build .
    Just : waut.
    1 ftaj." forth, bringing more Kansans. A force U. S. CONGRESSMEN you

    The Kansas colors, says Tho Star of toll Filipinos began firing upon ROBT. tY. DAYIS........... ..___....Palatka t- We are also .PreparedTo

    waved over CaLkxan 15 minutes before Fauitou's nun and at the same time a S. M.SPAUKMAN. ..._........ ........Tampa .. Fnrnibh...._ . _
    iu that direction" '"
    thone of any other re! inn-nt Tht-n Muiim began tn play SUPREME COURT .. '"

    came, the advance on Mnlol, when :I That inomt'nt was) the most desperate II.MAKRT........,.........JUDGES.M. ... ChieMuaticeP.B. BEST ',' .
    Colonel 1 Fnni>t Outfits
    CARTER.. ........ Associate Justice Pumping Irrigation.
    30 cf his men and captured M FilipinoRight whole day's work. Fortunately the a }' TAYLOR. ............, .
    Maxim was faultily placed, and the fire

    at tome the Kau-ana were discounted was directed otherwise vertically the instead Kansans of would horizontally E. DAY R. ,R.Chaliman COMMISSIONERS.H. ........... _...GalneavlUeJ. I' ..t Write or call on us for Anything in

    as they marched away to war. ; L. MORGAN._. ..__....................Jasper ,,; Our Line that you need.
    The men were selwted for their superb have been annihilate J. M. BRYAN....___ __?....?...._.KiislmmeeJOHN
    physical build and the command waa I. NEEl.EY.Ja. ('lerk_ _' ..ArcadiaHeadquarter Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co
    l Another raft Itnd incident occurred
    spoken as a regiment of giants. AJ rope and offices of the Board at Tal- ,
    they marched in review lain the statehouse at the crowing of a stream 100 UhaHKC. Advertising

    j the physician, who had accepted feet wide and 10 feet deep on the mareh \ JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    the men remarked to the governor: to table Colonel Fnnston advanml --... ,

    I "There U t.regiuient of figh r3. They with two companies of his Kansans by "-1"" Jaclisonvillo Marine Railways
    alternate rn.-ihiw to the bank of the
    are built like gianta. They will dj -

    -.J honor to the state if they ever get a stream here the men found the rice dikes and the -- -
    played enemy
    chance. To this the governor replied, '- .
    with of the in the intreuchuients on the other -.1':
    a shrug shoulders "They
    be all but their side. A Icng range t tt lasted for two .
    I may right physically .
    ( Circuit.) Coast
    Then Finston for East
    { 1 huura. Colonel called Ry.
    personal appearance u against them. volunteers to cross and bring back a M. S. JONES .............. ....... CiirutlJailjifJ. e
    _' The Kantian City Star very frankly D. BUUtiS .. .___..... Stale'
    ? atated.at. the outset that the Twentieth ruft moored within SO ftft of the enemy's SPRING TERM. ) TIME TABLE Xf>. 2. -IX.SFFEC* SEPT. U). IK? .
    -t l .
    intrenchments. Fifty volunteered
    regiment wa* not made nf "cow.I Olel'tllt 1st ID
    i up County Monday March.
    i but the colonel selected but five. While SOUTH BOUND Read( UWi>. KOWH BOU&DSTATION'S. ,PSI IV.
    dead fehots and frontiersmen M "
    boys re- Orange S<1 .
    I M-mblintf the rough riders. It said i the artillery and infantry then at the Lake M 4th" 'Ua1l"T.,0 O
    -I 1 Daily : V !
    front bombarded the enemy's trencheswith Of iIna'r'eEii
    i Any Dally'
    that it was not a city regiment or a il April. su, .
    country regiment, that '150: of iLl bullets and shells the brave volunteers rerard" 4th" .(JPllll-aIIN.ave.; |--:- ................. ..... Jlt'k'lh. : "T7T1.I .. .... Arm- fi Ea "
    f << sprang into the water Bud Dade 1st Monday after 4tb Hon. ':'-'IOa.'a. Arnv..................... ,. bt.Aujrontm* ......................,Ira* i .!I'...
    -- bera were recruited in Kan- City mem-I side under 5diplugtaLesire:!: ....................... St.Viguahue ....................;..Arri* t sits
    the uuVleua of each company was iWHiu to the a heavy day in April. 557p'lllPa6STpHa5a .. .... ..... .. .. H".to; ;;. ... ., .... .... t.v' tats

