The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00586
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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: A "Seap",. Caucus.EoiTti LOCAL 'LINKS.What THCOUNT'; -TIDINGSn : ,P1oSpeO..U5.florida.. HERE AND THERE,; g

,. 4Ip THOFICAL spa: <# .,. .. 1i!t > -..453_".' Under the'abo've' bead the New York ,.
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C nd 00 People 'A/ew remarks about the cat and dried the Sun's Men Heard ta The -" et Items Sun rip recent date speaks inglowingterms
, iTby, au ,.. ,,' ; f., -onaterestlag FromRegular Scraps New,About This tad That _
'?; town this week would seem h" of.Florida, her prosperity
caucus present
held '"
; > M. Not Know. Local Corr4spoadentsZ.Very .
, hY .jBf ,: Lively Whirligig.! y and Different Things.
-- timely and the great prosperous ,future which
:. r ... like ODe that --.w- 3 ;o. 1- ... .. .!!', .. .. ., '. -- .a--
.;Ii .''a. Wheu clJgne the roles ," -- ., >1. >.I llieabefpre her., With the orange grovesprodncfog
t' ', A INUsff .f Nrwaariuaw-YUlUri I* this town operates in such;a, barefaced A Mirror of .lllo/j penic'c". .aeef ally Compiled aid ,CoaMaed t* Out crops, again,.this State will lawsv Notes and Item ,ct laUMttUia ,1 .

U* City.iaVclUMas TUttiaVW. manner as on This "occasion,it is time dents Coming Events and aGalaxy -J3ttldi| l fi of Uwr faterest 0 to.. UN. beoolid dof bt be the most'prosperous of Everybody Gautral mead MOD*'?

Oat .f O. Cltr.. for the conservative citizens to protest. of Carro'dciialp.. !N'4S.OIlt; atll.the States of the Union. The,Sun in 'particular .

e -s... X plain statement of the manner in II'-_ .- tiJ.. !.. ', : says: -Sip_.3

kE :.... >" F. Corf** of Delray, was tn.:town which the caucus was ma will be sn&V Tuesday daughter was born to Mr; A J cJl illG !l1.mm"!! "From'Florida,the State of oranges, Mr. and Mrs. Rawlins this week tort

Iatuda,. -. cient to show this and it was u follows : ,and,Mrs Lee Hatfield of this place .t: '- pineapples and Key Wen cigars the their iafantgirl that waa.born-last SaUday. .

)lr. jrc..Stowers was elected chair. Ja e 1tes.r t'p l"PQ bous 3tas\Q.Ofd. coaisjerdal supremacy of which has ., ..;. .
F4 Win OAgt'ot, PompanO; ;spent a lewt I Rev. S. D. Paine win preach morning :4 Riviera ., .
last week. i *
man, afterward making a aeat'.speech been 1 mited bv events in Cuba and *
days In town the disc of tKe week.wotdei"1f aad evening next Ssabbatb l in the CotC :.H r4 .Ii".ut I A. Willson and
tIt- U r: i s Johnny Jumper
thanking the voters. Mr. Gem Potter I I Porto 1 leo, there comes tidings of great
gregational Chun: The Christian Endeavor :H..5uaers 1w been M4t1; camels from the
day'a buntja glade*
f :GAathony will em was made secretary.Mr. b&t*ants betters 'a M, Popepty ia pne of the..local industriesof ,
t at 6:30 m. west of town last Tuesday with couple
loriivt TU,In typo appellation of Gruber then placed Mayor.Whill- p. i w 'I of Mate, the development of which of fine deer.Capt a
'9tiaaoassln' tiat week's Uue. din'. name before, the convention, for We have at Delre 1 some of the best .. :illa.J q\1 1e.lic.bAt"thti; puts-koridaina place of prominence _

reflection, and. whil.*. -Mr.. j.T 17. paver vegetable lands VU,o' iiiC..' Fast Coastjarl '. (takena. favorable tnrii.' *.> Ci.iu the< fine:::.;v.';', ;umuin.. "..1'.1?<'. ......._...;.._...... This Will Moore and wif'r.wereep
[ O. of'Oakland, 'Orange -J' ff
'J J. Harley, had commenced. to. DQll natcHr.T..1. either rent or sale; easy terms. Applyto : .SW WyMMjg mea lard.earth lithe phosphate industry-,- developed in! from Hypolnxo Maud a couple of day
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Coat, thls'seetioa'prospecth gi Grier as an, opponent a .motion was Gleason Brothers Ban GaUie. ?Ia.;>. etrv t4 a out aad at work again.Jnr !s88.14anow accountable'in partfor this .week :the guests of. Mr. Led Mrs,
I bam, Be wiU locate .
<< an likely -! A. B.OtweU.
made of the accomplishedand the Central which Florida is ;__
by one prosperity
lit PoItpuo.I ___ __ J Mr Paine has been, hajrd at ;cork th1a $Tfc finished and as e1aJgygr The supply Is enormous and *
: politicians present week beautifying the' panm.ge; yard Id aadOw. Is'iunning'tttid'miv'atartforJug We have at Delray some of the beat
W.LHrtcail has been called North ontm promptly seconded, declaring the nominations r the ml}jog prices are high,a combination '
and interior lands
getting the of tie parsonage vUJ\IA ttAal.> :, vegetable on the Bast.(Coast for
A .,....t' ba Dell trip. He left closed; upon which'the chair i r whicfi tithe certain ruarantee success. either orAale
ready Mrs. Paine;; who ,arrived tent ; easy terms. Applyto
Uueday ttoralH to St Locli and other man.called for a vote 011't11e motion ;; last night She has,beeijn' :?httadefc G '1.-/O !:..R (..vith! a force at H'ttForPur1r. American'f.lhoaphate was' Gleasoa Brother.Eau Guile FU. -

t points North. after the ayes had voted, and before phia nearly two months. men K nallettlD&.tl1 Bingham fleet obtained Chiefly )n, South. .Caxolin 1 ;
't }AlbmAigevlae; -and wife' ofMrs. I calling{ for the nays, l1e declared the resdr tttt t, ,t aelanItA"t, At It .TJjat State;produces.abpat aooooo, 'tons Miss Daisy Hnrdee. of Rockledjte
J parents > Q
I '.t Ceo. L. Braaalng are expectedthb motion carried. Fearing, however, tbat' L. Cameron calls .the..attention of :. Mr?"Jleyser' and son Stuart have gone annually, but Florida Js.a still larger has co.aclwled. pleasant visit at Palo

winter was too,bold he',called for, nay on p'aniets to his seed advenisement.M .t tfclUfUrti.fttiBOTrVnow'hascUargVpf ajuttspjjinppty, yielding Soooootona. Beach with her school friend Mrs. B.
week u. this
j ,to epjpy ,at appears another: of Ta au.i II. Dimickt..and returned to her Indiu
popular resort What was probably the motion he, had page the,Wrier*tfoteVan&, Is acting, in iSoSj;:of.which,300,000 tons was: hard River home.Chief i
1 This seed house is one of the oldest in -' balance
; previously declared carried though no ..tVMit.niirf ..iW* rock and 'the divldedbetween .
-f Mrs B. C. Sean of'Uttle River,'has one knows, and as I am no mind reader Floridly, and has a reputation for} hand l-4ti.. >. VAJU'Kaowles.irtelUiJSf laBApbbteV-and river pebbles.' Ten.. Engineer Chas. Kennedy ofUie E

I been the gues|t o{ Ira son?\Geo! S. I cannot inform yon. Quite a tinmbci ling, only, good seeds at right) fpeej._ {;Caps land I lessee: yields' 40,0001 I tons in a good Champ'ain, is here again for '
Adams lid daughter Mrt. Frank Cort raidy'dowil at Jf yptfnxb: to rate \ **& ."
t t of the citizens this United States furnishes
being disgusted I at Perhaps n i point on the East Coast isshpdng season} 'The': another season's saperintendeacr of he ,
right, since Mouday.Hon. manifest onfairness, left the hall at this { ; more flattering ,.rospecUlolgrowthjand etable erpi-the. ySundaVTfe- comiar"wjiter satr.ti:fund' 'adbhomep i, about" 'bslf:the .world'llupply of phos mechanical lid ele deportment of / i

o(affairs. phate:i : end mo idu.' nnn1"faanmichitem .. .
\ stage development the newly "*! 'c *** \ -* : lb"Jt1U IeriLy.ta -_ s.Ir.'s ---- -
Fred 1 9. MOTM returned_the first ij"fr.s.; &- .... t- un4 e3AGJtol, ':
I Next; U Order Were ,nominations for 0' "y-- 6 De f'1.C.1Scb.4"'d! .. -
), ; V t l nA"o,; AJL-eadt
I.he sk to Miami after iq eDjWable' i' plstictiJ'f M. _pl l&s l'} th',4iMdrr.c: sRrass. '
pineepplet :
which bad ahy%show"of souls with familiesitWagread1': to .. W -. m j fj""i..">4"o ten .. :
1\> i v r""afdf ., nominating .rt trither:mantgef, hu 1t"tn'mntb ,of foreign aport at,that port,being captured deer and we* ,
and cue
I.t' eld friends b the.New England. States 1 fairness about it, and ',nhap'ply| that. movej there and many settlers.'In pros better mmIt1; naod'liiklnTniceitlian.. ,. lJ m-i j ,.to:.a' very .amount 1.11 -, week how M.AU ..I 1 .
.. w marred'';,the,nominees,were.Messrs, pect. There, is now in preparation for.a it ever did, tie'bre''f' i. o pggtnbec}:the foreign wall fur Florida don't know many pinia '' f.

W.W.Front, manager cl'the 7catylt; ;eo. Branding.Ben PoUer.. J.H. MaUby winter's crop 178 acres <* land whose .. 1" I' is not very extensive, the hone Capt. J. R. Auib-bony is entertaining Ii
k estate aad .Miami's..leading..bnslacss Carl the railway either by .:;,..J ___:-4.', ; <. --
oat I* W. iBurkhardr; TC..- Lauther; products will reach market, is now an important 'element in Capt. J.T.Chapman and John Smith of .

men, pa Jhrough town'FridayMI Schn liplck, O. Weybrecht,, D. A. st sisal.or .be11roacl.t; former having :. DELEAY. ,c DOINGS. ,;:.. booming trade of that State, which Orange County ; these gentlemen are
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''f his return from a business trip to Thoinason, Will Whiddea and. J. D. the preference of the settlers. ', .. has heretofore suffered considerably ''I joking over the prospects of this sectionfor

ii Indian River., ______ Mathis., .... I. H.[:Burton was' 'at PalmBeach:on from climatic conditions, which wrought' residence and settlement

]. B. Marshall, of Jacksonville,,'was in The nominations were then closed, Rev. W. J. Cady. \Wens business. .last_... Saturday_ ,- t.; havoc to its-orange groves and made the B. T; Byington, at one time lessor of ,
'- 'Mr.-Mnr' : adopted..whereby .. ;- R.Tnckpf; o J Qluladelpbiawsll.be of all agricultural business '
town a few days'ihU wteki; and'a rule was ; I prosecution the Miami Metropolis has leased the
ban will engage fn ,the ring bPd; there'were. four vacancies to be filled, Rey.Williwn Jay Cady pastor of the one of our B** 1J&tCkh winter,,aud precarious.' There are now several hundred' Sunny Land plant and will conduct the ? '
this bear four names to be Congregational Church of'Benton Bar. we wish.bin aaccetk.JRev.'iMrJ concerns in Florida,
sets some wbere down the line all tickets must ,phosphate same for a time under its present name,
winter probable at Pompano. counted. After about two-thirds, of the b>r, and Mrs. Id M. Rockwell, of .Kegwln went south'Monday sLt! :;foreign. but a larger number announcing that it will soon be re-chris-

votes had been cast and while others Corey, ,Mich., were Batted i in marriage; and" will hold services' in;several places; American."Dunne. leued. .

Ka jot' Bett Hopkins Ma." Pasa Agt were moving.np-to vote, A motion was sttioon Tuesday, at the home ol the returnnrbold ierrieea'1tlhis. : place the ten months ending May

of the I L. ik{f. Routf,, "Ia IowA yesterday maP; and seconded_ that the polls-be bride by Rev. Geo. L.Cady brother of next Sunday, t, 1899 as ap]: ars from the last treasury Married, in the Congregational Churchby '

t ,, The Major is one of the mostaffable closed,| but unexpectedly this, motion th. groom and pastor of thej Cpngregat.ionaj .: ,Mrl'Bovdy'n' P.-Jt. Jvpreaentative reports, the exports of American phosphate the Rev. S. D. Paine Tuesday Oct. If "

I* and. Uc -odatlDg men ia the was beaten and about all of, the voters church of Geneseo,,III.. 1 was Ja'town Monday'looking over the amounted to nearly $5,000,000, of Freeman J. Hunter, of this place to

transportation service and his friends voted-and, several voted more, 'than Owing to sickness rn the family:of the prospect| ;'And expressed himself as being, which $1,756,000; worth' went to Germany Miss Mary E. Self, of Winter Park fla. .
A art numbered,by.the thousands. once; they were recognized ass ringftes. bride no cards were iuned-and the-wedding well pleased.. 0< $606.000> to England, $490,000 to The church was filed with friends of the
vote close between severalof was informal. After,a,, few days and oooo to other Euro- young couple. Refreshment were served
The was very Bewey of the F.B. C. land Cc:,. Prance, $t.,2
Dr. D., A., Thomaaon. our, resident the contestants the ticket chosen absence; Rev. and l Mrs.,Cady, wilt,-come ,F. mn countriesThere is this year too, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce. .-
dentist, has cone..o New York and Lanther, to Benton Harbor and after No,jll 1 was Ja| ; t9wfo'fh\1 aday., sMr, %wey js, worth of '
; being Will Whidden, J. C., ., freqt e&t..vjsUw .ber, and qi .kep.a a; market in Asia, for$500,000 George McPherrin is now riding a
i ether Eastern drier to purchase;large Carl Schrebnick and Geo, Branning., be at,the home of friends_ .at No 314 a business; deal most very time hs comes.It American phosphate, and it is a market new Westfield Birycle, which is madeby
sad selected stock of goods for the corn- having no opposition Pipestone street is enlarging. Co. ..
Paul Jones In thedivided which | steadily the Lozler Manufacturing .
lag acuon. Doctor also}Jnfornis that all, was nominated unanim usly. This marriage while it will be a pfeas- is time tbat those interested" lOp r. the i successful development ofits'chief makers of the famous Cleveland Bicycles.
custom ,every few to take. is amostfortartateanion. { halt\;pr;Section.i$ had ?dais one ;;
bis for ,
UU years Mr.Geo. Adams was nominated ant Sl1rprise" many; .industries, 'Florida has someadvantages This wheel gas 'ivcu.as a birthday
turf coarse in practical entiSiry.to Clerk and.,u. :.same tactics:) t..were The groom is an earnest genial to repr seii.t utirJ.H| jhey f xpcp//,to.have. which until recently it did present to the young man by h,s parents, i

keep;pace with all' the recent iirprotet&ents used to nominate the mayor were used inhiscise and popular pastor.rind,the bride.who. their IaQdcultlvst> .jUji.s yearMRiece. jpcatS sevrataafthe \ Dot qsessy, The condition of warfare and was bought at Potter's Bicycle and .

ti of bUI profession' 'and'on ibis trip j and Mr., A. B. Otwell.was.inol formerly lived in.this. .,city:and'duringher. !: ;tstlic4ai Neifa,:to a Fp,jijighboring Cuba, which has been Goods Store. .

will 'kin two birds,who one stone;? given an opportunity. of having. name ,stair won malty?warm Irfeads t by her, .,aa-...>po8sibk,whU4 others almo.i1ch\i !>nic during many years is Sporting bond a

|i and comcba&k prepared,.to give before the" saint.'" social. ,and intellectual graces,. is a, are going elsewhere. : now. at 'an end' and the ODDortnnitiesfoe -r Marcus Frank was released on '

his patrons( the benefit.of .all-,modern 'In justice to Mr.Adams I most say he .charming, lady who' will be cordially. ";. .- .f ... ,,. .' -' business between Cuba and Florida immediately upon taken U. Miami lastweek of .
treatment and appliances. I that he would have welcomed back to Be'oton Ilarbohlitr.4nd the pacification the following business men
declared ia the hall a p.: l:.. .A Cd rrectlolt'.lr::. -' II have ken greatly promoted by bondsmen for his '
--- i !I..!" j Otwell himself rather.lhaabave : Mrs. 'Cady five e cboictst: and theabbtitiifaoi tbat STace becoming
'j ? I nominated ,Mr, :!. .d <__ :1 ;: t of.- be former coantry,-
Faoey Dress 8aft.F ,\things\ stand the way of go"d wishes'of the lUUuity; The Editor "' the oppressive trade restrictumjl'mai&taased appearance at the,nest term of Circuit.