    ."t'i, i aume of the towns of eastern Kansas. I II fire.On KAI.I TEUM. ;,! Arn\ .. .. l'1ol\lca .. .Love a4554tI .
    the side the secured Oar olaCnunty,>.t Miunlny in Ottolter.
    opiioMte men i Ti1 Iso
    pare Palatk MTIW ii
    With regard to the n nationality themen. .. .. .
    : the raft and brought It across. In orderto Orange tit l --1- Arnve ." u Moteojjfjta .. .. .. t-... --1--c..
    it sound that out of: 1.200 only 18 shield their heads from Filipino lake 4th Lt.avp- _. n Mate. ... .. : 1 .f Q815pi1bCeLeave -. -
    : were of fort-jgn'birth. >Nearly the entire bullets under the Voliwia M Nor. !; ............ ........ .Palatka. .. ........ ... g r.ii
    I. body U of tbe Anglo-Saxon element.Thequestlunof they swam overhangof 8re\'ud" Uh WEEKLY PAPER HIt> 1. >'p55p ., ..................H....... Orraonil........................ 0'1 t t.
    the raft but the end was not yttIt' .'.. T lop ........... ........... bayiona ....... ................ a ,haBap
    I corned up sonid u'ewbsary i have 1st Monday after the 4tb Monday .",.. lisp ................ _......PortOrunsu..... .......... .. .... 1 4HaShip
    was to a acrossto
    time during the career of. every boldier rope in November 't., ', : loop ". ............... ......N'wSmyra.: .. .." ................... f .M.
    \ the Use as_a ferry, and one of the brave GOV'T SIGNAL -<;a. 22.1: > 4 .................. ... Oak Hill ...... ................. ;.
    who makea and Kun SERVICE DEP1.i. .
    .. ..
    I < !, \ a career ;ani 93up: 3D'P ......................... TilnKvUht........... .............. f 134
    I Lave never Utn found lacking in ingenuity W. CRUNK...... ......... ___ .. Observer > ...:.. 3i1Op ........................ City PointRorklfdue ...................I33np .
    that evidence ...fII Observatory at Jnpiterlolet. "rIn ...... .... ......................... .. hN'08 ........................... 1 ..
    I indisputable ...... 34lj ....................... ...... ..... ............ 1
    I train .Says a letter how Manila GO" T LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. ...... 4 lip ......................... Kaa\taJje ................. ....... .. .S4tlp ...
    '. The ...... ......................... Melbourne ......:........ .. .... ..
    I "The verwitility tt Americun regiment Uirht House Jupiter Inlet. ...... 457p .......................... Kol ndtliaatiaa .._.............._...... ..
    is illustrated by the recent dtI !- JAMES A. ARMOUR....... .?.........Keepei ...... 501p .......................... .. ...................... 1'1 ..
    I' maid made the Twentieth J. A. WELLS! ........... ........ .. l ...... 55p: ............._....... .. St. Lucia ......................... to ... ..
    'I on Kansas.Vy'hen I'Y st A ui tanl ...... e 15p ......................:Fort PWKMEdeu _. ..................... .
    Caloouau was reached by Oeurral BENJ. WELLS.... ............ id Assistant SUp" ............. .......... _.. ... ..................... .. ..
    [MacArthur abtiiit four uales ut U. A. LAND OFFICE. i's- Slap to ........:,.'.:._...... ...... Jfuwa.titoart. ......... .................. iE
    I 203 Step .....:........ .... "
    the Manila and Uagnpau railroad were n. S.ClIUJ.: ............ ._._.?._ .....Register Daily 126p .. ...........,....:....... Holw yuund ........................ "
    within the American linen and from Oflina at Gainesville. Florida. BxTu12TS 7a9p ............ ........._ West Jupiter ........ ............. .. ct..
    I Slip ............. .....west Palm Beach ................... am i i124a ..
    \V. oat the rants of the Kansas regiment U STATE or FLORIDA. 8\1p: .................. ........ &>nton.......". .., .............. M nuitutip
    there came expert track repairers. eu- lip( ". lima S 4p ............ ......... ... elray ............ ............ .. i 1ii.f'I.1!
    .....................FurtLaoderdale.: ........... .. ..... 14ra17a3Y|
    'J gins driven, firemen: and all the many u2al937P'HalOJUp: II ........ .... .....-.. Lemon Cal, .... ....... ............ I ttl II.rp
    required skilled hands for the operation 8&J03O\.Arri..e..... .... ..... ....Miami .. .. .. .. _" I last.t >>y

    t' : tad maintenance of the read Within BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AM ORANGK CITY Jl'.MTIUVKo. !

    aids, a division had bon organised: i i i i i a i 4t a a e a i i i a No 1 8TATIOXS.SOoplOluaLv \tl.\ =u Z

    : maenad and set going with a corporal -1-!, ... .........New Smyrna. ......... .......... ArU 11p liJt
    LakeHelen........... ..... ...... L,1tNj l'1IIIo
    io charge traperiutPiident 85I1P111t21a\\ .Orange City............ ... ...... IJs IA .UP
    i *'A> the columns have fought on to ..OrimijeCity Juie tlon.... ... U dess UN
    Malolod aud beyond the bridge gang e AU trainabemeen New Smyrna and Orange: City .:Uun Daily except SainUy.:

    baa coma out from the various coiu- BKTHiA 111 L'..VILLKA'I I ) >A>Knit.

    I [taiiiea.of. ,: the same rtiiiJiit and, with AdvertisingRate o.llt, STATIO\S. 0400aLv

    t 'faL-t.wt k' (II' other ready device, built j jop .................................. ...Tiro iT ........ .......................... ir llhpT
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    11 hnlaget"tructureti, so now ( I FirstClassJob & ..................................... o"tI-t'o......................... .. ....... 11 I;,
    trains of the 'Twentieth Kansas railroad ('(,UlHL MMXAIF CAI'TMNM'TAGGART. 2saI"; ............................ .Eaterprise ........................... 1! to9aa
    the have dallied the hue, 'I tAPT.\ \.I.ARK". PRtYaTsTRkUBLY. : \ .......................... ..laterprise Junction........... ................. .. {IL'a
    ai men .
    II 00a Ar ......... ..l-.3nford. 111 asAR
    whistle for station and |I', (Cat>Uin MLT.!gut *.- killed in battle May Sheet
    grade rnmninga .
    14 tram.between_Titn.ville. and Saufurd Daily except, Sun lay
    t"|'Uin Llaike was Private Tremblytui
    in approved American htjle M they the Bin Uinde II) urry acro a mpeJfeitows i:
    the north in KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
    1 harry IJDf'pliH'\Q or bring i[i who had Ixt'U across swam the Printing
    the Sick and wounded from the front to .
    stream again, carrying a rope which The stuuuori; oJ the FloritU&;>t Coast Steamship Cuiupauj: sue uppouttcd to sail a*tuJlar' r
    the great reserve h....pitaln. I hi whole
    I' he tied to -a. tree. Colonel Funston l
    with ad great regularity c>f STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. .
    crossed :''1.1 men un the that raftload Will be Sent on Ap
    service ali that maintained by the fmuta .
    and with this handful captured iU
    Fe or Union Pacific in the Sunflower i prisoners at the first haul At the Son Office. Leave Miami Sundays and Wednesdays; Arrive Key Went Mondays and Thurs

    State itself The Twentieth Kansas ran show days. Leave Key West Mondays and Thursdays; Arrive lUtana 'Tu kUjiNOKTHbOUND. awe f'
    I I "The swimming feats of the Kansas louses comoieusuraie with its glories.In : .

    baveWn and three are given the first: ten days of the outbreakthe plication. .... I
    many Leave Havana Tuesdays ami Fridays; Arrive Key West Tu Uy sad Fridays. -
    here iu wine detail H. Q. Ariuutrong.a connnand loot 5 killed and 27.Mounded. Leave Key West Tutwlajs! !and Fridays Arrive Miami WeJ.1." and SatnrJain.Detiarlures +Rr
    I member of the regiment has told the It was during this campaign' from Miami will be made sown as possible after arrival of train J5 4S

    Ikry.the affair at Quiugia river Ha I that Major Meu-alf won his promotion on sailing days ___ ,
    t These Time Table show the times at whu.li tra-.n;;wij boats W ripe"-te3barrvre",!..! Ji
    says that the line advanced by ru,;hea I to the colouelcj The battle losses: of depart from the several stations and port, but their arrirai; ',r deF'triur at t.'w tl'fc.. '
    to the ditches along the railroad track. j the regiment aggregated 3 officers and stated U not guaranteerl. nor du. the Company hold iUelt ieapuas.b4 tor any deUor "j

    \ : and then G.tlonell"uustou asked: H) f'niistttllllf'1I killed 0 officers and 113 coo.quencea Fur' copy of arising local time there card-froin.call at 236 West Hay strtfct. .tcrkai.nviile ur twV1rM t I

    .'Who goes across with met' I men wnundisi. The loss In killed was J.P.BECKWITH.Trafbu Manager. J. D. lUHXEtt, A. (j. P. A, f
    of the umrers and 3 cent St \nz "tiB" !;
    "There wad a churns of 'Herel''Ileroir lr cent per a .

    i \ lays! trniatrong.'it's of the men and tbe wounded 20 percent _. ___ ____-_ __ _' _-= 1
    ". IIWi01.' of the others and 10 per cent of

    'We can a swim,' wine the answer. the men. Fur th** warfare of the Filipinos I

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    S : BNttTOX nREfZKf toward me. "A raccoon" I thought; A Box of ."' ''''''''' ''''',,''''''. '
    The idea of
    "and for fun.
    \\ ...- \ now 111A : ANNOUNCEMENTS ::1
    in the wilds oi -- -
    capturing a raccoon
    to be Remember
    sso ** *.rn-tt..dco.. C*tl..:tl.m of are, sure.
    >. Florida aroused my sporting propensities that my place is ."" "' ",""" A Directory of the Local Cbarcfec

    .IH Ahotit Oar Nt'IJ"bon in and I was ready for I I and Religious Socicties.ptsupal .
    I a moment For Town Clerk.
    a.\.OI %udb of t'a. FLORIDA HEADQUARTERS
    the emergency. 1 L ,
    S OR--
    --- ;
    Rut no, this creature was larger -than I Stan Hog on my record as Clerk for S.rvU.s.KPJSCUPAL .
    > !' Scs: Fine Silver Tabl -Ware. Watches Birthday -
    ... coon and it didn't: rack, but loped-; and nearly a I hereby rRtIIl'R-kth..ta-by-tlae-kL
    Jupiter Optiuius, the son of Saturn, 5' end Wedding. Gift?, Watches year past. announce RKV.L. KiT -J*... UIIIOKT. Rector.SwTtcceveiy .
    and what began to add seriously to my discomfort and Clocks. my candidacy for re-election to the position Sunday mot.lugat II o'clock.
    Op an-l
    Swinb.rn brother of Juuo! S-jp.dij S.1K* 1 at 3 p. m.BKaruhKHuuu .
    Will it loped 'pretty fast and as it Jwi : and solicit the support and suffrage or bt. A3IDa.yMfttIt otne .
    i fVt"I'top raining ? Well we have to bewildered eyes R. RILES of friends the Town acnrort and KoHnb WedMadav at carkuiouto.
    came nearer my now fRt J. my at Caucusfor
    bern bircctor.V
    'rah for more rain so that wt- RBV. U t' UIXUET, .
    grew to the proportions ol a bear. A1k S'cttc?( S'cop the nomination of municipal offices. : \ .>. A : might fcufclj l plant our fruit trt-e?. Now miles from ,, ., .iI.. THE JEWELMl,
    Here dilemma. Two : *
    was a GEO. S. ADAMS. i
    S- the water is knee deep on a level ] the station, face to face with ."The -: -.. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ii i iI Holy Trinity fliuioo.Wt .