theydi and. he 1 appealed to the//write Bentonj Harbor, MichHe !; }u $pot }t','; I hat beeirreqoest'ed'by someSrf f the under Spanish author- Contt. F. T. Badge, I. Cohen.P. Ulkn.dor&v

wedaaKday4gh (the,foacf'dies Daneiagi\ Club dim of !this as\ to whether he should signprier's ,:::. .. ...:. ;;, ...' ., ;j 1 d ti aJ ara\ -wifliWj:? ;.rr:-' \JJ" 1@1 .l joSbe present prosperity of Floridais T. N Gautier and M. Handel-- .
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enjoyed aa eveaiag-iT 7 -,:'-> in-f'6iapprehension ''1 man.
.. and 'OtwellV 'petirjon 'and .'Ilake a ChUdAgaloJt''J'd occaapniedb 1.1o r.corw shoF 'in1'niany" ways in increased
I ring the \- \' SLn\ &pt n M "d' 'would 1i .Ht one,only he was trspoceteipi 2nplrshed \ on.. hpp tansactions, in enlarged railroadrtocipts A. B. Parsons and Annie Gaines a

tided suecesscostnme ld1f.IJ1.tepreteated! safkaded... $dvieet 1 that it was not eo&sUtent.The. .-, like to be a''boy againwithoi?a .y.ag25A J rtastiss -+ ;in greaterimports and exports, colored pair1'who plead guilty of the
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# Amongta,1tR L meeting then adjourned and ,a woe or care withfreckles, ,.scattered., ea. Thitt r!some; ,ot'the" -; items'.werr.- inn -:-. ita shippingclearancesiu the demand charge of living in open adultry*in Justice

were.the Carl jonowtng I Uoa; Shepherdess i petition was immediately started for,Mr, I my face and hayseed. my hair" I'd tended T.-JT::to be faceypas..dherpisao,4ogbt, fx labor, in the cancellation of. mOlt Court Monday, concluded that mar
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Night, : Ckeallyuu Peasant GirlMrs. T. J. Grier as candidate for Mayor and like to rise at 4 o'clock and do a hundred and weUr ls'f'.faUy. WI1e.\! that,DO gages audio savings bank re1'urns riage was preferable to the legal penaltyand

lira. JtOi': Mianehaha; Miss0taiwD for Mr: :A.. B. Otwell for Clerk, both chores,'and saw the wood and fE'Cd'the harm waiiaiended.bttt aSithey were ....... were duly bound in the toils of -

Msz Flower Sirkin;Girl Miss May; Met. petitions receiving more signatures than hogs and lock .the. atabje 'doors. And misles li ing to the pabl e.aad calculated, na1C? '5 Notice.At matrimony by his. Honor,- "the Justice .

; reqaired.by to secure place for their herd the hens andwatch: the bees, ud ia our estimatioB;to harm the'community the next morning. .
ralf Florence ,Nightinjr W, Miss Bertha names on the regular election ticket; take the moles to drink, and teach the they'''Tah' utd' ''not '''remain. .uncor- the ensuing town election on the --... --

Sanderson; Paper, Girl H.Miss H. Macie Cook The Mayor lost a number of votes of turkeys how to swim, (t that, they recteoVThe. -"" bonding! question, the eligibility of Buttons of Mississippi Pearl.
Davis A Country Belle Ike Fraznre Span those who appreciate what he has done wouldn't sink ; and milk about 'a hundred .. :.lleni '}regari: to. (fad proposed voters shall be determined as follows : ,

Irish Washerwomaci' Garland; Bndd ;Clown and is doing,for the town. They give lows and bring wood, to',burn.And : i'canaln ad tie, .'!bell roa4i\lA which\I ,Kgytered voter residing in the town Western Illinois may yet become the

fib Toredor laude Chloe Paul him full credit;bat feel when he allowed> stand out. in the sun;all day and k'was stttjd.yift the Jstterwaropsid and caning real estate, and bas paid his centre of the pearhbutton industry, as

t %wf Charlie_u''l"A.Davis;. ...... __' "nar-. his commonsense and sense* of right to chnmand churn and chum and wear my eredpKietahleby.theincorrect .cttkrsu..au taxes for the year last, due thereon, can no locality offers no large a supply of
\ \; & ; VCII 01 -, .v be over-rrded by the representations.of br.theros cast off clothes BAA wait four statement.. ,The ifiaal wok vOte' hells avaible for the manufacture of

nest Frank Chasej Sailor .BoyFrankWaters Turk the politician who so successfully) miles to school and...get a ..licking.i everyday (one dissenting) was practically 'unanimous A non-resident. property-owner cannot buttons as the inn austable shell-beds
Beeman Heyser
; Tramp managed the recent campaign to keep for breaking,snore o\4 .rule. And : In '..on'the canal.' DC[ the Mississippi River. Because of

Barry Stfranek.the-chtracters were the: cpnrt' house from, going Miami, then get home night and do the chore* The opinioa.in regard4:the County vote.A.wife's ownership of property does the cheapness of the machinery a lathe
Several of exceptionally himself in a bad light and milk the cows and feed either her or her husband the the work
good, both in costume and hie&rrJijc .he placed ,soma; more ComiayiioneriT:exptvxe4la'\ another not give and circular saw comprising
out the character features, and a number voice this sentiment the hog.and ,curry raale ;galore, and Item iaaj b aVMpresu6|of indjviduA| right, to,vote. shop, and the quantity of shells, it is

__......----- : "I shall vote for Grier not because he then crawl wearily up stairs and see.'my .' e.e.. ,t rtai nljdoneitpgde A man holding a naked agreement to anticipated there will yet be a rush to
.. he Is pie best man, but because opinion,,bul tz7""eD{. .,
Ths Utnry t,at1,Social ,Cab.i did not havVa fair show." Imposition little bed,aDd hear dad laYthat worth its segtjg ytptt1 bnyland,;and, has'not possession cannot. manufacture pearl buttons along the

i .n makes a weak cause strong.. less boy-he isn't worth his bread,I I'd comnin.niiyijs aethyei.alwayLbeea vote.: shores of the river. Sea- helis have ;

'nOGUM lOa pr;26, Your for fair play, lib ita be a bey again--aboy, has st ,Ourt tistyitrtgtediby.the Board of< If a man,has.a contract of actual pur been used for this purpose some being

I Presentation of Bleak Houie=Miss ; A PROPERTY Hou>aa.We much runbis..1iCe: .. u just a round!! .of tenant. Coinmisdoaert,. 'aad';for,'tha chase of h.adand he is in poasemfoctinder .imported from Manila but it is claimed

Potter. ..- mirth from rise to set of sun. I guess of the CQunt1ofticlalS. his contract,he has a right to vote that the Mississippi River nude buttons
Points of Interest Misses,,Anthony; of the best .1 matters.by all and
have at Delray some there U nothing pleasanter'than closing Respectfftily ours. The law only requires ownership, canno. be distinguished; from the pearl "

I Itoffatt Kennedy' ?', Bowfin. ,TbOt1lts-oli. vegetable lands on the East Coast, for stable doors, and herding bens .and,j* '. U'nU.I ownership may be legal or equitable.WHIUDIJT. i it i buttons made from the saltwater shells, ,'--z-' '
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Ideas ByeM! either rent or sale;easy terms. Apply. chasing bees anddoingevening., chores.-* "' ft801899.. ." t Wn.KOX Mayor. -Cb.ra.o Tribune A -n->1" -:. .-
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'. ," AT s WET..(!Asst UAOH,DARE OOUNTTi {M>*OA, without a ripple._ Tavafw J Herald .e' -1-". ,, ... '.' o.staiw- t'L R ." ". All Kinds of Boat Goods.St .

s WtSCWPTKMI' palC: !, ':.00 AJEAR.gatrred "Tilp.J latest pu1-a inneral:l a o'yn I. .I'tt_Roue d tGad.sq'Aag-!: all,..tlal.Jt,; 'f ****,TI..wlft.Coon ..had leads

r M tk* portoffic of West hIm Ilcath eTamprH'ernld i j i8 thai ot eddy p dw"tiaaiGrosnMal's b&-.r ttaiaN}'"itdoe''aed."ta, -- .,_. ... k'I q i T :. All Hinds. ofFishing Tackle .and porting Jc }. _, .
*; u seco'ttd daM caller Uod pveltt who ep1oy<< )lie,# rk. I wuJ4 t s biatar:1:n1ua.Ior. .the tfdP 11' < Gasoline Stova. .'Bine' Flame Keratae on Stores.GUnwtre .
,, ........ ,Lamp and Lantern Harrison Bra*.' Rudy Vixea )ftlrtt
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altte; tlwtint-tion having killed, w ; 4 .-_.-1 (9-Mil) Urderi Qlvea rmupl AtURtWiT .a."f7? I
ft),'IKSVL wnte ....Wi # \, :
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self and lowered .pad. .. .. ; t V .. Vt tri a I .
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hira tit. "JVddj was "
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bra Bel WI ,..Ii-. ..+lfrI.l., std tW.n. .-..i :'J $RDi114 BUSINESS FIRMSWttCards ,

Uti: j younger pulitical dItY@ W "y'clllnW,1; I 11 w'UIMI.a 'Var ',''.. ". GUARANTEED PAINT -
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To talk about amendment .. bsalsa.dm't ara, rt&lTl., ,?* ,
an to -- -' : ..... I Alphabetically. >
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i ti the conHtitution of the Duited State &all ....Ft.. .... -- .0 ;; '-' .- PARIAN" PAINTS V : ;

M an csseutml preliminary to a e note 1anW, revs : ARCHITECT- : ... ; .<
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wful. ..fight on the trusts u to ay A4 tt .... we'ia1aa rlst+ivM itretiw'kr' 1' D Brows;.Wett Palm Beach, Rib ''
Of< Arc Guaranteed not to Chalk, Cracks Off, Peel nor Blister. Are.,not .._ .
that they cannot he controlled. The bl ,, alM., : ..-..e.BANGING.-- .
led .. Mtimratal bona -'PI1a bet N.att. affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes and are' giving better MtJafaetJoa. 1 '
proper way to do is G] put men'iIjtfire 0 : "
i k ;. ,' : than any ether paint known. It is the coming paint in this I State ft* ft fa ; 1 1"
who will do them like old Andydid rat a hdr6ea yaM wnae'oar deer' Dade County State Bank? ,

J"cksor the United 'States bonk. ,kot II ""' ,"';'' ,. ,t..-.. West Palm Beach particularly adapted to the climate of Florida .. _< '. .
mrtcri-.15t$ wu ttws '! ... "
There in plenty of law-the, problem\ '.....BtorioaMj..WII CL -, "" (' or } ." i" it ," : \ '.
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0 ill_ tn,- n--oat It n .uJmihI8hM.'TamD-- ---. -- --.,.-. ._--. ; .:_:. ._'.BAR RS. :: .:
W'1IDe:our-ploul"tuwwu.: shah:: EDWARD WILLIAM.Sij.
Herald MUo Cooper;West Palo, BeachBICYCLES ;
BUOM UK) their *ooJi .

j. The following taken .from Theo| &pit a Idrdred'tidadi ppet tom\, :ooaawt atsde. .Iq" tl.. it.i; .' !.. ; Meat for Carrara and Parian PaJnti, : ; 1

Metropolis, is H self evident end,nn- : ",
with bet sbdto sad aaooa rich

deniable truth : 'There never was an nadftforalatnaa.im: Rfdidtehll West Palm Beach 28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,", I
individual or : that un- Gout kcr atUlioasaad ra|>tttt It 4otrala "AMe-iJ yf West Palm BeachSl _
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newspaper -
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golden lad". ,,' j .
!I :: lertook to to stand by the people .Sl ''''>;

hot did not arouse the ire and ill will Ella via ittktfH bola jew tttmoat.Md km, I BUILDING SUPPLIES: "'" ,","

of politicians. and, others' who had I sw gases t cur w. to lsvlbfs frlai.ltd .,Md cUM toft U tau Goo, S Hacker & Son Charleston, S C. LEGAL' NOTICES 1 PROFESSIONAL CURDS.W. J

none to grind, or who look t< upon thereat look rp ttw IM., -., : .
flat tilt rrerdet ttowi'thet'ar. sef.. \f ASTER'S SALE.In .
t I5ING mass of the public .ae the field t ogllal IICIIW 'I CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: I. METUALF, '1

rqp for their operations: .{farthering la... boa girls ttia' M totdj 'OTW.to tiN Franklin Sheen West Palm Beach, pursuance of a final decree ol foreclosure .ATTORNEY. AT. LAV. ,
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their personal ,ambitions and make ,'"' rendered by the Hon Minor&Jones,Judge NOTARY PUBLIC. _
of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida In ,
ing money t. a* llafooary rover daasa this ar boa DENTISTS: and for Dade County. In Chancery sitting, at Will practice U 'CoueJ.ttup*. laden) .;

Cede Ib. as'vsr.'as ties' .r R eat ]DA! Tbomuon West Palm Beach Chambers, on the 15th day of September Conns.LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.Otaeeia >;-J
what to
In response, to inquiries as towb..ther Only' .. pays r -- ,' o. ;r-, -- iiy T Daniel Cocoa A. D. 1899.. In the Chancery case therein TBUPKAL In ;
.-.I .. pending, wherein Mr. Louise Kriwh Is tom [ West Palm, Beach Dade Couaty, >ftorVU. '-J
or not the d ipioa of Judge et It call f as Is bstter toss tks storj d k-l .. '. ,
lainant and Susie: A, S.uell and Irving B. "
FALL > AM glatoMiy ,...w.'. MU tat e.inset St. CLAIU ABRAM*
yaw Master, In will the first Uouday., ALEX -
i Chancery on
the, rollection of rounty lice l8e taxes, .. Palm BeachDRYGOOD3'AND
leas Ditnkk
H West
b an "orl'Mru with moot ; '; ; being the, ....
the has wired the tax ATTOKHEY T-LAW
comptroller ,
of NM. Nlatrx. the follilog will bold, collector Hilfuboro I., !.. sot a- (Uia sttafy ,ea till .1.fUll' V .,. 6th Day of November, A. D. 1809 -t,
of County as J1CDOJmJ.U, Fu
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f'ltdlo In Nomhtrr of the prtiwrkw +1 ;ollow9.Connty license taxes are i, For r Uas... ',..,ta iien'a I Rued tQ,,'k4st Uls Mr,. I I._ CLOTHING: sell at public outcry, to the highest and best Practice la all tile Circuit Coart*.SUU a.. .'
1'V State .'WC'fTII.ltnd M punt e&4 -Thooiason & Browt. West Palm Beach bidder, In front of tba! Court House door In Federal.
fixed) by act of Liginlatnre,. ender kartdrlet : .t Schrebnick. WI at Palm Beach In'said 12-l1J.98.
riarlau".ilel aii Ctrl Mt mt. .County of fladt. within tbe ,J
till Ova Ml lion to ttMst'tua
iroi flow Ire at 1''' '11 drawn jn "
l'UWltitQlional antboritiy and ate 11 -L legal hours of Rate. the mortgaged premises ii.S&WVBL .
dots & Ill i
mINe the! outcuBt,will tIP of eo& MtmM !- not affected by decision of Judge Call ao.vsrt IN' IPUa ChrbtUM U tki taethsr. mentioned In the bill of complaint In this T.6BAVLOC. OOUMM >&Si/MOOHI. :', '

dltaldratcte! fonwb lowinjrti hood of PERTIMZERS: t&l1elI1d In said decree particularly described
MS eta
iu reaction of city council of Jackson aloaaa t/u.'1IDia. and directed to be sold, to-wit: QUAY LOB & BHOOME
: turn the roatatt likely\\ to t lceIfltbrrreat ville. 'Demand full payment of State WAN m: A lours & Co Jacksonville{ Being all of the. following described land 1J

National eontmt of 1900: m i situate in the County of Dade and State of ATTORNEYB-ATLAW.
and taxes:" OainesrilleSun. IMPORTANT"TRUTH
County -
viI The North half of the South-
Ofctos Governor and all State uftl FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: Florida Will practice ia all the Courts of the Kate.
fast quarter ol Section Thirty-three! (33), la
Rees How forgetful we 'American people e BfMt et .....aaw.. ,naafifrte.a drM Brelsfprd Byes Palm Beach Township Forty-four ((44),South of Range Office inUw
r Krtttarkj : Gorrrnor sod Itw. ... Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach Forty-three ((43) East. Also the two followIng Exchange. JACKSONvTttK. FIX:

late*. /lrlll 1 When >Fltzhngh Ixxf first came Although pttvkma'to'ili1S i England .SI i iiFURNITURE tracts In Section Thirty four (34)).of the