    Spanifh; River l.as'rf-ena fout above _. I .t Palm Inch,
    armed with
    the Forest and
    ot ,
    the For Town Clerk. i Services will be held ......
    bridge The canal is nearly full up iI regularly every ,
    nothing but a small silk umbrella and I at i.io p m..ia the new Episcopal church,cor. oiEvernia
    tlf level of its banks aud the raging a cahbre revolver. I have "beaten SERMON (OF RLV. S. D. PAINE of Barnabas could be said of him. lie As a property-owner, tax and I! ant fotntetu SU\.... Rev. I.. VIta.
    31 payer
    i will have of .
    ; James Hmdry charge! tbeie.enlars.LADIES'
    .orq old ocean are roaring likethIir.W was a full of faith
    good man, and full of !
    the bush" tor hundreds of miles up and --- citizen of this town for several years GUILD meeL every Friday al too
    .t) sjfle on on good tern's the Holy Ghost. He was a good Christian p. 10. M as. Crv I. M kTCALjr. preX
    : down the State of California and through At the W..t Sid. Congregational Chart. past, I hare been requested by many : .Mas. GAHD.XKK, : .
    ,. with the R\ti: of the elements pray for a good soldier a good husband a
    the Rockies in seaich of a grizzly with Sunday Kitalac, October lit. of my friends to become a candidate for
    a an inhltniln.f the terrible dovt"npour, good father and a good Mason. lie I E. ChaMh Sooth.
    that I
    out making find, but I can't say the Town Clerkship. I hereby announce
    long eiiou lj fur 'Ut" to run over town da<1 intimate died lamented We know how be lived, I' Sunday Sch'iot 10 a. at.and Epworth Leigia
    ever did court the acquaintanceof my candidacy for that position promise
    Rev S. D. Paine of the Con General
    S pastor 1 pm. every Suuday. prayer mtttt'
    know how
    he died.
    we I shall miss him
    &twyinaiqS hn more sprightly; cousin-the genuine gregational: Church, returned from his my faithful attention and best effort to jug Thursday event gs .t 7:1% Iad.s' |myermeriiugi
    Oar schixih begun in the church, in the prayer meeting inour I'ndaYllltcnllo084at rreaehUf
    was ou Monday bluvk bear-unless armed with a vacation last Friday night and preachedto tbe performance all duties connected \viciSi.t xxoiiJ and third Sunday el each

    S with Mi j R:',,. Coets. from Miami as Winchester. But it was, Iasl! too'evi- twi large home. Let emulate his good life therewith and solicit the support of all mimili at n a. ra. and 7:13 Po... IB the cvea-
    congregations Sunday tnurnincr be for in. a oag sonrice will be held half .a hour be-
    tracber. \ dent somewhat confused ready the Master's summons as who consider and entitled lore Ih, regular divine service. We would btsia.i
    to inv. now ..... and .niotit.... .. me competent. !
    --- be was. To tbe dear wife left behind to Caveou pre'.ent; turncoat and Hip,,!
    T Mr. mirt UnVv. II. Cox were at West j senses that I had no choice in the matter, Atghtbepreacbed a memorial ser. to their suffrage and support. The Fourth Sunday .ervkra will be "coW.,

    : Palm I>.gh on business last ;Mcnilay.Prar.it (or here was one almost upon me and mou in memory of William Kelso, who you husband shall meet in ard know your beloved Very respectfully LaoUoa At Ucyutoii.at H 7 p...a'm.. Al Hypoiuo. .( P. .. .'
    the better
    Fui.k was ratter under the CUL'1ngey.loo.; What should I do? died in his absence. country. The A. B. OTWEI.L.: Ret.J. B. WALKLB, PMtor.
    .. doctrine: of re-union and recognition is
    There was no time t') he lost ; I must
    weather fur several days. hut be i iS is A BRIEF SYNOPSIS.
    taught in the Bible. ,David lost his Ht.tie Congregational Church.Uer. .
    rigidly iceoveriiiK ln.1 is again about act quickly, for somehow I didn't feel lie took for his text Revelations mh For Marshal And Collector.
    boy. He fas'ed and went as long as S. D. rnfc rtittur.Services .
    town. That'b right! Frank ; kt-cp up as tbnugli I wanted to be hugged just and }itb verses; "And I beard a voice he child 1 "fd.'b he died he at 11 a. in. eat 7:.MI p. M. "aw,
    -4 health then so almost driven to desperation. from heaven blessed o aiose. I hereby announce my candidacy for ..h.ou'' uUIII'.tur'. RibUiUn at 10 a. a'.
    the of for saying write are
    regulation;: oar town resumed his Clirl-I ian Endeavor 0.3U ...
    duties it
    kingly and said I re-election the of : p. Prayer
    rulne .. \ I began to cast about for some means of the dead which die in the Lord from to position Marshal Meeting Weduesdy ap m.
    shall go to him. The mount of transfiguration and
    Collector premising the same faithful
    henceforth saith that
    A tin !Man, Sir Knights Remember I escape. ; yea, the spirit teaches the doctrine of
    Thirty feet away grew a leaning cypress they rest from their labors for rec- attention to the duties anti responsibilities St. Ann's Catholic Cbu.ah.nc .
    may ;
    regular revlewV K. O. T.
    the nut the ognition. Moses departed this life many that I have endeavored >;unlng with
    Sunday. January &b.
    which projected over the lake, its top to give these
    their works follow with them.
    M, will U. ItvlJ at Miu'cab Hall next centuries bofoie. Elijah was translated will i oe Holy MUM lad Sermoi Perry MatUy
    nearly touching the water, fifty feet The pew vcrblou.Whl' the position in the past. .t K>or.Mk L a'. Sunday behoolal p. a'_
    Satunhr tight at 7:30: at which! lime we over 8Qo yeals before. They both cameo ami Ve-per HH-vlrv at ?:JII> (>. M.OH .
    front shore. My ee caught the situa. sailing along the blue] Keaq PACT. C. Joxes.The : Week w". Maw will be at 7 .. a'.
    hare with : N. S the
    hope to us Major Bt.jn- mount of transfiguration. Peter .. .
    dOD in B twinkle and I wa .eeized witha $ea or Grecian Archipelago Dlany'earsaRo. I '- ----- -- --' -
    ton-&r..rt.'Ule'' Advisor Senior"1 1'.lst James and John knew them. We shall
    divr elf of I Feminine Observer. Evening Stan 1aods, "0. 49.Knight
    sudden impulse to ui> I heard the captain of tbe ship remark .
    S Sn.,reirif ('uIIUlanller. President Cone know each other. Let this thought com eWe -- ol Pythias,
    coat and shoes and shin up that tree. to some friends standing by,
    of Afj ias! and Supreme} Trustee of tbe tort every afflicted soul Friends let always feel so much bettr1t"n :Me.leveir Fliday Night l8_ '( hta'd-
    Then if bruin followed which no doubt\ there is the isle of Patmos. where Joun aid lit,.... Visil-.iiK br1 the,. .orJiaily tlU.U.
    Knig:'* (.f the Maccabrti of the \iorlJ.c tie would the us be ready for in such an : our as je told how ill we look. Ct.t't; Ball over l-ublrt-Sc-hoolhld'a"! .
    would I to top.
    scamper the of Christ exiled by the
    A fnll hittndance i is trqneMed.Frtmlucd disciple WM think not the Son of Man come.SOUTH'SLirERARYCI'AXCE.. i. U. Harf&aiat C.c:
    drop down into the water swim to the Roman Emperor Domitlau I looked may Pride often stands between us and oiir \VM.BVDD.Jg.K.olk & It. s7

    : lira have two and a ball shore and s'rike out for the truest happiness.
    opposite with much interest upon that i island. It ---.- -- '

    :. acres o: lorMa clovt-r oi beggar weed: hotel. U'-t no, I thought, there wouldbe seemed to he a barren place about 28 or We are very anxious about the future

    that is eeiumly I a beautiful eight' At nothing gallant about that anti o miles in circumference ; bad a population until we have trouble in the present. FUN AND FACTS.

    eight day after planting U has.a rowlhoftcui I didn't be treed .
    ) to
    moreover, propose of about 4000. On a height -.- The postman gets blamed for a hundred -S

    and a bdH. feet and..still growus by a bear. Jf bruin went first I might : above the town was a large convent and tin KuiuaiK-e! and Charm of Bygone things for which he is in no wise Witty Sayings Interspersed With

    lilt. follow but I ...oul.l not go ahead- near by a grotto belonging to the convent Day Miould be Prenfrted by the Pen. responsible. Business Bargains.

    t- (' |ht"'htiJ while clearing hummock I am fond of adventure anynav { now where i it is supposed the apostle John ..."".,.... A man has to be very much iu lose
    : ...,1 week fcmd fourteen snake here is a chance for something exciting
    i : saw the visions corded u ip the Apocalypse -
    Edwar Bok, writing of "The South's with woman to willing carry her para! for Sale At Rare
    egg in hollow stun:p. On opening so face the music, t'tedctie, and stand or book of Revelation. Bargains .
    literary Chauce" in the October Ladies'Homejournal sol o\er her. ..-
    ; them, 4 live, perfectly formed snake your ground. History secular and sacred is full of!
    : g \'es"oice "to the feeing One doesn't get rid of bills by tearingthem Stock of Merchandise, Dy7 Goods,
    m lushes found iu enraged uion I
    about long wis As the now thoroughly illustrations where the Pioyidenc*; of of disappointment with Notions, Shoes. Ladies' and Gents' fur.

    ; each tKg.; If these were rattlers ii: ster came rushing onwaid without seem God has frustrated the evil machinationsof many students of American present literature I up, but they are; disposed of for uisbin ... Jewelry Store Future, fU.Reaboa .

    -d embryo tiu deserves a lougircdit inaiic. ing in the le that more literary activity is not showni
    :; It would add vi) much to tl.e appearS a more plausible idea came to my rescue work for good to his cause. When the i the South. No part of America is so Many a woman carries to her grave 8-17 mands time. (Wen HOMASON Palm&Beach BEOWM, FU...

    uf our own if moie shade aud 1 will flash: niy umbrella upon him mob of infuriated bigots put Stephens rich and so full of color as is the Sou'h some silly name her romatic 1I0'c1-read- -- --

    : S fruit tiers were id out. Now that the I when it foints to close quarters and to death they thought it would extinguish iu its adaptability to a romantic liiera- iug mother gave her. loLt.uh"ni.'UU i ever vbeervt. P

    S oil will be in splendid condition after !I scar,.the wits clear out ol that bear. the early church. Instead of that tu'e" he asserts. "There is no period Every joy in life is marred by a how ruui-h Tuuther'a: little bo; U like

    : f an unusually) heav% rainfall let all improve Then us he stalls to run I will jump jt scattered the local church at Jerusalem in American history at once so poetic shadow but does not follow that every him ?"