Iowa : (ktemorother Rtate' .0UI I hark from eu.ba. before- the breaking wu nomliully a gold standard country : Township and Range above mentioned: The IT C. HOOD. M. D"

' of "hostilities the of the debt'eoald always bs paid there with North ball of the Went half of the l3outh.wl'lltquarter .
stud k' staf out people a
th'ttl are, D E Cooper J4fg+ Co; Jacksonvillesi of said Section Thirty-four (SU. am PHYSICIAN AND SUBStOX.
bolUorf at the
diver approzimately
lflwaslppl: Uoreroor State oft nation were almost beside themselvesin : that tract of land described as follows:. Be-
+ French mint rate of 1I H to L Iif the Office and Residence tear BoyaJ) f oladua)
their, admiration of him and bewa 1 V lag situate In Township Forty-four,Rout:
I CIfft find "'aWatUI1'. EnHaIa'ere ltor had no use for the bnl-. GRAIN AND SEEDS: Hotel.PALM BEACH. ILHI
East, Dade FlorIda -
Image Forty-three County
.....f"yJ,1U made President, Vice-Preftident., lion.1' be knew that be could step right & Jacksonville
.I L P.t"'e eu err .. ,Wm A Boon Co, and beginning at a point 560 feet north
... '.0 T7-- -- "' 6._ 1 "-.. i "' "
1mBE1fNr ,
tt aotd "
1 : T*' c. ot stake Surveyor GeorgefetWTUrtpMf
placed by County
a D.
G8Itt.-.- _r _:.r.:... : L' ri ...svtraeibt'h1t', fully !"I MM tt MUi aid other cola for it'an& thus the debt In 1 r..jUAlW : nLrug'wesH"the I AliCnriEcr 1 ND .1'
N4ry State pay BtlLGER
om... *,:i, months since' the nainVof the brave abort theN was ... nilimitod darned If 6 Gruber West Palm Beach neat line of said Lot Three! ; thence port. ..

lfn Jff'Il' l-iarht $t its tltanut.n,. ,and gallant h'itzhugh"L'ee tae tour d for silver bollion! at about the French ... 100 feet; theses.,east- tq the shore of uke frana and specifications prepared ;
M4 its Worth; thence south'along the shore MX i Jobbing work grvea prompt attettioa .
into at
Ratty mmmbwra
of way public '
: aaw-mblj, print.' -.Ulay coining rate, and therefore, when It HOTELS: feet; thence west to the place of beginning, p.on Datara Street. ?

: fetal*** ; Jtuti v o!, gaprn.. t'ouwty Timeg.' went to England it was the came thing The Earmta House, West Palm Beach containing four. acres more or less; all three

Owtawl tvo mrtnbpr of' tl* u money Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach of the'.bove described tracts, contalnlu D B. POTTER
$ Some of 8d. D.
the 124
l..s tit "'1"8" papers affect not to From this drcomstaace arises another The Travelers, Jacksonville acres; more or less.HUTSON. ,

understand why their favorate ria.tlitI'8 of very great importance. Gold and B. 8AUVDEBS, :
,( k Tld : A namlur id! JUIIL,* silver tbna ..*- Special Master, PALM BEACH "..
tm for )governor ahoald be asked being tied together u it W. L ),f1T 'ALF
of ,
ftaprrm f o and) Complainant's Solicitor.
art, 1)0 tremtwof rs were the effect upon badness was Jnat JEWELERS
to define their Bo-n-99.3t
llasetWy, position upon the the aune u if the entire DIM bad been Idaer & Son, West FalnTSeach.LAUNDRY NJ"S.BURhHAK.M.D., : I
rnrrenry and other questions.. The all gold all f
a or direr and prices were ,.. 8UKGEO x. I
TM tees sa QRtUTLY OBLIGED toUw reason u obvious. The, people DO the same u If each coin had emulated NOTICE.In AND PHYSICIAN t

not desire to be routed or deceived. partly of one metal and partly of the : '" Eye and Ear Specialist -
oflkvw d
proper of the Town Cmwdl other. Equally ia the Wo'Xec. West Palm Beach Circuit
important farther
They want to know, and have Court Seventh Judicial Cir Office
they at
held I Kesldence-SaJtalre
H.wjaj eight for the fact Cvttajr _
oHi-rial that under inch dre
a I
'I. evil 01 Florida in sad for Dade $ .
a right to know what are the views County aa
furoi. a where both metala
report MT) a. of the promtlIflf l of country could be In Chancery. .
iiMpirants en the leading issues! of freely coined and LAWYERS:' 1A.THOMASON.D.D.B.
nrf were foil legal tender. .
that mating., Hnwetvr if -
' (the day. The Democratic people of it made no tunjUutial difference which W I Metcalf. West Palm Beach CHAKLM P. Menu, )' *, C '

rrfwrU current on the street be any Florida are in -favor of bimettalUm, predominated la the currency Whether Shaytor It Broome Jacksonville LOTTIE. vs., Vln Divorce. Office Comer Clematis.Ave and Olive Ie.. ;

t..Mr. g liti comet it i ill perfertijr) of the free and unlimited coinage of it wu nwatly gold or mostly Tcr or Alex St Clair-Abnlma,Jacksonville ME'rcAI.P.To : ) WEST PAUl BZ4CH.FLA. j

I r lalttlntl that the operator of tlifcaiietM ; silver at the ratio 'of 16 to 1. RDd coiuigtedof equal parts of each wu la '1' Lottie MetcnU, efeudant-Greetlng: It All kinds of modern .lenOstry snows to the I
appearing from the affidavit profession Gold
should w/lnUalittlf pnldidt.r They they want'do not no want guess a work candidate boat who i it. toe material ether, for the one wu u "good"'u MEAT'MARKETS: ant, Charles P.- lletealf. filed of In thi-complaln-the above specialty. Teeth extracted mows and witBMt bridse-work-...1.- a ,ilt I

Siren the affair! M jxxwlble, and .,. fit in favor of the gold standard.- fa A B OtwelL{ West Palm'Beach entitled cause,that yon are a non-resident tithe f toat-gen Office Hours 4 to u t. ..sad i to 4,. m. '. if
France for exaopla the State of Florida and that In his belief
doses "IDe'thelle.t Oain vide! Son proper Will Whidaca, M M ":
I lions of gold and silver wen eonatantly yon are a resident of the city Tonngstown -11'i

.. changing, but the bodaanof the oooa-' ... State of Ohio: that yon are over the age of L T. DA3IEL,
The traveling miD who gather try went right OB witboat-tae slights twenty-OM yean,and that there is noon ;
TK IETCI) or THE Jaektwnvil I nightly at the Windsor and MerrlttVHotfM jar Gold took the place of tiller aDd I Lndden MUSIC HOUSE: la the State of Florida upon whom legal OEKTI8T,. ':1
JfrtropoliH the Chicago PlluformfeI4.Ibt ailver fit Batcs'S M H, Jacksonville service can be made in your behalf; It is 1' ,
never fail to discuss took the place of gold bat at all
the therefore COCOA IMDI'IUVJta. :
) .
organization ordered that do J'LOlUU..1.aa
yon to the I
-"- 1)) bet conciiirYtd effuse timea the country had jut IU stare appear _
a of S. ---
: of the Travelers') AntiTrust i- out 01 complaint, niea in said cause on or I
the worJd'.1DODel So with the United before be
; baritnoundNfannrto League, and from present In'- States 'NOTARIES PUBLIC: B.
The law of the Creator I WALLACE HOSES
> tb. nluerranl mention* of th* ,1ieLtionlthe }Florida branch will wu being obeyed Sometimes great gold aad W R Moses; West Palm Beach :6th Day of November, A. D. 1899. i

hate Pew to hear the litti Met. i inHadonbfe prove a most successful one! The sometimes ailver wu moat plentiful ia Gay I Metcalf West Palm Beach It is further ordered that thta order'bepublished REAL Successor to' 'A. W. Robert, y' ,'I

: entuntnannoutieitwnt of majority of drummers the currency Bat oar people bad foil -'="'- once a week for four, succawlreweeks ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
eourmlon are opposed sad free access to both and NURSERY prior to said 6th day of November, Agent for West Palm Beach Town Iota, also
fling out at tblas lute necessarily STOCK .
dlt. : West. Palm Beach
tu Water
expansion, and not ne can be bad their 1899 la THE TROPICAL SCK, newspaper Works. :
tile banner of dirtribotive part fit..aU that John B Beach West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER NOTARY PUBLIC 't'j
avlf-uiiuouDv ,
leadIllhlp published In Dade .
r [Toiin-1 County Florida. Clematis
will ,
wio admit that be lain existed. Jut u now it makes DO difference near OItft "".
"b* Iky an and Chicago Platlurm favor of tQMta. The traveling men_ to aa iadividoal whether then taft a II' Ordered thin 3d day of October. F. QUIMBT A.D. 1899.A. 5-31-07 west,fala Beao: florida.FEAKZLTJT .

arntlment In Florida. It Lt all t) may he closecompetitionin certain -bfa pockstbook IN aDlNIDbacb.aD : Clerk of Ute Clrenlt Court ol Dade Cout,.

: oo aodJ Q it quite shine M. respevts, but they are loyal to each Steaau t cotea all aatio&al ban. k J B O'Donoghne, West Palm Beach Florida. SEBKT.& OWX O. R'I'UL.

: .ee other and they contend that a con notes or ooooiat of cos-third .. W.L MrrcAir Solicitor for,Complainant. QUEEN BUTLER "' :,

tinuation of the trusts will in tan satse. SURVEYORS AND CIVIL IIQI.E' ''

No Tart on you TIMELT 'wonrrrrr ... veara reduce the traveling men to ?Lerre6 .. fkalrgsly Rt'ette 'PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: OF CONTEST. Office a& Will P\Ia Bead ..

wet' spoken than titce, fromGainravilltf ass than hilt the present number, The rnottBMcropnlooj mpporten of R B Potter. West Palm Beach NOTICE Land legally .ab-divid and mp far

qI End they intend therefore; to make the admlnlrtratlon among tie Repab-:, HCHood _" '" DEPAITMEMT tau nlghed.and Seieeanff and graatBt;lal s, lofa. '
Sun ) estimating timber ,
: "That 'theof ) the tight of their life during the next dean'preen are forced to eoafma that N S Bunabam .. tAWB. OFFICE' AT GAWESVIILE' FLA.,V tEl and correct work caara a.specialty..te &! :Ayes.fu. ]

tqll"III.tlOQ tare is diituamledb1 Political campaign. Jacksonville the executive order of exempting September 13-'11199) mnnlcattons by mail receive prnvvc attc*.
aome ,a, A sufficient contest affidavit baring been filed Lion' UaMand Blue Matt si lu .. ......
fntcniitit Sletmpldiatllon.
Iba ( .
brat of the |*uj>1<> of 4.000 or,8.000 ,places from the operation ID thU,office by Bristow Williams contestant e .. WEST PALM BSUrn H.A., ti.",,0a
or tMcivii against H law 15,777
service PINEAPPLE September '
gHrntirl'nrn' PLANTS
tau u no qUI'HU"u. linnrkeCochran sotoo. : 238 Js. for Z.U of S.W.K Sec. 34. Tp 40 S. "
far It.
ia understood
Thee poor people ere bOW hcttrin too compliments of coarse that G C Matthias, West Palm Beach and N. K ol N. W. F Scc J. Tp. William Jennings Bryan liS follows: President McKinley ia pall1r"err E, by Leemau A. Bard, contester, in which it GEORGE ,
n-ifib of the imrden. U alleged that said Bard r
Tit has
poor, with card ia hit wholly abandoned :
I know Bryan well. I served with for. renontinatioa and said tract and changed bis residence therefrom Deputl8uprem.
Tarr weption*, ore willing to pujr him for four a second term. The destruction of the I" RETAIL GROCERS: for more than sis months since making said Commander
years on the Ways and entry and next prior to the date of said KNIGHTS OF
tb.ir ]ant proportion of tazde, hut Means merit system and the surrender the L W Bnrkhardt, West Palm Beach nit said parties are hereby notified to appear affidar, THE MCCABEES j
fumy of flu,"" '.ho ar rich Of the. House aDd civil service into the hands of the' F Oliver, West Palm Beach respond and offer evidence touching said alle For the Stats of Florid j
dodge we met almost day in apoilamea ia ia hi J D Mavhis, West Palm Beach gation at 10 o'clock a. m. on October 24. t894,
hl&llObalC;hili t,, every what opinion.- trump before Guy I. Metcalf. a Notary: Public at West Wm InsUtnte Tent. any where lathe i
might be called the intimacy of card lie baa played it Now let oa see Glen G. Strohm. West Palm Beach Palm Beach, Fla., and that final hearing will For information address B&ate. s
S.. po [ If it takes be held at 10 o'clock .. m un November 14, JB99. J T J
thrtrktBeaton _
litical association. !Bryan Post .: -- brfore the Register and Receiver the United UEOBGE 8.ADAilX,
THAT ; personally States land Office in Gainesville, Fla. A-l-99, West Palm Beach .,J
IUPEBUUXU IH CHBTLY will is of the SHOE REPAIRING The said Florida
I : contestant ,
purest men ever having in a proper affida
;k hn shown by the ttnateu! which will met in politics or put. His devotionto 'IT,..., .' "e TU PUIe Tnut.fa .. W R Mitchell. West Palm Beach vit show filed that August after due 16, i899 diligence, set forth facts which

becnbmittit] to CoDprew forappropriationii -. public welfare, as he understands of the no single better instance ia the tyranny of this notice can not be made personal it is hereby service ordered CITY BARBER SUOP .;;. 'j
tnuts. ezeoplinad than ia ---'1--- and directed that such notice be given by
netwuirjr for army and ] it, is more like the love of a woman the case of the tin plate combine. Tinplate due and proper publication.W. 'j.j

nary for the flaeal ,year begiiming for her child or her husband than it sold u low u $9.60 box before STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY; HENRY S. CHUBS. G.Receiver.ROBINSON, Register.9-21 \ Banyan Street. .. .j:

:_ July! let, 1900 Enough known iii-the expression of politician's. the consolidation of the miUa This Merrill-Stevens, Engineering Co, ,

VV V to make It certain that the mind. I do not l Relieve that after permitted the nancfactoren to make a -- S.. Jacksonville r "9 tr MILO COOPER, .r...> j
nggl'l'IIIt.lmount of -
ninny years active participation fair proat'upon' their product 'After

that will he 8akt'J for in pnliticK and three yearr of leader. the combine wu effected theprice,of TAILORING: Job Printing L METCALF )

the support of the army and nav.., t hip .hiR moral) nature hat boeorae tiq plate wu raised ,to 14 a box Perhaps Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm Beach GUY 4

the coming wanton of Cont'PSII'I'm: colored 1 by even the shadow of a'selfixh .. the excessive advance ia the price NOTARY PUBLICFor

motive. or I ha tin order to he of tin plate ia necessary to -.-- ...- Executed in the Best Styles of the the State .
and 1 the Florida
'pmbHhly rz1T'1'+f, $2)0() ,. plt-'bl PrrielPittomarrowhewould '' pay Art ,and at Reasonable Prices of at large. .
:, (lfNaltmAthkhwill: 1M' promised dividend oa the'pretmed at Deeds Mortgages,'La etI and Contracts .'
t nltdtut #2t1: dv' UI d'nt 'ntl'l ppnrizN with his belief or and common stock of the over TRANSPORTATION LINES: Drafted.

pr'-". tytl-pet eai'itu.,' ., I ,:, ,Jt"-th.. ejcprws'ion of it." lied 'company>which mooopoliiea capital-the Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville' The Sun All Work Guaranteed Spetfalt)'. "j

Y ; ," '.+.s ,. iadwtty.-av l4od Pain DesJer P B C Ry, Jacksonville Office. Office Beach Dada Legally Correct.. ;1,
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tnnii\J I .. ... ; xE$ ry M'told on the spot: "Tbe sigfet of aPOiptno PURHITURE.: ... :;1. '"-1 JJ"f'1'", N EWt: ROP SEEDS For Fall and WInter -; =

IfRPoOdtNG stacdard withta 800 yards of : ...Sowing... .
U the Tennessee outpost near Jaro grated Household hewlng'IacnIHea, ( --

DUDS: OF AMERICAN BOV3 IN on the sergeants sense of propriety The .Best )MacblM'Hade, Light Xgsnljg and.. :. Finest stocks of Cethage, Cfnlifkmcr,- Celery and Lettuce, Blsck
v THE PHtUPPINES.,9rlvttte and be determined' to capture: the .Nobnteav_ : i f ': J i M.1 .. Golden' and,Valentine Wex Btans; Georgia and Florida Rye ; Tease -
launting emblem. $6 he slipped be> 4 tdT 'd'. 4 ,and Florida Rust Pr fX>at.'l. tF"Write for price list.