    1 the opportunity JiO far a-s posililend upon bis back, and in hi. wild dash for and sent the disciples everywhere and so (full of }he atmosphere of chivalric shadow is followed by a joy. J JUUMOD,,Yenmil T )yetitenla th.

    aDd plant ilnMiiwhly-talked-aLout trees I.hilierty I will pepper him behind tbe I preaching tbe gospel, and was the romance as that which the South The happiest person in the \\old is be child asked me for a pennr."-<)hk>

    Don't wait f" yot>r neighbor to ael the ears with my Smitli & Wesson till he cause of tbe founding of tbe church atntioch. saw for a score of years previous to 1860; or she whose ambition never soars beyond State Journal. .

    ? txamp'e! tut improve your own prem brows up the sponge." \ and perhaps Rome. When Yet very little comparatively speaking what he or she is able to get. She was- -horribly--burned---
    by gatoHfte.
    I lies for your own g>K..l. "It is never too Now this looked like a brilliant idea, ln'an, the immortal linker of Bedford
    bas been done ,with it in a literary senseso Either man or woman can become hero Get Kiliyre. Save your coods ad

    S late to do well." such as would mature only in the brain was'put in jail for preaching Christ, the "",- little in fact, that an entire generation qr heroine to those beneath them if their friends. It is kinK of fire. Atlo.xxa _

    p It is Utter to use two tons of fertili/tr of a hem I already pictured Pl's&:1f.: in authorities supposed his influence was !has arisen which knows almost fees are sufficiently large.A & Son.Jounjf )

    ncd ctates of totnatori my perilous jet novel} situation, tearing kill!d. With !nothing but tbe Bible andFox's of the -- ..
    per acre gather SilO the brush H-'Bted qothing picturesque qualities of man can get ready for a journey in Jones-"ilj I paw'. got tuonmooejr'o > ,
    along through upon book'of 'martyrs be wrote tbePilgrim'
    than to use half tbe amount of fer social life ou the old plantations of the five minutes but is has." ..
    of with sinews of elastic I Iliad woman never jour,
    the a racer
    tlliztr and gather Ibe same number of Progress, a book that has South. All that peiiod is charged with "
    for it after she has Smith
    : whose driven really prepared evau. Tommy \Vell.ifyoar maw
    steel equal was never by a circulation only second to tdible.
    rratctfrum two acir romance with stories I lived in actual
    ; '
    Pbrcbus Apollo. It is doubtful if the So God made the eiile of Johnto started on -rPhiladelphia Times. wore as good; do* M mine, I bet II.wouldn't .
    ctii/cii should feel a pride in lives ; with idyls a ith'poetry.. The .
    found his -- --- _._ have for I bean
    wily Itbtcan ever equivalent redound to the glory of Christianity, ID; f pawsuy ,
    lo tuald nil worthy ernei people who were a part of the life of "
    helping up Ohio State Journal.
    when be cleared the stable of Kheuges. to Learn. HO.
    and to that i'ilee are indebted for Quick .
    prise iu a f<.uiniur.ii) and not discourage !I that memorable period still live in _
    in the predicament of that perilous --
    glorious visions of heaven. New Blickensderfer
    ilou Ucause be not many goodly numbers but they are gradually Typewriters toe j
    teat is
    or moment I fancied that ,,'itba tandem The first thought for con..ideration to. The park avenue trolly line in the very best in the market at Potter's

    I directly lultubttd or herinted. of such steeds: harnessed to a strong night i iV, we must all die. It is relatedof dying out. Soon both people and places city of Rochester is crossed by three Agency. Call and see them. They will ;
    pass away, and pinch of tbe atmosphere bear the
    ioii to Lake consecutive which bear closest investigation. ,
    ( Oar a'ntiripalol einur mule I should not shrink from streets rtnscu-
    cait Philip, father of Alexander the Great will be los.t. And it is before this ... ...
    'I Worth InIrt and Pill's Island has been a four-in hand race with the line surnames An Irishman with a Customer "Haven't
    i entering that he employed an attendant to nay takes place that the latent talent of the you made
    indefinitely postponed account of the carpetbag entered one of tbe cars the
    inimitable Hell Hur. those
    every morning, Philip. thou art South should aud it trouper too long 1"TailQrhThe
    awake as
    u:<.dtlf'.1 C\Jidu1011 r.f the weather. 50) it With astern deteiinination I all aited mortal. We don't need any such warn- preserve other day and sat down gingerly near
    trouseruare all
    Mill first the right
    can now preserve at hand ;
    rcm.aid a pkiaure in prospect. the isie\itahle. I !had not long to wait. ing. We are mortal. With only two the door. Four or five other men completed -
    romance and cuaim of those! days of bllt-t'xeusempsir-Jour* are too
    .\ to the sevtul! bear and antagonist was almost me, and the list of passengers. The car "
    rlor' panther My upon exceptions all the human race have long lon -tx.; .

    fc'ours appraiiiig in the last issue of with all the nerve I could at that moment passed through the change we tern ago. swnng around the corner of Chestnut

    TliKSt'*, pciout me to appind. for the command, I braced ni>stjf foj the death. Enocb and Elijah went; to 0 --- street. the Just received: a full line of new tires at

    mllioK enperience of one of our Roy'n the. la.t moment, however, till pass through.To -' man signaled him, the car stopped andthe Teacher-who was }Mercury

    yv rUlSIIH BEiK HCXT.: truck and made a dash for the lake. I die in the Lord. It makes a great deal l ,anufacturers of automobiles have not afterward the car tieared another cross I That's why they put bi into