R.laaa'a Pilo r. S.vtM tween river Into the the outposts enemy's and country.crossed h the Sole Ajpattor trcjses f aa the
t .$4jNat 011r Oft. Besv "Incmllble as It appears the sergeant .. . t.apirte IIueOf.I k .a ,
rue CMtr-Ls> rt.ft's GtllsatIe.ata traversed unharmed a largo -
sea .... .. 'Tract Ed. Ft3.NITUEof ; .\ ie
tract of open riceflelJa within-full view t )
all dellUlpdoDa at Bock Bottom Priced bot .'.
.iCsnrrtcM. "', fey A-urtca* toss AsaftCtaUOB. of the armed natives When he arrived .
Waole-atea-dBctail. Baby Carriage from |6 '
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) within grasping distance of the '
to 20. Go ,
ELEIGBAPBIOrrpottaof I 'P f CartsIWrlgeratursfeeChesu, ; co
: flag be made a' reach for It. flmply
,- warlike stupefying for the time the Filipinos 4 .

deeds in the who 'were panic stricken over his sodden We have a eosalgBmeBt of Oak.Diners and !

v faroff '_Philippines appearance. He uprooted the flagStaff Reed Rockers that will'to told very low. Whasdle .'>

make themast and. shouldering It, started back the Fuiinu Cleveland and Rambler

'of some to his post the target all the way of BICYCLES. 11\. '.
few Instances of Mauler bullets, which the natives sent First-Class

joldlerly daring. after him as parting salutes. Unscathed Especial attention gives to our Mill ()rdflo ., ,.. ,, ..
We Gsrantee Sutbfaetlon both In and .i. i, .
But these dispatches goods .
he waded the river and only the t .
i merely worse for exposure to the burning sun. 'rices._ Call oau,'or send in your order* to '-"Jt". '11\ 2\\mr i\'J :: ::: -

skim the surtaeeof arrived with his trophy, which now IS sad 17 Laura St.,JACKSONVILLE, rUf'" t 'ONL 18.00 : :
things romantic adorns the First Tennessee barracks." I JOB WORK :
4-21 cyfjO ) : : '
and Interest D. E., COOPER'MTg.Co.. ; { \ ... ., ,. .
ing. Every company T..b ,. .
The Dakotan before mentioned who ._ <
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m contact .
won his commission under 1\re.1I John > :" ; j. .
,' with the wily C. Holman of Company C, First South 4, :. ... '\:,*}n, w't"\l .Q' ,' :trjC i :! ;.
;: At THE SUN Office.
and_ __ erne" Fill- Dakota. :The gallant deed was one of : t" _
S < i. is tsMw. .
... 'f' 'pwo has IIIbero the incidents of the advance on Ma- .
acrd encounter, whether bat- 3p t -
etery rilao. March 26. The Dakotans found l .' T:1' I> > .:r
4 tie skirmish Of scout; I brings to the the natives intrenched along the river ". 'S.Ijft .. :. .
root some brave man. From the ranks beyond the railroad. The river was '; .; ,. hrtis'ixD 1; .$78j: !1j> -, I

'. to Ueatenancy. at a storfe bound is formidable to wade and the enemy Recognizing the demand in WesttPahifBeach ": : ,?.-,:; ..' ,
!11* the story of a saBant'Dakota boygiTea poured a steady fire upon the American .... -
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* below. dome wm prises others aim-. line' The colonel thought It unsafe forE1's ,, v "{I" .1

..! nAj dor Jtr'duty',and display that to cross the bridge with troops .
which to the badge_ of the true especially as the Filipinos tad set it '
oldler.. on fire at the farther end. While the' Goodies at Reasonable Rtas'1.; : A ; 0 : St"" n '"" rt h': C '" \
A Dakotan- of marrdooi' nerve IsPrirate officers were discussing whether to try "' cean OIJ..U.D.1J..LJI ompan J

Smith of,Company E,''- Pint I, to save the structure or let It burn Courteous Treatment l ',?( All Patrons Si' : e! t .
Booth Dakota Tolonteers. Smith was 1 ':' "
Holman "I'll and
I cried go over put "SAVANNAH LINE. !
barked tor a'Victim"of aaaaastnation out the fire!" at the name time dashIng & "_ '.-
by the Filipinos while patrolling the across the long bridge. The Arctic IceWorksF -..,. ., -- .I' ,'I:,- ; 1!
most dABgerona beat ,on ,the line. Comrades looked on and even some ; Florida ..t/ t ;

Shortly after sunset two natives snit! of the officers -, :
cried "Come back but M : '
o' ): : }'I-41o'un!
toward Urn la single Ale., When chal-' he, got across safely and put out the. .* i MIAMI FLORidA :--T New 'York + And Boston! -'* !
,kaged,,they answered promptly with lames before they bad made great; V i | : < ; '. i ;

the usual friendly words "Buenos leadway. Then. Instead of retreating.. ,.,. ", -, : .:. : -i' .:; S A- Short Bail Bide to Savannah, Thence tI
Boehes, a=!Io." meaning "Good even be coolly turned on'the Filipinos who I -
Have made to carry.a.full 5." .
tag friend." As the Filipinos passed were but a few yards away and opened arrangements ; :. ... -,. .- A Short Sea Voyages I :

; en Smith,resumed his walk 'but when fire with his repeating'rifle. Inspired .. supply of Ice which, will b'e delivered''to'" : Sailing from Savannah: **.. it
I turning away be glanced sidelong at by Holman's example the regiment )' --.z I
tile strangers, a circumstance which made a Son Juan rush* for It. all parts of town promptly,: and regul -.. r 6 Ships Each Week 6u1T' \::: !

fired kk life. The second Filipino in crossed the bridge and put the Insn- ly. We will endeavor to merit jyounA i e,'"., ;
fee file bad draws, bis machete and to routGeneral
was actftally. springing forward to cut gents patronage. :, ': ; Ali[ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailtag schedules. Write forges 'i .
I .. : .. information schedules ; 1' .
sailing call
flown the amiable entry. Lawton," who Is himself- a. .' stateroom resemtiOD\ OB

Smith dodged the blow so as to sate prince among scouts, took In band the j .! -. E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS Fla Pas Agt. J

bis akuO. but the keeD.bIa4e'pahed matter of scouting as soon as be got H.H" .COOKr'Locai-Mgr.: : $vannah, Ca. Jacksonville Fla. 6-10-98 % '

Bis cheek from temple to chin. Whirlteg the bearings of the lines around Ma. *. 0' S* v.. J t .. >r.*:_j..' h
cpon hit enemies, the nervy fellow nila. One day he saw a citizen coolly <
shot one throofa the heart before be exposing himself out on the firing ..vhrlji (1 t+Hid i <'I 1i Do t-Want aWe

Bad gone three lengths. The reaction line and on inquiry found that the ,, "':'. ':' : :.J iI'>, I :: AMBOATC?

from this effort.1 weak u he waa from reckless fellow was an old plainsman ': .. .e'i. .... c. .' Y.1. Sell,sad If we bare 8TE'

pain and ft*"tots of blood, 'causedSmith b7 the' name of Young. When Young -. t. *:.. .$.1.--: -. .. ; -. -. none lsstwars on lunil TOO town want.u. .,we can. build

to drop to his But to explained his presence in the Philippines : A .. -j ..
was not a dead American yet Reload' by saying "Just thought I'd t 't' We also
< f W are PreparedTo :
: tag biz rifle, he took careful aim and come and help the boys out a little" t rt tfL.L-t1M' : ,r3jiiAflbi, ;\ ; Furnish' '-' -J

brought down the other fleeing native Lawton knew his man and made him :. ,

yot oa the edge of a bamboo thicket. chief of scouts. The.members of the j. 1'. ', '. ',> J-i" : rsnA' r '

When Smith lay la the hospital. General and were selected from the North Established 1875W'ii' :.., -' .. ,,;.... 4 < Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

Otis caned personally to praise Dakota regiment This is Lawton's ,,, _' .. .. .'. ,
him for his bravery. own story of the first noted exploitof D/MLB I'll ., '. .
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h LA Young and his lieutenant Harrington l Iam n. LJwwl'w* OCfJtt! ; ;. ;.frf.Write or call on us for Anything in -

'I'bIW ebt'at Karlq-lna found its : .-r : : Line that you need. .
Btro la the person of an aide camp Durtng the campaign" said the

a was With Ueotenait soldier blood John m Us C. Gregg veins 'scion This general "these ,men did gallant, serv- Grain, Garden Seeds 13nd Ferzers' ::1e' ll,1-Steyens Engineering Co.NR

tI the reansylraala family which ,has No. 6 EAST BAY STREET ,.::.>-: 7ACNtiZVLZFLL: ., ;- ft l \' ..' ,- '
fighting record Young Gregg went ( .- V... ;*. .fft mr.' .. .' '. ... ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville I
lata battle with his chief General l x .ff' f : :' ". '. .
$ak. Ills bores was shot under him, We handle only the Beat and most Keliablo Seed*. A eompletPBtoek. of. .1,41,18 Plirr', Marine Railways '
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and u be bent down to unloosen the ..!
Corn Oats Flour Bran WHeatTGrits
addle a soldier warned him to be on Hay, ., -

his guard, for the shot which bad hit Its Meal Cotton Seed Meal;, Dark.
... horse came from a sharpshooter In t Bosth'Brightand 'P

r r a tree near by. Instead of takjng to o -AT WHOLESALE- Florida East Coast Ry.
.. cover U most of the men were do- i ; .
'' tag. the lieutenant stopped forward, 'State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fektilizer Co.. t,
tweet with glasses la hand Coolly un-' Star Braud Ferttlirero-Guerenleed inilym. Onngt ire. !sad .Vcjcftanlr Frnilit-r. Pine
caalng the glasses be surveyed the A .ground Bone, Nitrate 8oda Hariate of Paa.b4nphate Potiisn Kft .!. 1-etc." TnmFe BOUND (Bead Down NORTH BOUND (Read v,).
.tilUera haw no Supeiiot ta the Market And a MM wflt eouTtnee.-
Aaagcfoot tree A puff of smoke aSigh SendforCsttlnsae.llueV io.e K .
A quick grip of.the hand to the f -. .. f o 38 No Si STATIONS. plyth

ebrst. and aa American hero fell dead ., eaD y r
1. ., .. J..A .8 $ 4C5p1T5Jo815pJ03u' Leave...,... ........... ...Jackaon villa...... .................Arriv* T 'fi40s
blued toll of the $5I
oa the bought Philippine rt. Arrive.. ................... hi.Aagusrln ........:..............Leave
-. ; 1y" 'd 2upW3&a' Luave.tSTpllU .:.....................St.Aagustina.......................Arrive eiipp /
It la natural to discriminate in, fa- : Hastmsrs Lea 04*
/ The 11T Arrive Hala-k. Leave 71iip
SUn ?
TOT of the valor which U displayed tor --. ----- phis. ere .... n_ .... Fa'ulk ....... ...... .. .. Arrive 4 ituIttm
t' the resvtt of a ,comrade. A deed of Arrive han Mateo .7 ve ......
t tt nibs kind which would have won the -- t # I. 1 TWa eats '. an biateo.... .Arrive j ,

'. Victoria eI'OIoIIlA.tht British army was -.... ,.' 0 lisp ?*.. ..:...... East PulalkaOrmond ,.-....................Lea, T4se
performed by Corporal Reno Fourth ==- -YOUR "ififtu u .......................... ........................... $47p t l3a
,-. ....... .......... Daytona. ............. 1 t Ala
t cavalry, la one of the early skirmishes :: t .. lisp .;... ...... .. ...i ...PortOr.age..r..... .. .. /As
.f with the Insurgents. In an ambush'r" I I J. .a Bap ,..- New OkkHiU Bmvroo, .. ...................., "" .8IL

3 fight ODe of the troopers named Da- s i oa .... ..................TitusYilla.......... ............. ; 4piiwp fa ,
limy was wounded and left behind. pOP mi on TB*uavr. J 0 bP.r hting. a 30p ........................Cllr Point ....................... 1 .., .
Ice. They would leave camp with only ... Is .Coooa. ...................... 'r Ira ...N .
: The party' rushed for shelter, and then rifles, canteens and ammunition and 841p412p ........................!Borklede* ............. .......... a .. ... ..
I -, ..... .., ............ Eon Gails ......................... ...N
it discovered --
that Davlcki could -' ti. j. ..
was sometimes ........................ ......
be gone four days. On the ; ..:::: 4 2 ..........r........,. Melbourne. .. UStptl -I
tot move. Reno dashed back under to San Ysldro the '. :; ...... 4 Rp .........................Boseland.-...................... nall ....
fire way enemy had n ; "\ t I ...... (Dip ._ Sebastian .... ... ...... Jal NI
dismounted and placed his wounded approach'andfired -V V .. ........_' ...... ..
crossed the river on our 552p ..... ..... St. Lncie. .... 6aa
mate la the saddle. Holding on by -- tSp ....................... Fort Pierce .................. ... 10 ....N "
tt* stirrup, oe galloped the' a the bridge. Then Young's scouts "" 'fl"I \ TlJ" C41], .. ......... .......... ....Eden.... ............... ........ .. 10 Ka .
pony showed their metal The brave fellows i ,1 l1J ': 54''p .... ....... .:.... ....... Jensen....... ............. ... Ulteaim anos
tunes of SCO yards across the deep waded In the river on each side The Florida Central 5epDTK .. :. :.... ...".. .....,,..... Stuart ............... ...... .. s KSIISaD 4
> : strum to the shelter where his companions Daily 12ep .. ...,....... ....... Hobe tiound........ ......... ." iiy07s
of the bridge and. using their campaign t. Tn t 9, .. .......................WesJuterr........,,,, lg i
I .e: stood breathless: this exJbUkn hats to dip,up water put out the 819 pIJMal ,............. ......Went Palm Beach........... .....,,, ..
of heroism. Reno was a raw ': 82p ..... ............ .......Boynton......... .............. OSta 101si filet6 -
fire, while Young and Harrington", 848] ............ .......... Delr y... ...,...... _
tenth but there la something in a armed with big revolvers only stoodon : and Peninsular R R. 4 ._ 987i614alOap '. ................._fort Landerdato.....?..!........... .. 167atOQ t
lame for General Jesse Reno was one ., .... ......... Lemon sty,.......... ............ $5 $5pa45.10spIkrIve
f.,. II the most gallant fighters of 18612.ine their the"men.bridge Whenever In plain a sight Filipino covering raised .. : .... .... ," BETWEEN; ....NEW.........SMYRNA.............Miami AND_ORANGE........,.....CITY........JUMCT1ON.STATIONS. .. 8 1

< : his head above the trenches a re. \. ', ..- .. u. |lo. a,ii e.

navy m the muppines has hadlltttls rower bullet ended his career. .' --off1RS. ,}:(f o i No. f _....... ..........New Smyrna.. ............ ..At I 1 ::=r-}, i i8loph121sI"
chance to win< glory'"since+' the Finally Young fell shot through the I : ..-.........;..............L.heHelm................u..y... ....... .LUi.. 4Np
? ................._.. ltl. 4.06pll14iia'Ar. / I
... ............ City
Spanish Feet was destroyed, but the toe .: Harrington ran to the wounded ,3" t .( ..'....'.:.": .. .. ....OsngecttyJanctioe...........,-,..._....- Uassl 'U, .
I plight of the Spanish garrison at Ba' leader and with a pistol in each band Unexcelled Service in Directions! between trains tet.ecn New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except fAll Buaday.

let by the Tor-town developed a hero stood over the fallen man shooting the .y : IJKTWJ-hN inU>VI1.LIID "ANPliRI' >.
f fo.11'
to Easlfa StandleyT When the ship Filipinos ,who 'tried to pick him off. Florida and the othei;portions of, theUnited .. STATIONS '

reached the port. It was. found that the He held his position until the soldiers Lv......... ......................_Titusvill... ........
taprlsoaed garrison was far back from carried Young away to the hospital StatesCanada Mexico. i ii: .........n.. ...........................Mima....................::.::..............Lv 11 P t
t &a shore and out of sight Ensign Then our men crossed the river and S: ......................................00iieeD.--. ............... "" 1187-..
.28s1 1" ............................,...J terprtis ...... ii
Bts&dky and Quartermaster Lysaght drove out the natives. : : r : : j =- '. ', fA": TJ; ;] ............................ .Enterpriae Jsnoioa.............................. a.. .... 3
t Tot atetre4 to land and reconnoiters "A few days later Harrington took .d "I.;.' It3. Hrl' a AI'-............................ VanonL..... ............................... 11 0be .

= toward ,the town Clambering up ,a his men to the front and after a hard "Jacksonville All trainibetoeenTitPsville and Sanford Daily except 8o J ay ,'
trains the round 1 and New
Two daily etween York.
Steep mountain aide the scouts camek march stopped for supper at 5 o' Ioct. year : KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

to a tree tall enough to give a view of Be sat down" leaning against a-bank To this is added a Superb Vtstlbnl Train during- .-, -,
": Baler and its surroundings. Standley of earth to await the mess call He sUamara of the Florida EM'Coast SteamsUpOompany an appoiaUd U aatt as IuU wS

directed Lysaght to stay on the ground :did not respond when the call came the Tourist Season.. '. .:11 I lit! K. J: STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. .

I' end at the first. sign of danger to run !and .his men found him leaning back ,.c, J l .. ,. ." Y '. .
for tM shore. He himself climbed the his head resting on his breast with ,. :. .' ,
,: : ,s.. < Leave Miami Sundays and Wednesdays; Arrive Key Wilt Mondays and Tftar
_ tree relying upon Its thick branches his rifle hugged to his stde'a.eorpae. days. Leave Key West Mondays and Thursdays; Arrive Uavaaa Tuesdays a&4Fridays.
!! far a screea Lysaght said he would Next morning I sent this personal ." .
West. : ,
Bever have deserted his officer bet he message,to Young at the Manila hospital flA''LY TRAINS For i cwiorlana and'Southwestern poiuts..: .'. NORTHBOUND. i

f was DOt brought to a test Btandlcytfayed 'Harrington died at S o'clock <, West sad Fridays. .
Lean H vani" Tuesdays and Friday: Arms Key Tuesdays
I t to the tree untfl he tad sketch, last night' __. Leave Key Weal Tuesdays ". ,. and Saturday,
I III the,whole position the fortress anJ "Four hours later I received from Through Pullman Sleeping Cart on-all Through'Route -u I Departnrrs from Miami will be made aooa aaxpuadWeifteerr arrival of tntla U

road aod this led to the releue of 22 the chief surgeon of the hospital the on sailing days.
: I' ban Spa&Uh boll who bad belo their return dispatch 'Young died at 5 M' 11 tJT: / fJrl: :. '. <\t' \YOV,,<< depart TheTims from the Table.several mow ctatioiu the time and at port which, bat trains their and arrival boats may or be dean expect itoariiva4 at \be bean
t !tile tort against the Insurgents forBore o'clock last nlghi.' stated U aot naranteed.nor does the Company hold i-wlf ** delay or a-/ e

! ; 1' cue s year., The fearless &eout' had closed their "' "1 J" .....*'... ... A brae el stories of beroUm would last .campaign at the same hour. I j J'O full information, apply to any ogeqt'of. the F. C.:&'port..'g2 wP.EECKWlTHTrffloMDa.flr.: J. D. KAHSia.X 0.f.. A.

to Incomplete without a flag capture, # GEO&OX L. Knriia.Peaalata. .. 0. or Its ronncctl. +tnay.j JJ"'-: t ; ,1, ,,3F. l' 8'- ADn.tln.SUBSCRIBE .. "

...... The army paper America.pgbtUhfd I ,
t!' at Manna says that one of .1._ .. 8uMa4b ': 'I ; ,
the ptaefckst deeds la the campaign If a man were u bold and brave U C. WRIGHT, D. P. A. A-_ 0. McDOSELC; L. i'SI1IPiIAN, _

: VM that performed by Sergeant Clemft his wife thinks he le. be would M shot aoj'W. Bay Street. '', GraM Passenger Agent. Ass't Gen.'Pss'r Agt FOR THE SUI $;(

t (X Joan of the TUrd battalion. for desperado the first time be left JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

; ".Mss' Ttiaateen. TWs to theY sto-! Us doorstep.-New York Press. .

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THE OCTOBER' BRIDES. hints OBtbe.f&shions.of, thee.txErt ti 1$'frepared to Sitppff .
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winter which will;assist liithee. ? ; $ Your StationerySuit

ok' .M.. n...... Dottle*, .Elbew preparation are given at cf follows,"eometbinglt,'b/a writer, Owpc tn the They TW > Sv ,.. JOU with" ... t

,*S.***fW**. M4 IU io.*r4<.Mir Set t1iPatorttoH TnULe: tone New-York privilege Herald-to.when haaVrevealed, : ao/ojl'too**of l V v T..I' Company; You. ?i... : Gwd :Ms' aiIfreshPorfc t.lliII Pry.. '

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VM "'HIt.c ret Jewels.Ybb : .
the splendors and Inrorlea. ot1: M11fei
: aetnnm crop of bride.elect has modes as,brought over by a returned 'surri .-1iiJ1" O -

fcvadf. brgnn to get lu fine plumage foreign-buyer for a swell shop:. .' .... Nest to hia.wearing. apparel there is nothing- ., ; 'Beef". .
ta offer, tad for *a early fell wedding 1 1t This year's stylus fulfill a twofold ., Poultry _'
: 4 the mart chic end dressY mission., They make the stoat worn:; Cleaning, Pf aH1 i PtijgS .
lovely wedding # ,...... a really neat man- is 'go.particular about as. .- '
-; compiled wholly of white kilk musMa. look thinner' and the slender woman : ; -* '. t Eggs. t
trorra or troldered! over with tiny becomes a dream of lovetlnesa and \ the quality and Appearance.of his Stationery. i /"

A datil OP tnlnnta lily of-- the.rifle. hlruu_ shapeliness' when she dona a princess mM\ )l .. '. .. Native Meats a stray -
effect gown...a Russian pelisse:and a : Andtn.very truth, it i doe* proclaim. ; his business --
IL It II i aoUcfable that the costumes defer I dlrccudre. hat. 'Every skirt Is tight lit.tllllabouLthe ... was-kpi\\.i Fl1j ; :, } Your Patronage SolidUd
,' I I'r.\ 'to as a neat fitting: aadyliab suit of I'
....:. this. Important function hips'and very jzuKt1JC 'i \
-t ,-. ..' ed around the bottom,. Bieevea\are' : ,,.1 I clothe the mini r Market oii Itanjraui Street,. t
proclaims ; .
small collars are high.'IOme buq_ Clematis Avenue .=... 11-12 WKST P. LM -BEACH. .. -j
,are shown, and fringe Is the acme of. t ..
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F. r t novelty.The favorite model.in.skirts will bea Sufpfy Store Itwllla tl J is. + / & H.DIMICKt : F
L seamless circular shape! .-Stony like it --:: a .. .. .. -' West! Pfop1dO? ,
furnkfeed-yottfcy; -- ; 4
glove over the hips.and back and flaring -wit Palm 'Florida } ;,.f i
:: leech.
at the bottom to tbe width of from \ i, Palm,
} t1y to yards. This flare Is very peivceptlbte' JL D. turns A9prritOl' i. i '! :> ; ,

# oa-the skirt Is held.up. with I th4-lIUU, "'lIJu.smutty tai the right kind of a house/ present, a>nice ;appearance :.J. BeachMmmiqt-.-' .-- -- : I f
band holding bottom and one
one )1" .. '
l1t the belt. The front breadth which .My KtttW-grckKate sad ProafaIIY and make aj; good: impression: which e
used to be cut perfectly straight to order : daU niu
Ea .
ery Goods would not be the caaMLyoa used shoddy
to Insure a "good hanging skirt AL
la perceptibly flared to the skirts,' f ...Star<<' .
now G mftrJa t : '-* paper "1af..ru poorly printed.
made the gored
which are on pattern

=t which will also be very much worn. ....My Specialty. Now while speaking; of. houses that" are and;Royal, ? ( ;
c t Of course tb8eainteea .ktrt U .... Goods delivered free to any part

: able only. for very slim* figures, as it partcftbeCityoracraMtheUke. i :.- .'t:."1i,ghW''....!' we.mest' not fail' to'mentibn" ,. .'Y, -
outlines .ahapevtoo plaletytaber u
: <910rt11'1 Preajt IrUatitE : .pa.
worn.by aitoat.women. The perteet-" > ;.i,,, '. _
fit and cut of ,thla, skirt to make It Goo*Pined; .and] MjL4} { ; .

hang nesa. preperll.wtU It coUld'DOt Insure be copied Its exclusive-to cheap, y oi prices I ae: and.paw_I wfll"far.sin. yop.we.prodaceTa ..-,". i.i.wx t'b. ;: T' Drugs Toil,", kink;
; ,
ready made skirts. and have any kind v- 1, J _. .t .., .
Z.1 t : 1 r'd. . '
Fine Stat
OHM M CSUS WITH CHIFFOH FBIUS.4ttteUtsr of style to-'It: ClHM'y' aM:
:,4: t Imported or made by dome* The shaped .Spanish flounca-la also us whek rianos'Are
I' '" He latest in an extensive M to" trafc very much< n''evldence'andf will be Ti pcal ;

tad la a number of awee'show elbow more popular cloths than'the seamless ianos With a Name,, Oruggist.Suntlri ;
. siesta and ratte open throate 'bod- cut-as It Is suited to'almost! an J]I PitI>o. That Have A Reputitlo;. I
fll11ftTM upper. Dart will still fit _and to VIejat, arethp' ', ., ... Preaerlntionar'aretuU Coal node
titer '. J PoEast
*r. Brae de4 satin, one typkIT'ot wed' closely, but the flounce, allowing of soB I kt d-ib;.4ave:;frtood tae test; r- Coast Business; SolWUd. I

fltaf s eoOur. Is eatirdy. superseded i time an h'avesatUfied the most! < 1- : .'J/;:' ). S U.n: WEST PALM HKAJH

-T Ivy plaiD docheH satin .and, byIrorj '.to tioalIpiiilolibila'ovtirytiij{ l : ;;. t '.-.".---" 1 fS.1C\.Oft. ts
white d. chine and now,
crepe ; .
Th ArwNRt t. r. ,', .
II ever. lace seems the moat Important ,
..,...... Tb prettiest and most pop } ol style pianos that have been .:, mtcl .eajoYIJ a well-merited reputation for Geo. Hacker.& Son
r Btar modern lace b Uola Qumzc, rutted for yean and then offer. 1 ?. '

trbfett to more table than MoDISbut edjas Mgrsat basins," nor arej : : 1.to !fuwTghto, high-grade .orkT\ E:SUN baa
QBcti of Ha falrrUke frngtlIt ,
t'..uettts, atm.II .. .m they "uboap 1.0 ieiV1'at l'crttrat'liar price eI aRos" ; ,' ,t j 'th8 best equipped Job Office. along the East

la art IntI r% thug and commendable I
.*..., tn burial, fatUooa that the Ey ry Piano Is New,' Coast and is better prepared. now' than' ever-

Strict Male f>f the boorcaa;: be quite ? arsjd is made in theE
every part
% r'S i' before to meet all the: requirement the
'b ..e ted with,la the dmlcnlns of a Mathuihek Factory,

g ...-rta,. .... and tbe object of every w 1 ich is guarantee thatit will 'trade in that line -
toy &W'hclr drv m ter.ta.wor1rWI % t ,-'; -
la lifetime.
soc srtteaie of cot and drapery .. .

1 bleat will bit hlgUy becoming DO mat. ''I.ip Why Take Chances High-grade Work .. r )

set what the preralting regulations 0 ahei! p1l.1u\urb.ta..LU.-Old: : '. '. ._ _'"__ : ,., 'J-"
nay U. Fw tbU reaaoo. save tn a ,aojd Sellable Mathuihek eta bebought SUN does tKANVPAC'I'U&UU
lithe kind THE
eettfi ;
terft (envrai way, It U futlW to bydewa : and : .' 0? .
a cot and dried ruJ.t'tOf a,wed a\.price. terns ty,
: tume. It be a scant skirtad. suit you?:'There are more'thanl&OOO Doors
ding a* may ... Sash
Ft' at ." ,
abort .a1att'tJ tvlapw Into the mode '; MathnsbskPia&: a. ': i ? .'st td! tkeonly kind. We have found, throaghan

.f IftlS. a eat throated, pouched body Iiti tb s South. "Ybu Should Have 1. Blinds Houldi&gs

vtt* bottro Jacket of lace or a* edatot I .0 a'w. -. Je. i. experience extending* over- a. .number off
aDd bish cut body with choker }; I \ lPia'M! i thaV fro' do this for when -AND--
it ,
: ;jaMfJ .. ) you
4tt4' ail payp t
cottar., Xobudy wtB ever rise up to says &N 4etP ioid: \: .. ;Building MateriaI.
that draw W'not lUooWe.. pre- ,LVDDEN *, once. get a customer be will)! slick,.Inowing .
'fWl" It become Ha wearer for)'" U L.TSi 8.r"w 4 CHARLESTON S, C.

fee first bed but 'doty of a weddingAS ; -j Fred Kahn, ...&pr. .that what is done. f or him trill.be done BIGHT, Dt' Largest Factory Soc b.
..... P< P 29 Ea.t Bay Su, Jacksonville,Fla..' : -
Imported utarrtage robe Is' one o ti}-f- and in a manner that_| wilL, be": both, pleasing Send for Prices
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Aettcatv froth to the knroi of small Bilk t'j -14 f'i'; '-and attractive. '. ,

India fioancr and the remainder of :r-i D'r the Hour or,Day.osiY .. : .
tft costnnM .to |In rtry heavy whiteetsps HEW B'lfivcLK .' B3 Dada Gouty Stiie M
i dIP chIne ewbroldctvd In dmtersH is. Tbas; ,
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STKCST nuns 1I"1n Tag..wnb:Ci' West Mm Beach Honda.
satin lWei.'hMt' c
Next Door North of Tropical San Block Andthat's the ,
to coming In a strong feeling much more or a flare makes D--U. I ; : I
whole a more graceful fullness around W. IL MlTCHELt "
sit ...Tlng tw white gown and .
*' L Authorized
Bitty nil to aerie In the great core the bottom. Proprietor. \t Capital $100,060.
away wltboet the aid of jewels cud The fcklrts are just aa loDi sfrout Cheapest after' all Paid
Up Capital $15,090.OFFICIKS
ateaf all slpjs fail thm .to good rea and train lu the back as much-arihey

aw U believe that the bridal jewels at have all summer. They may be diseasebrwdt'in Ch1nese' --r
tbe forthcoming marriage will be one and microbe-rlLt1wrerl;;;but Laundry :

of the most IntervnUng ft-ature of the tltr all that lovely woman goes on bet Even though you might be able to send else. E. N. DIMICK, 'Presides

t tableau. Curiously enough however. way serenely, and her '011'0-trans be* WO KEE. Proprietor. 1 18hirU U. 0, HENDKICKSON Vic+Pittldttt.GEO. >

> the Jeweb ere being used" at the expsase hind her .. 1 ,,:T waert for your\ Stationery a&d save possibly L. BHAHHIMB Cashier, Eo.
k of .the, traditional, orange blue.Toms .. Most shoulders of the long coats bare very -.,....., '. ......., ....... ..;.... .. ion I II Iw :i.- a few" ;,cents Olt an order amounting several .J
that bate drifted almost out of sloping with the sleeves cut OfBee Hours From 9 a.m. to a a.CoitocUvupromyUjrcmltUd .
I. .OpeaFl'oa ..... ... ...... 2rur2 'w p,
Stfbt. Tbne.' when wornat all apfev mODe piece with the'body of the ga> tkUart,.............. ..............._...... tNvu dollars, remember that time is consumed and
', .) a tiny breast knot or inconaficwM ment AU the collars, whether of'far ifs ..... ,..............................;ttie i Ii j. General BacklcgBcslnissTtalisac sd
tort oo the shoulder. velvet; satin or silk, are soft and:'fnlp' Ladies'Shtrt WaIItI. ......_.............15.FU :>. delays occasioned in doing_ so, and that if on day.1
Tbe brides of the day wear lace veils falling in crushed Jabot from the peck. I ] receipt. Drifts bought aid sold oa the ..... 1

tf taey art procuratie. and. lacking In tact, this softness and fllmslaesa. :JT.cLA88 WOKK 'GUA !lTU f.ti- these. tovtiy. 'vril*, of the finest lilt are new featares of the comtnf 1eU a.' '
"will net with*large lace figures Everythlng-the cloths the silks;;:,th:-'' Banyan se- 8b.WEST- P:i' rs.A'1:1\; \.. ;. : j less trouble in getting them recti&el. i
satlcs-Is just as flimsy as It can be.'Ts'
Mil wreaths Id Into the mean and .. r
Mrntiag, the border, are preferred.VCcataB rustle Is to be out of the fashion.;', To I 4 Anadvertisement 1
be that Is to be out of the world. Tbew

; are no stiff taffetas either for. lining .ck The,Sun, .Guarantees .

or petticoats. The woman who rustles '

la either wearing old gown pr to not SUBSCRIBEFOR Satisfaction! -\ .; ,

r up with the styles.. AU the new gowne .s. t .
are lined with oriental satlas tattetu, I. -
c 4 moossellue and all the.newest weavesof t in t i-
soft finished silks. and is right here at home where it stands
Brown tan and pastel .shade iu. I; r '
mentioned as being the muslin. favor .. I'- -* -, ready at all times and under all circumstancesto THE SUNwill t

this, coming .winter though there, are .
.i : letter. It I
: fulfill its contracts to the you .
some reds and p few bhiea;_ 'x< w p ,

Fringe U the very latest lojiorelttea ; are not satisfied with work you may have "
and-willbe, the rage this winter;", ii

win be made to order to colors tojaat .> : ;: gotten elsewhere and: wish a change in the .#.q.
the gown and will be used profusely.' ... ., : : ..
One of 'the simplest yet smartest cow_ ; l' style or'grade your Stationery,., bring results '

shown "to tile wrtter was a costume of .< .
shepherd's plaid to a bloe.aad.whlte I'0,1" 'yo. -. e
r check The lower skirt was devoid of j : ;Send in a trial order and will
any trimming but flared colalderaWy.. :.
The overskirt wu a long pointed a/ for need r
you may
? fair fitting like a glove over.the,hip THE SUN. "
r c and finished at tbe bottom by all_ bring 'em quick.