    One eenint tt'tcir.g te winter of '92wl.vlf dropped my umbieUa and in the excitement difference bow we live if we MFe to be yet fpund a satisfactory answer. The street. announced conductor thermometers. Jie'a till up to \)\it I

    doing 1'1'tnJj in tLe role of tour- of the moment even forgetting to blessed in the future life. If we wonl _lUun.na _..nlft".ahl.................i *.ioft..... nf'5 4 IU It.a.. ..-...hi.....,>.lA... it-fl "William I old--- hn.inPMM.--.......-. r nil.. m'siva._..ar'........".,,-_ .
    ujt my revoKer, I grasped a heavy die death of the righteous we must Another man got out. Tne Irishman's Herald.
    i>t, klur *kvend'.ii a day at a htile sta life the rim of the wheels and in order to
    the Florida S.uliern Kailroa.ia : handspike; which chanced to lie near live the life of the righteous. Good eyesgrew! isiblllarger. S
    ton ou and ran to intercept him. Well knowing insure comfort, safety and beauty experiments "Alexander," shouted the conductor. Boat building done right at home,''in
    Ike feutriil PArt (.1 the Mate at a'' I resolutions won't save us- They must the most approved manner, Rood work
    that a bear would defend himself would die the death; have been made by nearly all The third man left the car.
    p-jut rear lug )",rt'M wanip, tkirl l.g be operative. U we uianship aud at living prices. Call oa
    MHuntti' Paiadise.: I took a quid from a ide"i..e blow end perhaps grasp I er tbe blessed we must be united to manufacturers which involved much Wnen' it had started on the Irishman Capt, A. T. Rose. .

    ttrvH up tie track in the direction ofCtprhtl.llh. my capon and tear it from me, I sprang Christ by a living faith in ibis world. more expense; than is known to the arose and approached the conductor." -Mrs- -Henpf&VTho-- --- tpist'upalllt'r.-: -- "
    front of tbe animal and "pj want to git out at Avnoo B. be .
    lirectly in
    In the future life rest from the
    we of business.
    opt outside
    some t\\oIUlI.,! distin1. people The
    vi.t- MIR) atiful I I8ot it
    Michael.Youth's mill
    said 4e (foosbt is I
    i name -
    club I him heavy
    raisnug brought
    my a labors. Tbe Christian life is a tires I.
    S A cunr in tbe track, aquaiier of a earthly monster pneutnetic are unsightly,
    when die
    over J
    mite 1..10 w the drpot. hid hc last .--i iunU blow dirt'clly'httwtlu the ears. The warfare, a contest. Paul draws figure and glee' the vebitfe a ponderous and Companion. nie ,

    battle wa; -.'('fl, for uhat I had a moment from the Olympic games to illustrate it. bp&ules -. -1.- -- -- Mr. HeDpeclOrtrtinl.vl I Tbtorel.olllething .
    civilU4tKm from view, and now everywbrre unwieldy appearapce, being ex-
    before: regarded as a formidable tarifcfi in a Vast amphitheater in it about "Utlre|} endetb I
    ail about me was: a dense pine They were on pensive. In order to orercome these Haltese Wildcats.
    ft*, now rolled! upon the ground a helpless with tiers of t lie first lesson "jso't there-Kana
    lath Cpf.... lureot interspersed! with the rising seats some objections tires of various sizes shapes -r.Jol.n ---- ,

    gr.&Ct'I.a' Ubb"I'e jwlmetto and the mail of fur. times eighty or a hundred thousand and designs have been made and are Parker, of Cross Falls, Penn., I City: Independent.You .
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    .lunilttt..J" fCq nugnolij, together with An hour later, after being transferred people would be there looking down upon being used for the purpose of determine has a queer family of cats. Recently n
    'em 'tmOQ
    puncture we repair
    - tbeirttil'Me. tangle of tines and har.ginx to the station, nearly I all inhabitants thecontestants./ The prize was a ing which is the most piacticable. pet Maltese belonging to him disap break 'em dOD'e fix 'em up-at; the

    LcMe!* lhit complete tbe wcinlnessud gathered about to get a look at my prize Crown of laurel or sacred parsley Something I Among the recent patterns is a square peared. He had reason to believe that Bicycle Hospital.

    mRixUtute of a tropical jungle. and to congratulate me on killing the transitory, of no intrinsic value' tire with corrugated surface \wbic is a she would return in a few days bringing -- --- -- Il'ustoult'rHuwdl
    do ? Hart
    biggest: otter they hail seen for year' but much honor attaches it. We with Ler of kittens but he yoonu
    .\1I1hJo,. to aK(>, s*> different from urI arf great improvement on the old balloon in a family, I U.... ';m., t.. c....... .1.;.. _..._:_.. .
    I Xortt.a.n nodi, together with the -.- urged to ntn and fight and contend fora look, although its manpfactureis ba\e did no expect the kind of a family she | nine iu e)uic IUIB wuruIUJIi I

    I tiring fuel tlut pervaded the scene Pen Decorations.The more endearing crown.-eternal life not tested it sufficiently to give an opinion has introduced to him. There are nineof it.TtItJ"lnUtD-C't'rtaiDIy ; plenty .of

    stol the invigorating breezes and the We shall lite right on; death is only PU its lasting properties. Some of them and every of them ale three

    I xliiMi tw.onciii.iiit odors of the yellow latest thing in china dt-coratiou I transition. Paul says absent from the the newest pleasure vehicles have tbe times as as big as a kitten less tban l'11ItOJller-jIdtl( tp Ilfllr pi it. j'4

    ji' : \t.it M<1 ..tet ba}$, had a tendencvti is ornamentation without a brush. A : body present with the I.otd. To die is narrow wheel and a tire correspondinglysmall three weeks old should be, and they are like to htfvethirty dayson thaliiltb '

    :I t-i !*.- uie on. and ere I wasf.iirly aware china painter says that extienifly I pretty gain. !tj) and the life of these tires are as ugly as they are big. Their lieaJi are I !bill I o eyuu.-Ex.