Inch woolen -frtnv..-.- e\t-. the same .....-...... I, win t
the office or counting room-Letter Beads, I
'L >> UTU AKO lJlt'Tbey I tags U the gown ..

are one and aU draped off'-the .. Note Heads, Statements, Tags, Envelopes, Just try it. '
Faala..'. ,
tee and fall from a coronet shapedAttention Echoes.Alpaca W. R:MITCHELL, .r '. '
In the hair straight out to Is to make morning gowns to Cards, Bill Heads Bills of Lading, Counter
tW Up of the extenalTe train. A Part-' an colon from light to dark. This Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Bar .. I. "

It start Utk rvecntly WM married( hi"a hardy annual'is never tong onttot, Ca tress Sewed and Repaired.QnVoftown Fads, Circulars Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pamphlets ,

tsar nil: Into which nVnrs-de4is: with TOT, for It is an evergreen for wear, customers :will I receive, GEO. H. MALTBY -
resisting dirt and emerging ecatnteiB! or, it faC"anytllfng t.b'ayou may want ,
aUrer threads were 0'\\ and It will promt attention. Shop on Olive Street .
from every ordeal. next door aorta of TtOMCix SON : -- JUEX IN-
a tot be a aarprUe to tee these silvery Band in the line of PRINTING-
tens Best winter IB New York where Many.of'the: new dresses nam: 'ta In,.. 8-re .
eterj good ftkbtoo feta a trial oa IU lien distinct;.fjjom: ,the 'freAt Iot-?Jto*1 I I : Household FurnitureFuneral : 1

writs, saIl the New York dun from skirt.or simulated by trtmmlaf. Ti fare + I Office .

wbkb tbwe Items and mustittlons of poIn\e4"OIoval.wS'.reaeb.a1meII. Brekford Bros And we will .,'., : : "
...\,; bridal tosdes .... Ik'aIk'CI. to the hem.of the drew,* J

Fur collars for'the cons;s taes) ,. .
AH btock>nsta of tae picture order wU te built Very tan.'aud mftffa.{ lull !. III 1 Estate art {nines* ) Supplies 1

arf being nocb wont by tall and gracei or be amalLaccording to your,'tansy will PALM BEACH,tLA,. please you--sure. '
worn on chains and'"eardi.No ,
Sal wot&co. ant one la of One black SPECIALTY.

ekifi with no less than seven long oatrU more belts of any kind for men Notary Public\ Cottages to Rent v.1;
Paris : '
''I''''atlirra, al princing from one say fashion. They an oofopw

00U. bsjnl. aod kwing ttMnunelfes to, chic. When DO waistcoat la wen,'.w* !5.14? PoattL.....' ,Ipae Ba&IL.North oft West Palm .Peach Fla. '

.pafgsl! tact bdw&ndcrawa. jacket Is buttood up. .. ,


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Dress Goods Heady 1 '
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ProfitHoise' 'T'Made Skirts, Underwear, Shirt Proportion of Gold and-Sil'er Id ,Oar general in Cuba are doing all, Grievous Burden- on Industriesof

-_>> tBURKHARDTS-- Waists Hosiery and Shoes. the'Wtirld... >" they CM 'to force the natives into another -

1 Dry Goods. Men's Furnish'gs .II: rebellion They save made regulations White Men.

ia regard to the private conduct

,! ,_ READY HADE MOSQUITO CANOPIES_ RATIO ABOUT. .BHTEES TO' OIL. of would the people that no for American citizen HAHDIOAPPED.-' BY GOLD 8TASDAU... ..

jsr -- I countenance an instant They
1 1JMM have established a Puritan Sabbath.
F : ; Pr.4eetlea ...napa Afcaal'ta ;
iav.interfered with Sunday pleasuresand !..* t*. Silver tstac Orleatal c....
,. teM.. ?fUtl.. *_rrUcl>>U CpaaWbi.b pastimes to which the people have }
I trieD Pr at at la Ezpes. *f tap
October 19, 1899. tM c....*.. Law Cwirai been aGeld
accustomed for 800 ail
,, ta. Relatlr'Talae the Bet..l...
Agaia 8oratijaf Mature Ita BiueaTkf have so far to tell the .
/ Harvest gone as laboring Powerful Eaoaara t. Mala
... Home I Forth Her .. + .C.4aaa ".rktLY.I.. ;, _..
InctetJIB. how dress
people they must and how tales BlaelaJlUia. z
1, a l aid likr.tlrsa.New Gouts araeoutacUjr arriving. Chandler in a recent letter that the aggregate 'The Cubans are a free people by the taemor-
able letter to the late-Richard P i&tnd.
stocks of gold and silver show
Wheat Hearts I A ".w aid lavlziiraUnir Bn>.kfa t Food to build solemn declaration of the AUlerlcaDeoDgl'
|UtM. 1 proportion of, about U)$ pounds, of said x
<| Muscle IB tbe crowing Infant and fin tat
M m Ota aad eaorxjr Ui t fc-....u.w lav""" Sib pmrk* .,?..,...__1 lie.Heinz' .. ,... tb. latter to oar of the former,while lll these generals eaT they Your entire financial difficulty ia I.thLJ ia

'.:. ,. the ratio of annual production ia about must deliver up their arms that they You cannot maintain aafficUat
Sweet Pickles I /1p a.d Craach ItfY se.t cad .. ., tenet render themselves entirely defel1llel -
plearerN to the Per qL..20c. II to 1. are highly! aignificant Gold Balance of exports over imports to pay
:.', .. tad silver hate been the workTa two -. and must exchange their which
\ 800000000. require to
Heinz' India Rellsh_ ._ .. ... .. peat money mettle for the last' 8.000 riflea! for the portion of the 3000.000 yea
_. . .. __._.85c.It .Give' r meet (1) the interest on yonr foreign
j ir 4.000 yean, and that the total stock: that each U to receive! A free people
a delirlotulf apurlUIac roaUlmrnt that make one Ire tbat .., loans; (2) the enormous expenditure of
Hie U worth II,,11I1It.If tmljr to eat. a the former of money should be ao who are not permitted to bear arms for
nearly equal at ratio of your toarista and residents in Europe
an average their owu defense something new UDder -
L. W. BURKHARDT flnt GrOceriel boat taU I.. to say the leant, remarkable the BUn One Cuban regiment of ((8)), the freights you pay to British

It ia equally ao at this stage of 800 men has declared they will hips. This is a difficulty not at all conned ,
Store 'PhOM No. a. Residence 'Phone No. 3. the discussion that the annual product American acceptno to your community U U today
as the price of
should be ao close to the ratio of 1ft. money he case of all debtor conimnnitii
their manhood and have disbanded
which U ao -atontly demanded by the In Australia.where 1 was traveling
their organization and home but
friends of silver restoration ia thin gone recently. i found that the trouble u ta,' ,
country Bat while these a.lcideDc. they retain their arms and may use more serious than with yon Our coluiifits '
them later Other soldiers of the better
The. ire worthy of careful consideration and clan there are required to pay nearly .
talking of
are following their '
have a somewhat important bearing example 75.000.000 of interest yearly to En/ ,.-'

alien the question of what ratio we Instead and on tbe loans they have made here
of the
paying soldiers for I
should adopt we must not fall into the they make this payment chittiy by

PATRONIZE THE SUN JOB OFFICEFOR i. nor of ndng them aa basic' argument* their we. are service trying it to looks bribe very them much to>> like lay I I their huge exports of wool The priceof
ID faror of either ratio: If weds ia or. wool having fallen SO per cent
their manhood It that
ler to be consistent we will bare toidTOcate seems by 2.000.000 bales are now required to
.., petty worries and serious our r
a Dew coinage ratio whenever interest instead of 1.000.00(1 The
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK. .. .". generals are trying to force the* people
he ratio of production change This taint, is that Australia the must proa-
Into resistance of
our authority so that
ca constantly Tarying It ia now about there be for porous or paskral communities only a
18 pounds of silver to one pound dgold may a pretense governing few years since has become embarrassed -
them instead of them
allowing to
A very few yean ago it was 19 govern to the last degree. and bat for
themselves Our '
of silver to one of gold and with the greedy-speculators free wool" ia your last tariff bill the
Sun. are looking with anxious at the
passing of the yean it ranged through eyea situation of Australia must by this
iu0i00ismaasaoifjiir/, ........- various means of robbing these people
... various proportions until ,at the flood time have been desperate. These seven
by business and franchisee
tide of California and Australia gold enterprises: public debtor Australian colonial art fiuaucialy -
and have resolved that
Layers production it was only four or fire of they they I in tbe same strained condition be-
shall never be allowed to from
diver to ODe of gold Bat the 'French escape cause of the fall of prices that any seven
m AND ;
the thraldom of American combines
PAYSood coining ratio "of 13% was maintained of your once prosperous debtor states .
and trusts The like Pharaoh
I Table Fowls right along, and the market value of of old. has resolved not to let the people are now in: their prospects and yours

be hellion substantially agreed. with and the Cubans will be free are equally engulfed by the increasing!
go. never
kept aa OMOgrcl stock the coinage rata burden of fixed ebu 1 believe that

O"JO... .U Mock .. 0 r A Chance to do Your The principle upon which the coin- and stratum independent or a similar eo long one aa this remains admin in not much later tbe uwst bigoted gold

Tea--,.."$.ed.,...s use|..totter prtoMoatft* Ufa* for year .....* sge law controls the relative value ia Exchange. munoinetalliet will be obliged to recognize -

true. TWesiftht .. the (lest Breeds Pros Upon ApIe..... this Under free coinage no matter power. the diaeaae.

WaIc.4 MM WMMrif...i, a.ki, .11... Md Cfeldea WfiUetts,..Warts.Bnw what the relative production may be.. Since 1873 we have ao legislated ta
,........Ia'c.d..1Lda, w.t. "1A.1I'ot;l01I'ad Death the coins will circulate together at par POLITICAL ECONOMY. depress the price of silver that SOO,-
MtNMq Irate Wee Wk Lp.rW.. .,.......
until the whole of one or the other U 000.000 of Asiatics are able to buy sil
....... t-_ _...--tat...... THE GRIPPING BROS, CO. lakeo: oat 01 the circulation'and applied 'U..ar Prl*.lplea Saaetloaed ver-their silver money-at about half

I.M ......... i .rrWty' Jackaonvilk FU. to some other us*: This will only be .7 Ike Great Writer. price. These hordes of oriental selling
when lOch other .'ue" give to the First-:There ia no such thing as intrinsic their product in Europe for the gold

metal a higher valuation than that value There Is but one kind of sovereign that sovereign DOW suds

fixed upon it by the coinage law The value In economics-viz. purchasing! them back. when exchanged into silver.
wider the departure ia the coinage power twice as many rupee or task or yens ,

THE BARMAN HOUSE Job. ratio from the relative production the Sel'Ood.-AU money, including gold or dollars as wan the cane 20 years ago.

greater would be the probability of one iI"ftat'mODey.. All money is created and meanwhile all the evidence shows

Ia BOW open for Winter Travel. I rl. or the other being ao withdrawn from by law edict. "fiat" of government conclusively tbat tbe value, the purchasing "-

laST OH ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABI.U REST TUE MARKET AFFORDS money use and otherwise employed. If. Third.:-Demand and supply make i power of the Indian rupee. of i

-BaUul 1. Coa..Uo.ILIt. ..- f.' for example we were to adopt the ratio and control all values. tbe Chinese taeL of the Japanese yf n.'

F RflaauuaNf. Short Ili!dance from the Depot. of 100 to 1 and throw open the mints Fourth.-Cut down the quantity of of the dollar of the Malay peninsula, is

Add,". In. S. E. BARMAN WEST PALM FLA. J to silver at the present ratio j1I production money la circulation one-half (other no whit reduced This is. I believe the
BEACH. no silver would be coined. At the conditions remaining unchanged), and burden too grievous to be borne by the

t4C 1 ratio'of 100 to I It would only be worth prices of wheat cotton and other I. industries of competing white men. although

about 10 cents aa ounce in gold and it things aa a whole will fall one-half 1 the press of the great "creditor

TRAVELERS I. woretTthree ticjw; that prise fqi aac or;l'iltDftbte the quantity of money 1 nation." England: and equally of the

in the arts On the otter bail ff we ta etrurtatioa ether conditions remaining great creditor state. New York tvrtis!

shtttU peevUe for the coinage of the 'nnefcaBgedV and price of the peo In objections to this the evident nj .

MANAGEMENT,- two metab at the ratio of 1 to 1. na ple's products will double rational explanation uf year preet.nl

It.-' gold would be coined. Thai ratio would Sixth.-DcmHe other forma of property troubles.

ct .I r FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla. ViorkThe only give gold a valuation of fl.W ao without increasing the quantity An to whether by going to free coinage -
>< .- - at of money in circulation and price of
ounce in silver which rate it wcnld your great community can maintain -
r' Electric LUHta Rteetric Hell. lUtfa. Complete Service.i all .be taken o into the arts, even it if the people's products will fall one-half steady exchanges everywhere at 1

could not be coined in other countries.RcaaklleaB Seventh -There ia no such thing in to 18 between gold and silver I au not ,
The Beet
i. $9.00 per day Hotel in Florida. reality as "50 cent dollars. It ia not going to dogmatize At the BrnetelH

Tate err M the&:.... IMput sad a.k the_I... toetopat tbs Trlfclcn. t.eyyA ..IIU... Her***. the value of the material a dollar is conference 1 found much difference of
made of that controls its valne as money opinion Mr Herman Schmidt wbytw
Alas and alas the hope. of Kansas
It ia the fact that it ia a dollar and ia knowledge of exchange problems entitles
Republicans are all blasted. General
legal tender that gives it its value aa bis opinion to believes that
Fred Fnnaton don't want to be governor respect
The grand old party can't elect money yon can Mr DrenfelL on the other
r .. Eighth.-Tbe men who have HO much hand thought some small gold premium
anybody else, and therefore there ia
CbEfi 0. STROBE, weeping and wailing among the faith to lilY about AO vent dollars are daily in New York probably. M Raffalovitch!

ful General Fnnaton ia alenalble'man.. passing them right now for 100 cent and M FongureL two eminent economists

..Ill OKAUa IN and heVonld rather be I hero than a thus proving their own statements untrue inclined to the view that such

" poUtlcl D. He la grand in the heroic The foregoing elementary principles moderate gold premium. acting as a

and Groceries line, but. he might make a very poor of political economy are sanctioned protective tarifl. the premium falling
Staple Fancy governor Dewey won't ran for president by all tbe great writers on money forl.iOO'yeIiN when yon had a bountiful harvest and
: past and the great moneylenders and in the
Bchley not a Republican andFunatoa large exports rising event
Tropical Sun refuses to be used aa a catspaw of Europe today of harvest scarcity and a reduction of
: Grain and all Food Supplies.COUNTRY Anybody can figure out from the
to pall political chestnuts.. The Republican exports-that such an automatic tariffas
.will have to rely for a poetical{ above eight propositions whether we this premium would create is likely

: hero oa Alger, who can run on his beef should restore silver and have "more to be welcome both to your protectionists -
money and kw misery" or not and to free traders and if
PRODUOE record, or oa Sampson; who fights with your ro
. hia jawbone instead of his sword or on GROHQK PBIUITUI8. will obivate the necessity in future for
? Always frith.Ito la stack.Yslr Shatter, who won a great battle while t frequent changes in your tariff a ctn-

iioIldh4._ .- Department lying ia a hammock over another. Get Ready For 1800. stimulation lunch to he desired
" h4euaas township But even these do not exhaust It ia very evident that Hon Marcus For my own part I have always believed .

! the assortment of Republican A, Hanna i is not going to lose anything tbat Lord Aldenbam. then MrGitbs .
) la.
West palm geaob |
I 1st. heroes Otis ia left, the man who rung in politics being overconfident He re- was right when be declared in

the censor department and suppresses members that in 1896 the Republicans his evidence before oar currency com
the dispatcher of Nebraska mothers to carried Ohio by about 50.000 plurality I mission in 1886: that any "first class e

, Prints Letter Heads their soldier sons and seta. cunning traps and yet tbe very next year it requiredthe nation' but especially America_ con Id
to catch Agniaaldo. Be has not yet moat tremendous exertion coupled go safely to free coinage Mr Uibbol

Note Be&4I aupprraacd the Nebraska women nor with financiering upon a large scale. la. aa yon are aware one of our "mer
I Boarding at Reasonable Rates. baa be caught Aguinaldo bat when be to obtain for him a bare majority of chant princes a man whore whole

StateaeaUBaabeafCardi oaaeeatiw mothers sobs convicted of one in the legislature. Marcus may not life baa been spent in trading with every
MRr. KVANS II prepared to accommodate boarders at her alga treason and bring Aggie back be a statesman but neither ia be a fool part of the world and to whom exchange

t with him iaaa iron cage he will baa He knows that the silver men lost the complications are as familiar aa
will kuvi beafditf boaM OB CleoitU Ave. close to F E.C.Bj. depot
Bill Heads bero not to be aaeeoed at and night recent election mply because eo many the points of the compass to a mariner

CALL on He* WE RITM AID ROOYL .... win a victory ia some township where of them staid at home. and that it II Who is in a position to ridicule loch \
And all kind of FlaeSUtlaa ry IU the voters an for sale.-Honooa- not ao easy to keep men away from tbe an authority aa this Certainly not the

i __ polls when a presidential election is on ordinary editors of daily papers who
foraiatTfc r We are not surprised therefore to learn yet continue to call tbat "free silver

BUDDED TREES Are You Supplied ? A.ar*.tatl** .f 614. that he intends to begin for 1900 at which Lord Aldennain. declared practicable -

The demonetisation of silver would once Just what he is going to do we a "crazeDrs.rrers

I --RAISED ON- naturally cause a fall of prices operated don't know but he ia going to begin

l as a limitation the money supply and we do know that he will not do Oat For Reveage.

:i .SPRUCE PINE RIDGE... Give us a Trial Order Prior to that time both silver and gold anything that is good We also know It is estimated tbat the trusts by .
: had been freely coined in Europe and that we must begin too. We cannot their consolidation of interest ant
I WiW Lentos Gad Sour Ortega stock Mao full Hoe TROPICAL FRUIT and America Suddenly the mints were pursue exactly tbe same methods that redaction uf expenses have already

I OBXAWENTAL sear JOHN B. BEACH West Palm Beach, Fla. closed to silver and nothing bat gold he can Wall street will not respond tour thrown 8.10.000 vummercidl travelers

wu coined So much gold was being I calls Whatever we da moat be out of employment and) theu men are

, ... _-__-..4II used in the arts that certainly not more I through! the mites of the people. Edn preparing to fight the combinations in .

And We Will than one-half and probably not more cation is the weapon upon which we tbe only way pouible. through politics.

II- B. M. POTTER than one-third of the annual productof I must chiefly rely That number of sach energetic and re-

the mines wan left for monetary use .. sonrttfnl workers as the majority of oil

Thus the supply of money wee limited Grera GaKe'a Lamr De'..... traveling! men are IHM body to I*feared

while the supply of other things,,,con One main point in Mr Uage's lame I and their influence? Certain to U felt
r -DIALER IM- I tinned to increase Theretofore the only defense of the civil service treachery i is in tha coming campaign -Philadelphia "

Please You... conclusively standard countries bad that it is "not intended" to take advantage Ledger'

been Oreat Britain and Portugal. with of all the loopholes and gaps i
SBria.ald Rliea Veraai ilia. ..
;. Hay Grain Feed Fertilizers about 50.000.000 of people When the the order makes in the mien Why. E I
Even m Cuba with
I onr eiperieurf
mints of Germany; the United States then were tbe opportunities given if
I the antiquated Springfield baa not
,. nod th. Latin union were cloned to silver they are cut to be improved! Really !
NOr LUll THAN SACaVLOTa.) ;,$, waked Al:;er from his lethargy Oar
nearly 200000.000 more people began they are already in use Several removals : J
Volnnteeru are sent 7.000 uiilt to -
to pot forth a demand :exclusively & and substitutions have taken -
a half savage foe with that .
for gold that had previonaly been divided place in the east since the order was gnus
for Cub Tiras Strictly Cash.f between' and silver The that put them at tbe mercy of the enemy.
CleM Priut gold result published go upon party grounds Tbe Filipinos without a guvernwlDt..
I was a sharp rUe in the value of purely Mr Gage may be very "inno- -c'1
and in comparison with this .
Si gold-that is, its purchasing power increased cent" himself, but he ought net take practically witbont fond, can country secnrtMaOdern .
It took of other to Platt Hanna and the rest of that ilk
_. 'LOCt. mere as .
West Palm Beach Fla that carry i.tWO yard. while'
"ufiwaFi f'i son ts i g91t Ikpot. ,. buy a given amount of gold In short being political babea in the woods. onr toldiera are handicapped by arms I

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& to stay. Soon they will be coiisghy Ai of PLANT'S WILL IS A QUEER ONE. ."' ''' .... .
wmI Ft.P: 1 POX Jewels '
the score, and unless some enterprising ': ( -., : ANNOUNCEMENTS :$

4 capitalist will.ereC frame cottages they. ; They are, to be sure.' :Renember -. Th. Estate \VU1"Rern&la Intact forty
will have to sleep on the ground or lue A J t, .111' that my place;is Six: Year, ....... ......:'...,... .. ...

in canvas, tents same as last winter.. We '. ft :r''t t '
: 4( 'j* 3 FLORIDA HEADQUARTERS For Town Clerk.
neid dozen at once to accommodate : T
a cotUges
| I The Plants, mother and have
i i. t 4- f -roa- { son,
would-be settlers.
IL '-. -h Fine SilverTable.WareWatthesBnth. 139,000 a year apiece and it is not SLanting on my record as Clerk for

The citrus fruit trees recency) budded t ', .v) S I ;;daS,land Wedding Gift. Watches enough. So the will of the late Florida nearly a year past I hereby announcemy -

by R. II. Rosseau are doing nicely.and I -= and Clocks -- magnate .mulU-millionaire willbe candidacy! for re-election to the position

'. making a rapid growth showing.tbatM: I smashed if unlimited money and the and solicit the support and suffrage .

understands his business. : : Rt j J. RILES, best lawyers.,that,money will hire can royjriends at the Town Caw**

Four car loads of lumber were side ( I-. THE JEWKLPB, accomplish_ it, says the New York Worldof lorthe_ nomination of municipal offices. ,
tracked here during the week and sLid Saturday. GEO. S. Aruus. '

it doesn't come fast enough much to -:: JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. i&:;Henry: Bradley Plant died at his resi- -

I the disgust of our carpenters and build I I A' dante, No 586 Fift Avenue very suddenly For Town Clerk. ( >

ers. Why U this thus? O ()! 'I\W\ : ," few: 'stripes and many: stripes. Godis on June 23d last He was nearly --.....
80 old but attended to business As a property-owner tax payer and
Fifteen tons of furniture and household .... just:and good. years up
< citizen of this town for several
to the day before his death. When he year i'
goods we're delivered her thi The effect of the sermon. Felix trem.
.At tfc IfMt Siito CMMca4iMl Ohvreh, died all the railway and steamship interests past I have been requested by many
put week, about nine tons-ten big( b.edand said : "Go thy way for this
: ;u1L9 n.ad : ,..luigOciebsr, DiE and much of the business of of my friends to become. candidate for .
two-horse loads-of which, includingtwo time; when I hue a more convenient express
pianos. were' transferred to 'the season f. wilt call for yon;" History Florida and the SoutherenAtlantic coast the Town Clerkship. hereby ananaej. it
Her. S.ft'>\q ,srqicjjedjo .. largecoogregatioa were in'hjs control. my candidacy for that position. promise U
Bartrara residence" : Looks as thoughwe don't tejl us that the convenient season
jut .Sqstlay, aight. ft9u1 faithful attention and best effort to j
The multi-millionaire left estate of
: an
were to have a musical time of U ever, catae., He died as he lived., a cermet. ;: It Itmy
i the text I the performance of all duties connected i
;. .. this winter. .. -': wicked man. II: 7,000,000'tied up in the queerest will : .. a _
- I ,'And,u he reasoned of nghteousDess, -- that the courts of Connecticut where it therewith and solicit the support of au
K. O. T. M. review next Suda temperance tad jwlcDn&.ta"come.feU : 'ye.bave: the present moment-no I who consider and entitled .
1fl'Lcon VISITORS was probated, called to me competent
were ever
night, the 2 ut inst. A large attendance., ; tremWed and.aoswtied; .'Go thy more.. We blame the Indian that gives upon and
-- is desired. u. way this time; when have a.more cooventent : the rich lands of his ancestors for the settle. In a word it left the entire $7,0IJ00-: i to.their.suffrage support.. .

sas!! .I 2 will! se d Jor thee.' beads and cloth of the while man. We boo to the putative son of the 6-year-old Very respectfully ...

.. Hall Bros., accompanied by a friend History, both sa4 and.. 8eC\lt..r.fur. are guilty 'of more consummate follywe son of Mortimer Plant, son of Henry B. A.B.OTWIU. 4

BOYNTON BREEZES. Junes A. Bump Esq.of Ho tson, N. Y., $bei'ns with some .thrilling.examples sell our souls for the gold and glitter : Plant. That is, the estate would be undivided -

returned last Tuesday! to resume' workin ', c{moral heroism., Moses relinquishing of We.that cannot satisfy us. The men until! his_ unborn grandson For Marshal And Collector

--s.S their gardens for the season. the honors, wealth awl pleasures of a tithe Bible that were almost, persuaded became of age. Even then, his 6-year-
t'IIe ... rwrri.p.endrt'" ( ..llM-li.. .>! I hereby announce candidacy for
The (leer in the vicinity of Boyntoa great: "ODlrc" Elijah' standing on to decide religiously neter ck. old grandson would have to live to man's my
*..., *. .. ",....., liar NrlfhbunThere seem to bear a charmed life. Four more Mount CarmersurroumJeij' by Idolatrouicrtontrymen | Now u time. caipe ty estate, marry and have a son to fulfill the re-ekction to the position of Marshaland
.... your Deci4tnght.
11.11 .f I'. of our hunters(?)' poured volley of .andthf propheu J of Baal} .. conditions of.the will Figuring that no Collector, pr mining the same faith

bullets from their rapid-firing guns at Jiiiiic BflpfHdarjng.to .rebuke. King son would be born .to the xrandsoq for ful attention to the duties'aD4 respond

art thte new dudes in town. close-ran ft. after one of the'timid 'creatures Herod'; Lmher at! ,the i Diet of Wons<; :: ol" For A florida Winter.InhaKitan twenty-five years;yet,:the estate would bilitieg that,I have endeavored to give \

I/inks thoiigh Boyntou wvM baseS last Monday, without impeding- ..iti. Jhe,three I Hebrew children Daniel, andqianjothers. '."'.. nM.. ..... .-. *.K.. fincV rvnco II....... uot fall to the unborn child for forty-six the position in the pasts D.n9 t' ,"'....... t
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first ttaM ord llta In the near futw*. progress. The "Deacon" confesses: tHat ._ But no character-of history :1t1lJ..tIf years. 'M S '
muskrat and the
notou'al"w office ha tn-en made I he haltn't seen a d-e-a-r at close quartersince t stands o.t more prominently than The widow and her son, Mortimer; : I t
all that shall
left four and >> of the Gen les. agree we bave a typical were thunderstruck at the provisions of contrast between
..... OIdr ll"i\.e. : be Chicago years ago Paul, thejtreat Apostle' be c bite a the exterior
Let and
the close prorimity to the charming Born it'Tarfu4edocatediD the best Florida winter. us glad pre. the will.! They had always been on the and interior of some. The Catholic ft j

: Fred S. IVrwey wu in town on busi. creature caused him to tremble .0 he schools oiji.natjte city, .sent to'.Jerusalem pare for it It will be somewhaf a best terms with Mr. PlaLt and had been ligiou'pred'Jtninales and \ was greatly: j \

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vt Chju was home on a bit over before you go out again, Prank. feet of'.on.of the gte teA.the.Qk>giana of unless we brace our feel 4rn'X *f d te theirs, as walter, of course. race being members of that church a* -:'
1ntl to the heart.. There is need
BuDd.,. %, -..- hij dsy-r-ie unendered l a, brilliantcactp no ")1) mother" declared Mortimer in the United. States tbey generally be ;

Tom Karnrst was bre shaking bands She was boniblv burned by gasoline be an apostle of a sect that wag f to who becoipe has already as frisky made as the his fox-squirrel mind that Plant, "expected$t.ooooooas her share; long to the Methodist or Baptist faith a.

with hi* friends lnt Sunday.Cbaa. Get Kiltyre. Save your goods: and etJ"bef' 'spoken against. For over up I while I understood that I was to inheritthe and if af en ding church.teglllarl1 will |

II. Muller, of Pelray, w&iln friends. Jt is king of fire. AtIPNRR& thirtyHhree years;from'the time he was nu ; nutswill, have to be collected against bulk ot the property." .. enhance their chances for a future reward 1

-: tow lot Sunday, the guest of E. L. SON.Boycotting con'erte4, .outside'. :Ui.,., c\ty\ ..gates ofPamascns'nnlil a possible snow this winter anywhere in But, instead, of this, smother and son they will not be left when Gabriel f
-- -- Florida The word has forth
burton. he felt the keen.edge ofthbCsdflp'aaacuI'cro's gone so each inherited: an allowance of $30.000 a sounds his trumpet on thejast day. lathe .
the Local Printer that quail and squirrel are even now
\ .prison, year for which a special trust fund was churches there is no racedUUnctloq, '! .
Fretdlund' Bros. after a few days .
coming .ahead of.their enemy, the .
Pan dJ4$ not waver.. it was" glorious created under the will. This limitedsum except that the whites occupy one side
returned to Palm\ i iherJ"c'iife
rusticating Several of our exchanges! are mooting tourist,to learn the ranges before being '
and a triumphant. death. so cramped both of them, that on it of the building and the colored lie
Beach to ....ume work on the Royal the question as to the whies and where --- ;- bunted.! The deer are trooping across
ended' in they have based grounds for their contention other. It was an unusual sight to me
ruinriant. fores in relation to local merchants, has. ,Paul was. appre Jerusalem ."the. Florida line for safety and our that
of the'Chr tian the late Henry B. Plant was to see quite a number of policemen
A pVaiant letter received from Dr.UcLeay ious men and institutions of learning about the. year,60. \ | :: .era, ,woods will be full of meat before.the of ,

announce his safe arrival atrurt persisting in sending away for their job rescued trpm awpbwhQweTe.. .. : abou, '.to end of October., incapable making a will. march in a body to the, Episcopal
e.Rp'm The property includes thirteen church all I presume ben. members.
Huron Mkh., on the ijt inst.He priming stationery; etc. It is a' tact put him tip deajb% hy.Lysias, t \1 < The vf ater has been so low that otters
and nine
railway steamship lines There are sixty on the police force bere
officer corflt andii the garrison Jesalethtakjnintathe.cutle ,'.
frnrt enough to remind him of the early' work can be executed: in Jhia after' their families; their haunts were hotels in Florida and
-. tbe Tropics. Mr. few arrests the citizens t
t<:ction. He'was sent to Ceasarea, very made u
approach of,Old Butea State as can be done elsewhere, but a hot wet enough for boats an1 never dryenough
i Plant was the pioueer capitalistand both white and f
the residence: of the Governor.Felix ,colored an a
Oliver \\'ani.g l. now living in tbe slight difference in cost at the expense Drnsilla desired'to hear \. for other tra\el ; they found did more to develop the Peninsula peaceable people. The 'policemen are '
his wife
of is the inducement offered to and plenty of the mud they like best. There -
>ackus b &ie recently completed l>, quality State 'than T (
] the fsimous! .Jewish, ptatbe'9ad sent any man -Tampa i paid $25 a month and board and la
home establishments enjoying no heavy rains to drowt young
kowley Bm*., with young Edward.Mrs. boycott for .PauC'We" the A i uU' |n. the were Tribune. i case one has a family be has a home \
andi"lp' h4ve4 ,
good reputations for reliability I quail, so that Bob White brought out all i ... '
W. II. Cos h. been quite wriousU verses seete4 fqrjje free of rent !
1'itt., his the of discretion
- Il ill tl. put ..cck. but we are .--r----< ", '- .children age except NASSAU.The With best wishes for Ocala's future I ;
It is indeed a lamentable commentarj t First, we notice Vial reasoned It those seized as toll by the skunksor x (
Wat that the U now improving.
glad to am
upon the relations of the business Penof << "PI: Paul's method ;to' appeal to!the swallowed by the vultures. Even onjhe
() iI Vadaline.. N. Y.. : "Man Without a Country" WrtieiAboul A MAN WlHODT A CODNTtr.
Mi.W N r ; hlir 'ChrUtlanlty
: avdeace|
a community or section anlSi. thlt (jaaoajoT' ; ; St. Johns prairies their whistles
arrived lad Tbuisday night and will! ''' \ -l, ] the Hotel, thurchr, Etc., -Nassau Cor. in Ocala Banner September
if not bJM eier.aopealed; to. 'the Veaiohlng: DQw'n1l'en the morning breezes while
priuterthatalatgeper.cent. aUi
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thi winter btre.with her husband l'"J""C ID tueAlthough.the ah&w. ,. 17th 1899. -
I spend householdduties of the lormei's patronage has: to be "denied ''powers o(, : :., tDS |4*.cowboys have done so well with -- .- _. .-