    ..c it 'i.u' .hle of night were faHiug tIC done with Our influence survives our death. The being watched closely. large; their eyes are fierce, and their i -- - -- -- -- -
    steel and
    I work can a pen ;. t.1ul'uso: :: for sale: at a bargain.
    :( fast" ti-un.l n*. Old S-.l had long : influence of Moses is greater today than "Only careful investigation, said a tails not more than an inch long. Their Initruuient!! in taircomhuon.
    iuid and few colors- Inquire
    | gold a lustre
    I ah4I, 4Mf<|M4rcd U-ou.l the western when be died on Jljig h's heights. The manufacturer, "will soive the problem.We only resemblance to their mother is SUN Ot FlIE. 5iU

    11..h..... pd i.'.. as if to join nle iu green pink ami violet. .\ bottle of gold influence of David is stronger today have nothing except the bicycle tire their color, which is a true Maltese drab t,

    list 1. n.'' (ault.l!, ';ii. Luna's b-tiiliiig and essence for tniur.g are also to be : tbau when he sat on the throne of Israel to go by, aud must get our knowledge Only one of the kittens show a minglingof First Juice Boy-Wbat'll the rant-

    Ct*>it>iM ucewe peep*"*: through the purchased at the art store, and alcohol and wrote the Psalms The judgement through; expensive e.pe'iDe' the ugly gray streaks of the wildcat, ter? .... -S

    t .aatsIa pats. thrown& the flickering! .. is needed to clean the shading brush. I is judgement of works. We are judged || The cost of rubber tires justifies although there can be no doubt that Second Oltice Boy-I told the tow

    : at..th. at'IUS. the ujriow airdingtrvk. ; A perfectly plain cup anti saucer are for tie deeds done it) the body. \ man's i large outlay for the purposcof- discoy- they are He offspi ing of a illcat! father. he thought he wan a big gun.
    best to begin on. To tir.t tbe cup start influence canntt be determined uuti) ering which is the most durable pat- Already they show their savage nature. 'What! happtned! 7"

    1 bd c ne f, a p''int tlirtctly opposite ..t the top with! rose lustre, work the eternity. It grows with tbe years. i I tern and design. Tires cost from $25 to Two out of the nine hadied since "He (proved Iu me he wits a rapt| |

    the Uke airfi a* J i u"Hi cnnttm J.!i ieen ijeHpately! into tin, then follow Since I left you death has invaded our |50 each and some of ths sppcjal patterns their unwise mother brought them home. .irt'r.-I jVtroit Free Frw. $.

    pitting the motioulev. jwmllikc .ihri.t with the violet. Work quickly as each ranks. One of the best men in this j are still more expens \e. Thee*- There is a bpunty of |i ou wildcat - -- ----

    of waTT nude morc gloomy by the: i color I must be hjen
    daik. mitl'N like line of fchadows that :i!before ilr>ing. When the tinting Lj rest. I knew Brother Kelso may years being watched with much attention by can stand in the way of bis collecting I build you one as fine or as cheap as v ou

    kilted the weMnn loie, I ihauced 19 complete let the piece dry thoroughly, ago when I was pastor of Trinity church the people who are interested in the fl8 on tbs; litter.-N. Y. Sun. want. See him. and place your order.

    at that then mix tne geld with tbe essence until in Jacksonville He a horseless trucks because the 'heavy ----- "
    throw a .1.u'rl'AC'k.ard..nd was member. -- --4 For Sale at Rare Bargain I

    _ ......t'11t liiiiikKiiKtud m the uncertain it i is creamy in consistency and will flow When I came here to preach he wns. '>ne re1I4les111 require tires of great Removal..

    -, h iltlUo4'imsU; M mc 'ue animal readily in m the ;urn, which, should be of the first men to greet pie in the, S1fe gtp. The sojid rubber tire has Stock of Merchandise. Dry Goods,

    .ci frvaic 1)r "; 8f| Hotel where\,e hgpe (Q mett ill old Store
    our njshings, ,
    f-w kim Lit-it }.r'la l \IIY It t.'r*",: (l.- ran be easily drawn. When their cannot express too much in regardto Vehicles, and is having its share of attention patrons and many new oneC Reason: '(ot'Jewelry selurg,' other fixtures business, cc 4 .

    1111'''' aloe ti.ik. d.'l 'llhu1V"I-sur InI.kI ; kt"! is .fin{ it will be pretty and his character lIe was one of the in the tests which are now i' G. W. InNER:: & SoN. Jewelers mands time. THOMASO.N & Bgowx."

    ia L'1 b.ti4IIL'.l.p ,aWl: r.I.atl! )'., If ctitiJcba2c.: Lotuicul> ever kuev, What waa said being made.-New York Tribune. I lit door South of past office. s.) West film Beach, Fla


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