Incidretul to supvrmlend the latter and accorded a-foreign reWG., cgtix'-: W ,, uirW, ihctfjcattle} that they are not looking for .Colonial -Hotel, is an -
the cook rest. Their
give: of few to giYe'.e ?; fw.tbje Removal,
4 musician concern for.the sake saving a I y..wu.xtQ sma1tgme. ef immense structure, measuring 504 feet
I dsnxhtrr, an accmuplUhed the transaction. 'fsit that ,we i have: embraced: Chrtai. < ur'friends witenstbat -I'
_..11.., Ln_ ,.(_,_.._.. ._<<., tti._._. h.Ji.ta". paltry pennies. In :the/ .. _a ,,',_.1 ___.._.,._, ? turkeys are east and west and 263 feet north and We have, movml.. in th. .KPIB.. Plma
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- JS two are similarly identified with the vanity is not a ising w 'DilDU' vrcuzisy unusually.plenty from Taylor county to south-but not occupying all this space, Hotel where we hope to meet all oar eld

S B. Vin'njc, ot Bu.hutll, this State. to,,'n in which they reside-they are citizens We are to prove. n things and we are Breyardf InTlhefccyprsseA along\ : Penui- as there are open places-work has pro patrons and many new ones.

spent Tu.'l4) tu towu looking! over our i they are tax payers and share to.holdfast to that whicliLood.i wah! creek. on the borders of Jane Green gressed very rapidly on it, considering G. W. IDEa & Son,Jewelers
I&misilia irwof )locating. He .,.u There is nooppbsitipn.between science ist door South of post office.Important .
alike! in the common prosperity or ad'iverh swamp and along the'edges of the Blue! the number of mechanics employed.

well (>U .tid with the outlook aud isfetKOiatmc t}. of the locality in whice they and,"Chris aUlty. A man. told me he i Cypres swamp they fly out at sunrise The main building is all plasteted with --1'- -,

for laud lie .ays this i is daily battle for bread. To obviate the did not believe, the.Bjble: ,,because,j\said, with the noise of a coming train of cars the exception of one floor, and half the Notke.

-- I the tnOkt bu.tih.l.put he has yet foun l lOn prevalence the last named condition a God made the.earth $,opo.years ago. If The sweetening acorns are fattening the finish has been put on. We can now Business .. who

the K ai\ Coast, and thinks our fine policy of reciprocity should be adopted the Bibl .M 4 that I .would ,not believe foxisquirrels for the tourist till the pine defy the storms if window blinds concerns persons may
maybe have entered into with
7 land especially adopted. for aU kinds offrttlU by them, that is to say, tradiug'"ith it. the earth is older than. that. The mast is.ready and the huntsman or in considered a'protection, as they are one Z. G. Dunn torn arrangement aivenisement ina

That1. what they all say each other, thereby fostering and keep Bible say that "In the beginning God vestor who misses Florida ibis will
all in pi ice;,and they have enhanced' proposed book to be called "The
)I". S IV Merrill anti children came iug alive byrne industries.The made<< Jhe heavens and the earth." When lose a pleasure' out of his life for wItbaon I the much when
appearance so we contrast pers and Receivers .Guide. should send
:: frrm ).I ,,cotto FU, by tnuttW Monday printer shouldn't purchase any. was th e beginning?' If you want .millions 9nt cannot be made. The fish them with the screens that former. to Mr. J. P. iieckwith._ Traffic Manager .

nifcht to ji.1a i her husband who came thing abroad he can possibly procure at of ye ar!{| you: C4U" ) v!,Uj; or bit* ajeJlaneiDg around our coasts as if there ly occupied their places. With the work Florida East Coast Railway, St. Augustine -

oveilaud by team several weeks ago. home, even at an advanced figure, likewise lions., Tacoi, \ 1 c/;:'Mos s' teq weredanger in the gieat deep for them ; advanced as it now is, it is going to require Pta., their contract with Dunn anda

After an eite *lcit tour over the State those who have need of the prod with;theae. .de4U<;\;C'lr' 'of ;llle e1 if tbe.htts are reducing the supply in great efforts on the part of thosein of the advertisment which was to
copy ,
: they gladly Munedto their first love ucts of the jub printing office should see All other .cojspqggiuw Me .lIl\erUe&D oar riers; and lakes their ,brethren of charge to complete it and the Royal have been published.

'i tSII1V ftintinrnl. that, this is the best .place In__ it._ that___. their_ money_ _.. .ea. to, the___ local_ foolbh b.tliuideof4he Mosaic.. 11". Oftlt.flr& ativLiiia tn'sunnlv I hI'>..t1pfi. ,.:_.__:_ _'-,_'_ ,. _'n __ .1-- _. . -
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I_ f1ottb. print shop rather than into the coffers intelligent I Ciency.The in p'uDds;
I 2 Christianity' spreads among young tarpon changes, by the time the opening season addressed to Mr, Beck with will receive
: Edward K .'f ley. who has been living of some printer outside of the county or people.. Jt haVbuiit'andl (ndpwed; ...nearly. and bays: fed gloriously in July and An- arrives. There is considerable dissatisfaction prompt attention. I
: alone fur suo-e time in their big house State whose interest therein is gauged aU ou '*;If;.. e.f; 'b1.. 1' gost.j.they\ should be like full-blooded manifest among the workmen, J. P. BECKWITH, .

found tht he co-ild not make himself :solely by the amount of his bill. Pant was a practical.preacher.. When roju; ..f ufther south next spring and in and unless there is an advance in wages Traffic Manager, F. E. C. Ry. J

I tt'iquitous tnnugh to fill all Ihe space I.tt's exemplify the sage advice of the he was In the presence of'Felix' he did ihe.ea\ly summer. The young drum quite a number will leave here at the .

with Oliver VaT.I old woman to her sons: "Trade with are all our inlets now in April .1. ,
aDd is now sharing not preach<<; about the sins of'Noah or abcjut ; first opportunity. A planing mill was

ringer flu brother Frank will join him one another and keep the money in the, patriarchs; he,condemned the .sins they willjdQ mpch} |to(draw, the a!tenj set up early in the season and has been Boat building done nght at home, in :...

I litti.I the family."-Palatka Advertiser. of 'Felix., FeBx waYjComipt: i." and he lion of floridians from politics as they run to its full, capacity to get out the ihe manship most and approved at living manner prices., good Call work.on .

I I Miss Ifc.W Eamest with her yonder; .. preached_oi....r- ,.hte" .. lJsJf'ss. That.u. wh...T.i
I L brother, Las retnrutd for the winter. For Sale At Rare Bargains | we want.today i.qertf oas'lijpairis the I\-I to their deep music that raises flooring. A blacksmith shop has beenin j .5.

I I They arc again occupying their cottage: _e_ gautic slits of!:the, Igeliquor...lUg, toe thoughts of the fishermen to dreams full blast also doing the iron work Break the News Gently.

tbc KkiJenee.' Stock of Merchandise, Dry Goo is, oppression of. the.. J jilt Bortb of Royley gambling, poor covetousness' vfn- building keeping .up the
: H Notions Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Fur. One warm winter will new life into Excitement is the of
.' We.waut'religion to put carts and that frequently cause
la.t prepare wagons are employed
and family :
e4 1!. L. lUrtiaut spent uishings, Jewelry, Store Fixtures, etc.
I Thutlday boating ant sight\ seeing on i Reason fur selling, other business deraamU [ theu to live, and not to :die !Men the: orange industry. We have learned hauling:material. Two hoisting engines i strange telegrams, as well a*, of other.

I i Lake Worth, tkcir initiatory trip (.n i __ time. THOMASON*v* _: -.. __&n BROWK._ wli_- who. liVe. .well.... 1.1.,' die..\V. ..'l.. .'..-1uJ tha t 1' e.can i insure.* against. all.*possible. .".". raided all the material from the groundto manifestations.- A man'\. ...who..ba4..beeaoue --
vi7 wen rains ceacn, ria. :freezes investing 50 cents in a" rime of the passengers on a shipwrecked
this beautiful t&ut ul wale. L.4 p 4. riKt ,'t .pqk: py each fioor. There are quite a number
-. control i w..QU'jAPlW$ U4IPViiQ' teni. Toe pineapples have com.? through, ,of plaster of pads ornrments used in dec. vessel was rescued almost by a miracle.On : t.",
hal the north '
_ K L. Ih.r.un ha* varan- 'timi
dah of the Lviuan .tore inclosed, also Retired From Business. We can coainl' oaaelwsjf.ua: otto J th l of difficulty', and are only more orating:the inside as well as the outsideof arriving at a place from which .be
iiecuif, in popular favor ; if yon canlt could send a telegraphic he
the building. These message
"SJlei{ a Lay imU>w, uuViig; a decidedInij'rovtu --- do' it.i SnlHvuj the -pugilist,: c tt ornaments.
; | ul in appearance! fupposebis "No" said the Georgia farmer, "I abstain, from intoxicating* drinks for g4 lntOa| "trust i:on thegound,floor'put all made here by an expert workman in forwarded the following dispatch' to his

ant I1n\.olOuU1rllt will be to have ain't giowiu any cotton in this year of three raonths to win,.a prize fight.. A liifl. .fer thousand pines, and'y..>u can that branch of the business They havea brother : "I am saved. Try to break

:- that bijj bulc bcrur the Mud filial up grace-not a single row of it In fact, man sill keep.lwm RfPCJviu 191'" ne\ laugh v hile the pessimists growl. We very pleasing effect and ,add much to it. to my. wife.-N. Y. Tribune.

and lUtu *t'\U hte him a hamlsouie 11 ain't growiu' much of anything.". in the presenge of .ladiea.i ,We.lack, th.e; bay not be happy, but we, are not suffering the.beauty of the building. Two large .5-
The coal is
th$01u4a. Struck it rich, have you ?" will. Trust, in, Go4.s.y,9r.tlest." : monopoly not freezing : two-story verandahs are yet to be addedto SP.UARE PIANO for sale at a bargain.

: lu beeu "Well, not exactly, but Providence is and you w.il} come .victor every time our finders, and man can bask in the the front A large amount of other Instrument in condition. Inquire at .
11. U- Murray qnite busy
on our u>le, an' the outlook Is hopefuL The. Judgment to come. One of the sunshine! to do his complaining on the jostle work is in contemplation, and SUN OFFICE. s-iS-tf
t with Lit lortc i-l men wiling eu plants coldest day of the year-if he live in
You know I've got seven sons, an"every great problems that confront us in this I with the prospect of losing quite a number --. .
.4 ant tonutncs ou itu Uuvnton 'laitatiou If
Florida, the will
one of 'em is Gghtin' fer. his country at life is that good men and' women suffer Republicans not of the men in the near future, the "The devil doesn't care how long a ""
\ tbis week. much months and bad often make us rich by sending such harvests outlook is not bright Too the
so a men escape punishment very many man prays on Sunday, says Ram's
t ts; ).lrti, ttrit Jasp h-. wme fine earlyii I as they,claim to have divided around in
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*.' "\t: ? and'reversed, [tft1eWsee. ; an flattering higher wagesin Horn, "if he can use him the remaining
n>liVeH IB her garden lag enough for the West, at least, w t need, not.be afraid other places will be the cause of dissemination six days of the week." 'r
"Well, they're all good, steady boys; Aoab, .ort.,tne \& oan, Kiyah under a How many six:
taU unU*it the fira
A Cn* new cattinct. fitted with Yale send half of it home, an' so the familyis life ; a Ieredinthi.palaa.John. the] snow, as they do others every year. Believe unles they take time by the forelock and knows.

t 4 locks. kJL ten plce in our postoffice, gittin' in good circnmstaces, the Bapti-tin the.dungeon; a Nero ;on the in. the oldest inhabitant, the otter make a raise also. But I think the company --. .-

35 qiiMi in appeal ance, if not in site: to Children are drvssiu' well, an' the old throne of' a mighty empire.wearing the and the fox.squirrel-sleep soundly, will be obstinate in this matter, as Just received a full line of new tires at
that Washington, I). C. It was badly work. stjeadily and be as, happy as man the Bicycle Hospital.Free .
lady is ridin of a bicycle an attendin' imperial pnrplej. ;.a' Paul'ln the Mimer. they have been approached on the subject

Beetled 41 will prove a great couve-: missionary i meetin's ; an' as fe{ me, 'I'm tine prison caflflyuto' his old ,cloak 1 1t .deserves to be.-rTimes-Umon 8t:Citizen. i by several and always with the same

.knee in facilitating the dUtrtbution of runnin' fer office an lendin money ,on to keep: him'warm. 'itFisettke Psalm- : se result-no .increase .in pay. I predict son's $25 Bicycle 1 at D. A. Thoma-
store. Successor
the mills Odul0 the floo-l af letters the installment plan: If the boys don't I t'lit to.these.things.. c &.r n't I
UI qu >t. iowa from commission houses gtt kilt out in the Philippines expect to ... There, "IJJ k.g1utj for them shortly.

during the busy scasuu. there is inure own t railroad 'fore the trouble's over. I la Judgment Day when all these apparent.I Notions Stock, of hoesLadies'aud Merchandise, Dry Coods, In changing the subject, I will say. No need sending away from home for
,.. Gents'Furinishings
utl to handle at this of&ie than inaaay Th war has been the greatest blessin mysteries the ,moral government ,&;i Jewelry, Store Futures, etc.- that th, religious denominations are all any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can

towiu seven times the size of that has ever come my way!1" God will be cleared up. We ire judgedfor Reason; for selling, other,business demands represented here, and one is seldom out build want you See one him.as fine and or as cheap as you

: Pjyttnn.Toe ---.. 1 I the deeds:done in the body; we (time. THOMASOX& BROWN, of sight of a church edifice in rambling place your order.A .

,'diti- (of a dow'n !'e during shall Ix j 83' West Palo Beach FlaYou around.
a peo New Blickensderfer Typewriters, the : judged'according,to our light, The majority. these are builtof splendid violin fifteen years in use

-: the l arii ing bgtrnaks very lat in the market, at Potter's .and privvijegesL..He.'th\ ; \|owel is j puncture 'em, we repajr 'em; 3 ou stone and are of Ancient design. in first-class condition, can be bought

and sunurI th m furniture by \/itcn). Call and S< e them. The.II.;Makers willand. dyetb. ftnotshall, break 'em down, we .fix 'em'up-at the There is nothing attractive, or pleasing for $25.00. Instrument guaranteed.

1L u.. cat k*J. hhvws tlut they 4re cuuiiu j bear toe CIVKII' invalidation. 1.bcaka wLan.J1zi1u. Tbtc .arn Bicycle &.ipitaL to the eye on the.exterior, but there is Address "Violia." care Ttoricu 59,

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